Indie Ogden Guide to Crafting Supplies

If you haven’t noticed, the Indie Ogden writers are all craftaholics and we have been scouring town for the best places to get your craft on. Ogden (and Utah in general) is  a breeding ground for craftiness and there is no shortage of places to get supplies and meet like-minded crafty folks in town. Check out our list and be sure to take a peek in our DIY section and try some our awesome tutorials for your  ‘do it yourself’ adventures.  ENJOY!

Local craft supply stores:

knit craft: An extensive collection of knitting, needle point, crochet and other string craft supplies

Utah Idaho maps: this place sells maps (of course) as well as school supplies, KIDS craft supplies and cool science kits. Utah Idaho Supply Map World is a member of Utah Works network of Utah-based companies.

Needlepoint joint: “We are a retail shop that carries quality supplies for all types of needlework.  We have been in business since 1973 and have amassed a vast array of threads, yarns, tools and fabrics–not only common items, but some unique and hard to find things.  We are a knitting shop as well as a needlepoint shop.  We also have supplies for tatting, crochet, bobbin lace, weaving,  spinning, felting and other needlework.”

shepards bush: ” needlework haven located in Ogden, Utah, nestled between the shores of the Great Salt Lake and the beautiful snow-capped Wasatch range of the Rocky Mountains. Tina Richards Herman and her sister, Teri Richards, opened their unique retain shop in 1984. This establishment–a needle and folk art store–was named for a district in London and is housed in a renovated 19th century blacksmith and carriage shop in the heart of Ogden’s historic district. From the wildflowers and cranberries hanging from the heavy timber ceiling rafters, to the samplers and quilts adorning the worn brick walls–from shelves stacked with fine linens and homespun cottons, to the antique hutches brimming with hand-woven and dyed splint baskets, this store evokes a memory and nostalgia of a gentle life long past. ”

eagle feather trading post: Native american craft supplies, stones, leather and tools!

kitchen kneads:Kitchen Kneads, a family owned business, was first established as Magic Mill in 1973  Being a unique make-it-from-scratch store, they expanded into being Northern Utah’s largest supplier for fresh roasted nuts, bulk chocolate, hard to find specialty foods, kitchen gadgets, bulk foods, and exclusive small appliances. They have all your kitchen crafting needs locally!

Tandy leather: Established in 1919 tandy leather is a one stop source for all of your leather crafting needs.

Bennion Crafts: With Locations in Ogden and Kaysville, Bennion crafts are large craft stores with everything your heart desires, but are locally owned! From beading and jewelry supplies, painting and crafting, scrapbooking, sewing/fabrics you cant find anywhere else in Utah, framing, and decor- Bennions provides everything the chain craft stores provide, and they also host classes almost daily! check out their schedule here and stop in soon to check out their huge selection!

Warrens Train Shop – We stock scale model railroad equipment as well as tools and supplies for any model railroad or miniatures project.  Locomotives, rolling stock, structures, scenery, scale lumber, structural shapes, paints, glues, books, magazines, DVDs and more.

Wood Creations –  We specialize in unfinished wood crafts for seasonal and holiday display as well as general home décor.  We offer a wide assortment of shelves, picture frames, and craft supplies.

Ogden Blue – From Melissa and Doug art kits to kids from the finest canvas’s, watercolor paints, oils and brushes- Ogden blue is an artist haven. Two stories of amazing supplies, even drafting desks! Not only that, but Ogden Blue is a full service printing shop.


craftster– check out craftster and find crafting ideas and  local craftaholics to hang out with!

stitch n bitch: Another online group to find crafting ideas and local crafters to knit or crochet and gab with!

Local blogs– Local crafter  and craft store owner.– Quilting blog!– another great quilting blog.




Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her 2 kiddos and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.