Where to Find the Best Knitting Supplies

Are you looking for the best places to get knitting supplies? Look no further! Whether you're a beginner or an experienced knitter, there are plenty of great options for finding the perfect tools and materials for your projects. For starters, Knit & Crochet is a great place to shop for all your knitting needs. You can find everything from ESTONE 100 Pieces Colorful Crochet Stitch Markers Locking Tool to other essential supplies. If you're looking for something a bit more ethical, Darn Good Yarn is the perfect choice.

This yarn specialty store ethically sources its products from artisans around the world, particularly in areas where many women face discrimination. Inside the online store, you'll find colorful, hand-woven yarns, as well as project kits with all the supplies you'll need to complete them. Blick Art Supply is another great option for finding knitting supplies. While they primarily sell art supplies, they also offer a selection of sewing and fabric items.

You can find best-selling yarn such as Lily Sugar N' Cream Yarn and lots of fabrics. Unfortunately, they don't have any highly recommended sewing machines for sale, but all hand sewing supplies are available. Michaels is another great place to get everything you need for DIY projects. They offer a wide range of supplies for both sewing and knitting, as well as any other craft that may interest you.

Joann also has a YouTube series called “Craft at Home”, which features a ton of unique crafts along with sewing and weaving projects. If you're looking for something more specialized, Purl Soho is the perfect destination. Based in New York City, they sell all supplies for making hand-woven blankets, sweaters and the like. The site has hundreds of tutorials for all kinds of projects ranging from pagosa pants to masks and other more informative ones such as “how to repair your fabric”.

Finally, Bluprint (formerly known as Craftsy) is a great destination for sewing and knitting tutorials, as well as supplies.

Jane MacDonald
Jane MacDonald

I am of the author and owner of I Love Knitting. I first learned to knit when I was around five years old, and stop doing it when I hit my teens! I than picked it back up when I had my first child, and have since taught all three of my children to knit.

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