10 MORE Places to Buy Yarn Online

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Buying yarn online can be a bit nerve-wracking. Where do you start? And how do you know the best places to buy yarn for a reasonable price? Never fear – your favorite Yarn Snob is here! I’ve got 10 MORE places for you to buy yarn online with no worries about quality or price.

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1 // WEBS – Yarn.com

Summary: Located in the picturesque Pioneer Valley of Western Massechusetts, WEBS started as a weaving and loom rental store in 1974. Yarn.com was established in 2003 and has exploded into a robust online e-commerce destination for yarn lovers. With nearly 1,000 yarn products and plenty of tools and accessories, WEBS is a one-stop-shop for unique finds and classic standbys.

Free Shipping: None

Known For: Project kits, extensive yarn fiber options, and learning opportunities including workshops, retreats, and online classes.

2 // Mary Maxim – MaryMaxim.com

Summary: This 4th generation family business upholds the high standards and diligence of the original founders of the 1930’s. With over 30 private label yarns and a handful of other brands, Mary Maxim has a decidedly classic flair. Expand past yarn crafts into plastic canvas, diamond painting, and even coloring books in their diverse product selection.

Free Shipping: None

Known For: Value priced yarns, monthly club memberships, and 5,000+ knit, crochet, plastic canvas, and latch hook patterns.

3 // Ice Yarns – IceYarns.com

Summary: Little is known of this Turkish online yarn brand. But loyal customers swear by the unique selection and bulk price savings. Ice Yarns offers subs for many popular yarns at incredibly low prices when compared to in-store options. Be patient when exploring the site but act fast if you see something you like. The best items tend to sell out quickly.

Free Shipping: None

Known For: Bulk item pricing, a strong mix of everyday and novelty yarns, consistent supply of new items and deep discounts.

4 // Annie’s – AnniesCatalog.com

Summary: What started as a modest enterprise in 1975 has exploded into a burgeoning company in subsequent years, catering to yarn lovers as well as other slow craft enthusiasts. Annie’s carries yarns from longstanding, popular brands to support their vast catalog of original knit and crochet designs.

Free Shipping: None

Known For: Full-length online classes, custom kit building, and seasonal knit and crochet original pattern releases.

5 // YarnCanada – YarnCanada.ca

Summary: Canadian makers, rejoice! This one is just for you. YarnCanada ships from Canada to Canadian addresses only. Featuring brands like DROPS, Wool and the Gang, Scheepjes, and Red Heart, they are a go-to site for Canadians to skip the border delays and duties often associated with buying yarn internationally.

Free Shipping: $125+ in Canada only

Known For: Variable price points on yarn, a vast selection of hooks and needles, and supplies for other fiber arts like felting, spinning, and weaving.

6 // Wool and Company – WoolAndCompany.com

Summary: Born out of their South Elgin, Illinois brick and mortar shop, Wool And Company provide the local yarn store experience for makers around the world. Their site is easy to shop, organizing the selection by brand and weight. Get the luxury in-store experience from the comfort of your own home.

Free Shipping: All orders for US addresses; $150+ for Canadian addresses.

Known For: Specialty LYS brands like Blue Sky Fibers, Knit Collage, and Quince & Co.; dee discounts on discontinued yarn; yarn + pattern kits.

7 // Hobium – HobiumYarns.com

Summary: Hobium is the self-proclaimed largest online selling hobby and craft supplies platform in Turkey, offering 6000+ knitting and crochet products. According to their website, they offer the highest quality with the cheapest price. With yarn as low as $1.33, you’re bound to save some money on your next project.

Free Shipping: Varies by country – see more here.

Known For: Inexpensive cotton, acrylic, and novelty yarns; bulk skein discounts; obscure and international yarn brands.

8 // Yarnspirations – Yarnspirations.com

Summary: Find your favorite brands like Red Heart, Caron, and Lily Sugar’n Cream under the umbrella of Yarnspirations. Their goal is to give you everything you need to march passionately down the path of your next fiber arts project. With the help of a strong team of Stitch Ambassadors, expect innovative ideas and designs using yarns you already know and love.

Free Shipping: A free shipping promo is referenced on the website, but it is not clear how to access it.

Known For: Direct shipping of brands under the Yarnspirations label, project inspiration and free patterns, helpful tutorials and tip videos.

9 // Premier – PremierYarns.com

Summary: Established in 2005, Premier prides itself on being an innovator in the classic and novelty yarn space. They have over 90 yarn lines in every weight from superfine to jumbo. With interesting yarns at a variety of price points, you’re in for a pleasant surprise when shopping this intriguing brand.

Free Shipping: $75+ US Only

Known For: Weekly deals and clearance, inspirational patterns, and an attractive rewards program.

10 // Direct from Indie Dyers – Links Vary

Summary: As competition increases, independent yarn dyers are rising to the challenge of creating unique yarns while simultaneously appealing to a new audience via catchy marketing. The power is in the hands of the buyer to discover new indie dyers and there are plenty to be found. I enjoy finding new shops by searching yarn dyeing – related hashtags on social media. Some of my favorites are Lola Bean Yarn Co, Montana Crochet, and Sewrella Yarn.

Free Shipping: Unlikely

Known For: All indie yarn shops are run differently. Search online for shops offering advent calendars, special promotions and events, and fun collaborations.

Purchasing yarn online is one of the great joys of being a fiber crafter. Take this opportunity to be adventurous, creating a chance for true elation when you find that perfect skein.

Do you have a favorite place to buy yarn online? Comment below so we can share in the yarn shopping joy. And don’t forget to pin this post to share it with friends!

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  1. AvatarKirsten says

    I also enjoy shopping at https://www.herrschners.com they have a good selection of well known brands, as well as their own brand and Willow brand yarns. Free and reduced shipping come up frequently as promotions – so it’s worth waiting and watching for those deals. 🙂

  2. AvatarSunny says

    Thank you for this great service, both the video and the blog. Unfortunately the two nearest LYS folded in the pandemic and the next nearest is not so near at all. I now shop exclusively online, unless I travel to a city (for work) which also has a local yearn store. Some great (and new!) suggestions here to add to my stash.

  3. AvatarNancy Francis says

    Love Herrschners! Been shopping there for decades! They have really good sales & like Mary Maxim they have a variety of other yarn crafts & other crafts like cross stitch kits & supplies. Their website has tons of free patterns, too!

  4. AvatarNancy says

    Thank you for this information. It came at the perfect time. (Do you have a camera in my house?) LOL. I was just say I wish I had more than one online site to purchase yarn. Thank you again.

  5. AvatarDB Bourgeois says

    I love Lovecraft’s Paintbox yarns. Their cotton and acrylics are so soft.

    If you ever find yourself in Florida, there’s a yarn shop in Winter Haven (south west of Orlando) named The Four Purls. They have their own brand of yarn created by one of their purls as a school project, called Emma’s Yarn. Comes in several different weights and fibers and some cool dye jobs. I make a point to visit when I visit by BFF.

  6. AvatarJoni Ostrich says

    I found a site, expressionfiberarts.com that I love. They hand dye all of their own yarn. It’s all high end yarn, so soft and beautiful. They have pattern designers creating incredible knit & crochet patterns. The owner and several other women create these. Their crochet patterns are some of the most beautiful ones I’ve seen. They’re very soft and flowy, and most are easy. The woman who owns this company makes a YouTube video for every pattern to get you started, and to show you how to crochet/knit any unusual stitches. If you sign up for their emails, you receive new patterns and sales, both of which they have weekly.

  7. AvatarFaith says

    I love ICE Yarns, and their shipping time is amazing. Even though I’m in Ohio (USA), I can get my package in a week, sometimes less. All that I’ve ever ordered has been top quality. If I had a single complaint, it would be, when I’ve emailed to ask certain questions (like if there were solid color yarns that went with a particular multicolor yarn, in the same content, like premium acrylic) I never got a real answer back. Pay close attention to the weight of the yarn, as sometimes it’s a little confusing and you might get a perfect color in the wrong weight. But do yourself a favor … do the math. Break it down to what it cost per 100gram, including the shipping into that, and you’ll find you’re paying less than you would for yarn at Walmart or the like.

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