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Browse our large selection of knitting and crochet yarns from our favourite brands. We carry yarn from all over the world including Peru, New Zealand, Italy, Japan, Norway and Canada. 

  • Briggs & Little

    Briggs and Little Woolen Mills manufactures quality wool knitting yarn in a variety of plys and colors in New Brunswick, Canada.

  • Cascade Yarns

    Since the company started in the late 1980’s, Cascade has grown to become one of North America’s most popular yarn brands. Known for creating high quality yarns at good prices Cascade is a knitter's favourite.

  • Debbie Bliss

    Debbie Bliss has her own yarn line made up of beautiful classics in her signature palette. She is also the most published knitwear designer, with over 35 books, 20 booklets and her own magazine. She was also recently awarded with an MBE in the Queen's 2015 Birthday Honours List for her services to hand knitting and the craft industry.

  • Diamond Luxury

    Diamond Yarns Luxury Collection - a great selection of yarns of the highest quality.
  • Downton Abbey

    If you love the blockbuster Public Television series Downton Abbey, then you’ll love the Downton Abbey® Yarn Collection!

    Designed by fans for fans, each of the four yarns in the collection was inspired by an iconic character from the television show. From texture to color to project patterns, the Downton Abbey® Yarn Collection evokes the romantic mood of England in the early 20th century. 

    Downton™ and Downton Abbey®. ©2016 Carnival Film & Television Limited. All Right Reserved.

  • Drops

    Drops Designs is based in Oslo, Norway. Known for their gorgeous colour palettes, amazingly high quality yarns, and tens of thousands of free patterns. We love Drops!
  • Ella Rae

    Leanne Prouse is one of Australia's top knitwear designers. She has been designing for more than 20 years and has had her own line of yarns for over five years. 

    Before launching the Ella Rae brand, Leanne was the head designer at Jo Sharp yarns. She is known for her simple, classic designs for women, children and the home and has published over 20 books of patterns.

    Please note that in our opinion, while considered (and labelled) as Aran or DK weight, Ella Rae 'Lace Merino' yarns have a dense, springy twist which makes them lighter than a traditional Aran/DK weight. The Aran will generally work up closer to a Worsted, while the DK will generally work up closer to a Sport or Heavy Fingering. If you have any questions/concerns please feel free to contact us. The Seasons, while labelled a Worsted, can definitely be treated as a Chunky due to its fluffy chained texture. 

  • Estelle Yarns

    Estelle Yarn's philosophy is to provide exceptional quality at a reasonable price. Their high quality yarns come in a range of weights and fibers. 

  • Geilsk

    Founded in 2007, Geilsk's yarns combine a sense of humour and whimsy with classic Danish design taste.

    Our favourite Geilsk yarn is their Hamp og Uld, Danish for Hemp and Wool. A lovely earthy texture combined with fun, modern colours - what else is there? It's the perfect choice for a summer sweater.

    In our experience Geilsk Hemp & Wool knits up as a traditional worsted, comparable to the Cascade 220 in weight. 

  • H&W Comfort-Wolle Sock

    H&W Comfort-Wolle Sock


    Self patterning sock yarn in a range of fantastic colours. 

    Sockenwolle Color: 75% Wool, 25% Nylon
    Sockenwolle Cotton Stretch: 45% Wool, 35% Cotton, 13% Nylon, 7% Elite/PBT

    30sts = 4" / 10cm on 2.25 - 3.5mm / US 1 - 4 needles

    1: Fingering, 1: Sock Blends

    459yds / 420m per 100g / 3.5oz

  • Hayfield

    Hayfield yarns are all about bold colors and fun ideas. With a choice of mixes and styles, including some lovely ripples and popping patterns, you'll find inspiration as well as great-value yarn. Includes DK, aran, bulky, and super bulky weights.

  • Illimani Yarns

    After many years in the fashion business, Illimani Yarns decided it was time to focus on the yarn; by applying all of their experience on knits and fine wools to carefully select the very best natural yarns in the world at unbeatable prices.

    Illimani Yarns has worked with thousands of artisans in Bolivia and Peru, many of which have mastered the art of knitting and crocheting. Their mission is to provide the materials and the inspiration to customers to help them create their own artisanal textiles.

  • James C. Brett

    James C. Brett supply knitting yarns and patterns of quality, providing great patterns and premium hand or machine wools in a variety of shades and styles.

  • Juniper Moon Farm

    Nestled in the rolling hills of central Virginia, you'll find Juniper Moon Farm, a place where fine wool sheep and Angora goats produce some of the finest farm yarns in the United States. The flock spends their days grazing on sweet grass and sleeping under the stars.

  • Katia

    Katia has been producing wonderful yarns since starting in Barcelona in the 50's. They are ever evolving and inspiring with their colour palettes and adventurous designs. 
  • Knitting Fever

    Knitting Fever's private label, Luxury Collection yarns live up to the name by offering some of the finest special yarns & blends from around the world. 

  • King Cole

    King Cole has always been a family business, driven by strong traditional values and a dedication to their chosen industry. Established in 1935, King Cole continues to innovate in yarn production, pattern designs, and colour choices.

  • Lana Grossa

    Always something special. This motto has made Lana Grossa the most successful specialist knitting yarn distributor in Germany. Only the best is good enough. That's why Lana Grossa has their yarns produced only by the leading spinning companies of Italy.


  • Lang Yarns

    Since 1867 Lang Yarns has developed and produced yarns for hand knitting. Their hearts beat for beautiful, quality products made from natural fibres.

  • Malabrigo

    Malabrigo is a family-owned yarn company in Uruguay that was founded in 2005. They are recognized worldwide for their magical hand-dyed colourways and scrumptiously soft merino wool bases.


    Mecha is our favourite of their bases - a superwash single-ply merino, it is both beautiful and wearable! A chunky weight with 130yds per skein, we love to use it for mitts, scarves, and hats, where you can show off its gallery-worthy colours.

  • Manos del Uruguay

    Manos del Uruguay is a non-profit social organization which, since 1968, has provided jobs for craftswomen living in Uruguay rural areas.

    Manos del Uruguay craft dyes vibrant, smooth, faded or space dyed colors, which give the yarns an infinity of tones and shades, making the Manos palette something unique, special, and easily recognizable worldwide.

  • Noro

    Noro was founded over forty years ago by Eisaku Noro. The handcrafting yarns in particular are well known for their vivid colors and combinations of diverse fiber types.

    They differ from a number of other manufactured yarns in the industry by having lengthier spans of color in the runs, causing distinctive striping patterns, as well as being partially spun by hand versus being produced completely by machines.

  • Opal Yarns

    Opal Yarns 4-Ply


    Opal is a world-renown company based in Hechingen / Germany. Their entire production (printing, washing, steaming and balling), including sales and marketing, is based in one location, and their wide array of colour lines each have a different inspiration & story. With Opal you get unique colours, patterns, and serious sock longevity!

    75% Superwash Wool, 25% Polyamide

    30sts = 4" / 10cm on 2.0 - 3.0mm needles

    1: Fingering1: Sock Blends

    460yds / 420m per 100g / 3.5oz

  • Palindrome Knits

    Hand-dyed in Kingston, Ontario, each and every skein of Palindrome Knits yarns is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece!

    We are very proud to have paired with this local indie dyer to offer the exclusive, limited edition colour (Traffic) Jam on the 400 for the 4th Annual Lakeside Yarn Crawl. Last year's limited edition Oh Canada! and True North to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary are still available while supplies last.

    Please note that some shades are more difficult than others to photograph accurately. If you have any questions or concerns about colour, please let us know before you order and we will do everything we can to make sure you get the skein(s) that best meet your needs. Every skein is a bit different!


  • Premier Yarns

    Premier Yarns has a proven track record as a leader in the hand knitting and crochet market. They are dedicated to continuing to bring fresh, new, high quality basic and fashion yarns and accessories to their customers throughout North America.

  • Regia Sock Yarns

    Schachenmayr REGIA is a world leading sock wool brand that has been offering high quality expertise in colour and yarn innovations for socks since 1949.

    The yarns even carry a 10 year quality assurance. New collections and design ideas are continually available, including patterns effects that develop as knitted straight from the ball. All of which are inspired by Schachenmayr REGIA´s internationally renowned designers.

    We carry a variety of different lines, including 4ply in 100g and 50g, and 6ply 150g. 

  • Rico Yarns

    Rico Design is a leading wholesaler of arts, hard crafts and textile handicrafts in Europe with approximately 150 employees at its offices in Brakel, Westfalen. Since its founding in 1974 by Franz Jacoby, the product range has continually been expanded with innovative, creative ideas from the in-house atelier.

  • SandnesGarn

    Early in 1888, a group of leaders from Sandnes came together and began planning a yarn factory. The plant would be located near the coastal center of Sandnes.

    SANDNES GARN AS was established under the name of SANDNES ULDVAREFABRIK in 1888, and is one of the oldest factories in Norway that still produce yarn.

  • Sirdar

    In 1880 the original spinning company was established in Ossett by the Harrap brothers, Tom and Henry, originally using only wool fibres. With only a handful of employees, the brothers set out to create a good name for themselves and to produce high quality products. Ten years later the business moved to the site it currently occupies in Alverthorpe, Wakefield.