Phileas Yarns was born out of two passions - travelling and knitting. Inspired by my journeys and wanders - past or yet to come, I have created a collection of affordable hand dyed yarns focused on colour. Every colour has a story behind it, and there is nothing I like better than to share these with you.
River Knits hand dye British wool yarns in our floating dye studio - a narrowboat. Our yarns range from laceweight, through sock, up to DK in range of colours inspired by our life on the waterways.
We also have a huge selection of mini skeins with 60 colours in total. We also supply knitting needles and stitch markers.
Jill has been dyeing yarn since 2011, first as Knittybots and then later as Sable Yarns. She runs several yarn clubs each year as well as one off boxes and gift boxes. She also writes both knitting and crochet patterns and sells these as pattern only or as kits with yarn included.
Snuggly Stars Yarns provide a range of hand dyed yarns to suit all projects along with crafty items such as patches, patterns, accessories, buttons and notions.
Sonic Knits sell knitting subscription kits, hand dyed yarn and notions, all with a musical theme.
Stitch Solihull will be bringing everything you need to make working with your new yarn a pleasure. Needles and hooks from Knit Pro, Hiya Hiya and Clover plus blocking kits and much more.
Stitch Solihull also run workshops and sell an array of gorgeous yarn from our Midlands based yarn store.
Textile Garden has been selling beautiful buttons, ribbons, shawl pins and other clothing accessories for the past 10 years. I aim to offer top quality, mostly European goods. The majority of my items are made for me, and are not available elsewhere in UK. Finishing your garment or project with the perfect button can certainly make a difference so why compromise?
Vicky the original owner of The Knitting Shed started the company in 2008. After her death in 2014 from breast cancer, husband Paul wanted Vicky’s business to carry on. Now her sisters-in-law Louise and Nicola run it. The Knitting Shed specialises in luxury hand-dyes,
The Knitting Swede is a UK based business focusing on high quality yarns.
When sourcing my yarns I not only look at the quality but I am also careful to choose ethical British suppliers.
My yarns are hand-painted or hand-dyed by myself at home. During the dyeing process, I try to minimize my impact on the environment as well as neutralizing any leftover water.
TLYC is a small independent online yarn store that specializes in gathering gorgeous yarns and accessories together to offer to knitters. Michelle runs TLYC by herself and hand selects all the products offered by the shop.
I hand dye mostly pima cotton yarn and clothing/accessories.
Tight Knit Yarn specializes in hand dyed yarn in solid, semi-solid, dip-dyes and speckles, in both 4 ply and aran weights.
Hand dyed yarns in an array of colour.
Here at Unbelievawool we love colour and hope to find a colour or two for everyone. All yarns are dyed in Dorset using ethically sourced yarns most of which are merino based.
Small batches of beautiful, luxury yarns, hand-painted using watercolour techniques. Available in lace and 4- ply weights in a variety of fibres.
Watercolours and Lace have our own designs for knitted and crocheted shawls, cowls, scarves, hats and mittens. A range of hand-made accessories including crochet kits, fabric bags and stitch markers complement our designs
Wulla is an independent spinner and dyer, producing giant, hand spun, hand dyed 100% wool yarns from our Meta range. Wulla’s big, bright and bold yarn comes with serious attitude!
Wulla will be showcasing innovative new hand spun yarns at Yarningham, as well as a personalized range of jumbo crochet hooks and circular needles.
Yarn Angels consists of best friends Liz and Fiona. Based in Birmingham, their yarn colours are inspired by nature, science fiction and fantasy. Yarn Angels use variety of fibre bases including silk, yak and merino. Yarn weights include lace, 4 ply, DK and Aran.
Yarn Angels especially like sparkly yarn and have developed techniques to provide quality yarns that have been dyed with love.
The Yarn Cafe is a supplier of hand dyed yarns, exclusive patterns, books, magazines and novelties.
Companies stocked include Eden Cottage, The Knitting Goddess, The Fibre Company, Jamiesons, Baa Ram Ewe and our own Heavensphere yarn.
Yarnistry make and sell unique laser cut items for yarn-based activities.
Yarnistry was born when Emma was knitting socks, and muddled up her SSK and K2TOG. So, Emma decided to make some instructional stitch markers to remind her which was which.
Since then Yarnistry has grown and Emma now sells a wide variety of products from stitch markers to yarn themed jewellery.
Yarn Lab produces beautiful hand dyed yarns in North West England.
Lana has a background in textiles and has been dyeing yarn for a couple of years. Lana decided to make Yarn Lab her job rather than her hobby and has been up and running since June 2017.