Highland Woodworking. The rest of the list is in no particular order. More on Highland below.
Jim bode tools. You have to dig a bit, but you will find plenty of user tools among their finer stuff.
etsy. As expected, I find the oddest stuff here. Some hardware and leather working rivets are among the finds for this year.
ebay Do you really need the link?
Lee Valley/Veritas. I got to touch their new 'custom' planes at WIA this year, but did not have much time to play with them. I'm anxious to hear other folk's experience with them.
Lie-Nielsen Toolworks. A banner year in that I got FOUR (!!!) Lie-Nielsen tools this year. Currently enamored with their beading tool; maybe I'll feel different when the 'new' wears off. Finally, I can't wait for them to start selling their new sharpening jig. Rumor has it they are making small changes to their tools to ensure every blade they have can be sharpened on their jig with optional add-ons.
CU woodshop. Most of my wood was purchased from this gem in Champaign, IL.
Woodcraft. A stalwart supplier of tools, wood, and consumables.
Menards/Home Depot/Lowes For obvious reasons.
Van Dyke's Restorers Stuff can get pricey, but they have what we need and higher margins are necessary to provide such a broad range of products. I know, I'm totally trying to justify what I've spent on hardware with them. :)
Hovarter Custom Vise. It's killing me that I have not been able to install their new VX20 yet! I got frozen out of the outside shop too soon.
Hobby Lobby. You'd be surprised how useful this place can be to woodworkers.
Czeck Edge Tools. Picked up one of their new awls at WIA--love it.
Blaine's Farm & Fleet
For the first time I'm separating the publishing department:
Lost Art Press. See this blog entry.
I am presenting the Pragmatic Woodworker 2014 Woody award to Highland Woodworking. These folks gave me a voice for my writing for which I'm very thankful. I pitched and they agreed that my 'amateur' voice might speak to other woodworkers. I'm still making mistakes, and I'm still writing about them. Hopefully Highland will find more publishable material amongst my shop follies and successes in 2015. :) Furthermore, by far, Highland received the lion's share of my business this year.
I've blogged before about my current log jam of projects. I expect my purchases next year to be considerably less as I turn out all the stuff the above list is meant to service.
Best wishes to all for a healthy and prosperous new year!