Ways To Support Crafty Like Granny

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I enjoy creating resources to help you become the best crafter you can be.

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What You Can Do (For No Extra Cost) To Support Me

You can use my affiliate links to any of the following stores to get supplies for your next project if you bookmark this page.

There’s no additional cost to you, and it’s an effortless way to support me!

Fiber Arts & Yarn Supplies


Anything you normally buy is available, from yarn to crochet hooks and knitting needles to stitch markers.

Annie’s Kit Club

Annie's Kit Clubs

Would you like to save yourself the trouble of searching for the right supplies for your next project? Why not have everything you need delivered?

Each month, you get a new project. As a member of their Hook & Needle club, I crocheted the basket with a color-block design to test it out.


Etsy Products

Browse hand-dyed yarns, personalized crochet hooks, and knitting needles, beautiful fiber arts-inspired jewelry, and lots more!

Browsing for gifts made by small-business owners and discovering their products are a few of my favorite things to do!

Furls Crochet

Furls Crochet Products

I love the luxury crochet hooks they make! My favorites are Streamline and Odyssey, which I use for almost all my crochet projects.

They also sell beautiful fiber arts tools, like yarn bowls and knitting needles.

Jimmy Beans Wool

Jimmy Beans Wool Products

If you’re looking for some luxurious yarn for your next project, this excellent fiber store is a great place to go.

The friendly customer service makes it easy to find what you’re looking for.

Knit Picks

I used their beautiful Brava & Aloft wool to make my Mom a knitted colorwork cowl. It turned out so well, and she loved it!

Their sister site is We Crochet.


LoveCrafts Products

In addition to well-known brands, they have a wide selection of fabulous, unique yarn collections.

I enjoy browsing the patterns from talented independent designers to find my next project.

Lion Brand

Lion Brand Products

One of the oldest yarn companies in the world. They make excellent acrylic yarn for a great price! Not to mention countless other quality yarns to choose from.

The Woobles

The Woobles

Justine’s amigurumi kits featuring animals are very adorable. I used one of their kits to create Pierre the Penguin, and I loved the process.

Uncommon Goods

Uncommon Goods Products

Give a loved one or friend a handmade gift they’ll cherish, and support small businesses and artisanal makers!

This stylish yarn bowl is on my wish list! Maybe someone will gift it to me… 🙂


WeCrochet Products

The most impressive thing about their yarn is how affordable and long-lasting it is! Not to mention the gorgeous array of colors.

They sell a variety of high-quality tools on their website, plus some super-stylish accessories for your crafting life.

Their sister site is KnitPicks.

Learn From Great Crafting Teachers

Creative Bug


Whatever craft you like, you can take courses in it.

You can learn from renowned teachers like Marly Bird and Edie Eckman.

Nancy Queen – Knitting & Crochet Courses

Nancy Queen Courses

This expert will teach you the basics of knitting and crochet.

Having been given the opportunity to review her 30-Day Growth course, I’m impressed with her friendly, relaxed style of teaching.



With their affordable membership, you can master just about any creative technique.

The popular crochet blogger Toni Lipsey, who I follow through TL Yarn Crafts, offers a great course called Crochet For Adventurous Beginners.

There’s a fantastic course on knitting for beginners by Vincent Williams of Visuvio’s Crafts.



You can choose from a variety of great courses on all subjects.

Merchandise For Yarn Lovers!

My merchandise including mugs, t-shirts, and posters are perfect for showing off your love of the fiber arts and yarn.

I have designs you or the crafter in your life will love, and more are on the way.

It would be a great gift, and you can support the site!

Thank you very much for your support. As a result, I can create new yarn and fiber arts resources, articles, and tips to help you along the way.