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13 January 2021

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In my email interview with Jennifer Haffenden, costume designer for the television series Wynonna Earp, we talked about the Canadian artists and products she likes to use. Here’s a list of some of them!

“I love supporting Canadian designers, especially our Alberta-based finds,” Jennifer says. She provided an annotated list of some:

She also provided a few other recently used Canadian sources:

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Kate Atherley (she/her) is a co-founder, editor and publisher at Digits & Threads and Nine Ten Publications. She has worked in the crafts industry in one way or another since 2002 as a designer, editor, writer, and instructor. She's authored eight books about knitting, from a next-steps guide for newbie knitters to the industry's only guide to professional knitting pattern writing. Kate lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her husband and their rescue dog Winnie.

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