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Members of the Knitting & Crochet Guild
Some of our members run their own businesses and offer products and services which will be of interested to the wider craft community.
- Blacker Yarns 100% pure, natural yarn from the UK
- Crochet Design includes the International Diploma in Crochet
- The Knitter's Yarn for workshops and online supplies
- Thread of Life all things crochet
- willowknits for Yarn Club and more and follow the blog
- Woolistheanswer specialists in hand dyed caked yarn - Marie has offered a 10% discount to Guild members which is valid throughout the whole shop. Members can follow this link to find out the code.
The following have worked with or support the Knitting & Crochet Guild in a variety of ways.
- baa ram ewe - items from the Guild's Collection were loaned for displays at the Harrogate branch of Baa Ram Ewe as part of Yorkshire Wool Week.
- Coats plc - we have permission to copy pattern leaflets as a special benefit for Guild members.
- Rowan - designers from Rowan have visited the Guild's Collection of textile and publications and have commissioned articles from the Collections Team for Rowan Knitting and Crochet Magazine. If you missed it, do read about the major article in Rowan 55 which featured the Guild collection.
- Stitchtopia - are kindly offering a discount for KCG members on several knitting holidays.
- Yarn Stories - have invited the Guild to help them with a competition they launched in May 2015 to create an original blanket. The winners have been announced and the blanket pattern went on sale at the Knitting & Stitching Show at Ally Pally in October 2015 the pattern with yarn is available by following this link
- Thomas B Ramsden - we have permission to copy patterns leaflets as a special benefit for Guild members.
- IKnit - supported the Guild by giving us a free stand at their IKnit Fandango at the Royal Horticultural Halls in May 2015
- Not for profit, craft website Raggie-Aggie has recently been set up. Crafters donate items to be sold and net income is shared between Cancer Research, Macmillan & The Eve Appeal.
Twisted Thread: Upper Street Events is a leading organiser of events and exhibitions in the UK and Ireland, with special emphasis on craft-related shows, including the Knitting and Stitching Shows in Dublin, Harrogate and London. Because the Guild is a national charity they have offered free stands for the Guild displays at London and Harrogate.