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8 Best Online Yarn Stores (2022)

1. KnitPicks

KnitPicks.com

Shipping: They currently ship to addresses in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

The mission of KnitPicks is to provide the very best yarns at the lowest prices. They do this by manufacturing all the yarn by themselves.

Also unlike traditional retail – they are both the middleman and the retailer, which allows them to keep costs low while maintaining high standards.

KnitPicks has a wide variety of yarns from acrylic to hand-dyed sock and silk yarns.

Visit KnitPicks.com.

2. Darn Good Yarn

DarnGoodYarn.com

Shipping: Worldwide

Darn Good Yarn is an online yarn store dedicated to supporting women’s economic empowerment, fair trade practices and principles of environmental sustainability. They offer dozens of reclaimed and sustainable fibers, cloths and yarn, allowing knitters, crocheters, and other crafters access to these rare and special items. In doing so, they hope to encourage the joy of crocheting, knitting, beautiful garments and ethical consumerism.

Visit DarnGoodYarn.com.

3. Hobbii

Hobbii.com

Shipping: Worldwide

Hobbii.com is the one-stop shop for yarn lovers around the world! They have all you need for your next knitting or crocheting project.

The shop is located in beautiful Copenhagen, Denmark where all products are designed and all orders are packed and shipped from.

Similar to KnitPicks they developed products in-house and that’s why they can keep great prices.

Visit Hobbii.com

4. LoveCrafts

LoveCrafts.com

Shipping: They are currently shipping to almost every country in the world.

LoveCrafts has an extensive selection of different yarn brands from affordable to more luxurious ones (cheapest acrylic to cashmere fade sets). In addition, they sell supplies and books.

As the name suggests from their webshop you can find supplies for different crafts (Crochet, Knitting, Cross Stitch & Embroidery, Paper Crafts, Baking, Macrame, Punch Needle and more.)

Visit LoveCrafts.com.

5. Etsy

Etsy.com

Shipping: Worldwide (depending on shop)

Etsy is a global online marketplace, where people come together to make, sell, buy and collect unique items. There’s no Etsy warehouse – just millions of people selling the things they love.

Etsy is the place to buy hand-dyed yarn and other hand-made knitting & crochet supplies such as blockers and stitch markers. You can find there also yarn by bigger yarn brands.

Visit Etsy.com.

6. Knitting for Olive

KnittingForOlive.com

Shipping: Worldwide

Knitting for Olive is a family-run business based in Copenhagen, Denmark. They started by selling knitting patterns for babies and toddlers and later expanded to adult patterns and yarns.

Their vision is to offer high-quality yarns made of pure natural fibres created with respect for both the animals and our environment.

Visit KnittingForOlive.com.

7. Stephen & Penelope

StephenAndPenelope.com

Shipping: Worldwide

Stephen & Penelope is a yarnstore in Amsterdam run by two knitwear designers.

They have their own yarn line West Wool but they sell also yarns by other brands. The yarns in their selection are all very high quality and they also have a great selection of most popular knitting books and supplies as well as knitting kits by Stephen West and other indie designers.

Visit StephenAndPenelope.com.

8. Jimmy Beans Wool

JimmyBeansWool.com

Shipping: Worldwide

Jimmy Beans Wool is 20 years old yarn store physically located in Reno, Nevada. They are the owner of the hand-dyed yarn brand Madelin Tosh.

They have great selection of different yarn brands and also several yarn clubs you can join to get a pattern with yarn delivered to you monthly.

Visit JimmyBeansWool.com.

2 Responses

  1. Superwash wool is made by removing the “scales” from wool in its natural state, with chemicals,so the properties of wool are no longer.
    Can also not be referred to as organic or chemical free.

    1. Hi Marilyn!

      I completely agree. May I ask is there something on my blog that suggests that superwash yarn is eco-friendly? -Ida

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