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Finnish Crafts and Yarn Shops

Many of these websites on Finland’s crafts are in Finnish. Some also have English webpages.

Kangas Aitta

Lankatalo
Finnish cotton and linen yarns.

Lankamaailma
A lovely yarn shop in Helsinki.

Joenlanka
Another Finnish shop selling cotton, linen and other weaving yarns.
Lankatavaratalo
And another Finnish yarn shop.


The Polar People
Go on a crafters holiday to Lapland and learn feltmaking.

Suomen Taitoverkko
A marketplace for Finnish crafts.

Taito Group
Taito Group produces a wonderful craft magazine featuring weaving, knitting, papermaking and other fibre crafts.

Taito Pirkanmaa
Finnish arts, crafts and yarnshop.

Friends of Finnish Handicraft

Craft Museum of Finland

Yarn Shops

Sweden Yarn Shops
Iceland Yarn Shops
Finland Yarn Shops
Yarn Shops

Handspun Yarn

 

Ebay Finds

DK Baby Cashmere Silk Wool Crochet Children Hand knit Scarf Yarn 3x50gr Balls 30 - Current price: $5.58 - Auction

Hand Spun Undyed Non treated Pure Chilean Araucana Wool Knitting Yarn Handmade B - Current price: $11.85

100 grams (1 large skein) Soft Handwoven Himalayan Banana Silk Yarn Burgundy - Current price: $4.99

Lion Brand Wool Thick and Quick Silk Wool Mohair Yarn Rust Red and Orange - Current price: $9.49

Sale New Yarn Soft Worsted Cotton Chunky Shawl Scarf Hand Knitting 3x50gr 218 - Current price: $7.96

Dream in Color Classy Yarn Lot - 2 Skeins - Current price: $30.00

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