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We're Springing forward to Spring with a fresh new YarnCon! 2 days instead of 1, and more parking than you can shake a crochet hook at, plus access by public transit as always. Please join us in making this the best YarnCon yet!
The CCDB is a community for fans of the musical CATS who create, buy, and sell costumes based on those of the characters from the musical.
The forum is filled with photos, tutorials, feedback, and a general community of like-minded creative people.
Betsy Martin, store owner, has been passionate about the fiber arts virtually her entire life. She learned to sew as a child, then discovered knitting and crocheting and eventually had her own business as a seamstress.
The Village Stitchery has been serving local yarn enthusiasts for 35 years. We are conveniently located in Topsfield, Massachusetts.
We offer knitting classes, one-on-one help, finishing services and a wide assortment of embroidery floss, needlepoint wool, and yarn.
Sit'n Knit in Melrose is your comfortable yarn shop just north of Boston.
At the Loom N' Shuttle we provide the finest yarns, and one of the largest selections available on the North Shore.
A shop in Winchester where classes are available for lace, crochet and knitting. Supplies are available as well.
Butterfly Yarns is a family owned business. If you come in to our store you will either find Debbie, Donna or Kim waiting to help you. We want to share our knitting passion with the world.
Creative Yarns is happy to be part of the North Shore knitting community! We are located in downtown Beverly at 100 Cabot Street (in the green building next to Fibber McGee’s).
Coveted Yarn participates in the yearly North Shore Yarn Crawl in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
We opened Purl in 2002 with the hope of creating a friendly yarn shop where people could gather and share each other's creativity. In 2006 we opened Purl Patchwork, our fabric shop, just a few doors away from Purl.
Yarns In The Farms is a unique yarn shop and studio located in the seaside village of Beverly Farms, MA., on the North Shore of Boston.
150 Knit and Crochet Motifs: Anything-but-Square Shapes for Garments, Accessories, Afghans, and Throws
150 Knit and Crochet Motifs is a fun and eclectic mix of patterns in both crafts, with shapes that go beyond the traditional square. Geometric and circular shapes are featured along with asymmetrical motifs like shells, stars, and even paisleys. The patterns include colorwork, texture, dimension, and interesting outline shapes for innovative applications.
Inside All Wound Up, New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed Yarn Harlot Stephanie Pearl-McPhee spins her third yarn on knitting for the 60 million knitters in North America who collectively spend $45 billion a year on knitting-related merchandise.
Knitting Plus is the must-have manual for plus-sized sweater construction and knitwear design. With this helpful guide, you’ll learn how to design wearable, tailor-made sweaters.
Why “fearless”? In the past, knitters have considered Fair Isle knitting, or stranded knitting as it’s also known, to be an advanced style that involves the frightening task of taking scissors to your hard-won work. As intimidating as this may seem, the cutting process, or steeking, is actually not something to worry about.
Knitters, crocheters, and fiber artists from far and wide seek out Seed Stitch Fine Yarn for a wide array of yarns, patterns, accessories, classes, inspiration and more. Specializing in natural fibers from luxury cashmere to work-horse wools, Seed Stitch has it all.
A knit-and-read book: 13 farm-centric projects for the perfect homespun toys, with a bonus story.
Looking for classic and romantic knits with current style?
Designer Kristin Omdahl is one of the most innovative designers working today, and in this collection, she showcases her signature motif designs and experimental construction in 18 original patterns—five scarves, six wraps, five shawls, and two skirts—that provide new ways to think about knitting pieces that wrap, drape, or tie.
The perfect gift for dog-lovers who knit! From a spotted Dalmatian to a wrinkly Bulldog, the step-by-step patterns in Knit Your Own Dog let you knit the dog you've always wanted.
The use of recycled or post-consumer materials to create different types of art or handcrafted goods is growing, but independent artists don’t always have a consistent source in the Tampa Bay area to find those supplies that they are in need of at an affordable price. Yet there is an abundance of usable material being added to landfills every day, often times just because individuals don’t know what else to do with it.
WHO: Outstanding Local Yarn Shops in the Puget Sound region.
WHERE: From Birch Bay to Burien, from Renton to Whidbey Island, in cities and suburbs and towns.
WHEN: Thursday May 17 through Sunday May 20. Extended hours: Thursday and Friday from 10:00am to 8:00pm; Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am to 6:00 pm.
WHAT: Yarn crawl! 21 shops and fun at every one.
HOW: Pick up your LYS Tour Passport at any participating shop, get your friends together and plan your route in advance.
WHY #1: Visit all 21 shops and be eligible to win one of eight gift certificates worth $1500 from the LYS of your choice.
WHY #2: Free one-skein project patterns, different at every shop, plus 10% off that specified yarn that weekend only.
WHY #3: Yarn crawl! Once a year! What’s not to like about that?