Monthly Archives: December 2015
Thank you for a wonderful year! Today (New Year’s Eve)(and tomorrow, New Year’s Day) Yarn Folk will be open until 5 pm. Tomorrow, join us for the informal “Start As You Wish to Continue” KAL/CAL from 12-5–bring or start a project that represents something you’d like your stitching to embody in 2016. Whether it’s finishing … Continue reading
December 24th 10am – 3:30pm December 25th Closed December 26th 10am – 5pm (regular hours)
Tuck a gift certificate into a sheep-y holiday card and let your knitter or crocheter pick just what they want.
Pick a skein of hand-dyed sock yarn, and an inspiring book to go with it!
Sheep themed mugs make a sweet treat for a fiber friend!
The Sirka Counter and Bento Box case are perfect for projects where you need to keep track of more than one thing at a time. Curious? Take a look at the Grellow and Gray tutorials here.
Kids can learn to knit with needles, but many also enjoy working with knitting looms. Add a couple of skeins of brightly colored JelliBeenz yarn, and introduce them to a new craft!
Ellensburg potter Judy Rouse makes these beautiful yarn bowls. They are really a joy to use.
Walker Bags are made in San Francisco, and are practically indestructible. Add some useful tools, and you’ve got a gift for any fiber-lover.
Everyone who has used a set of Knit Blockers loves them. Add a bottle of wool wash, and you have a great post-knitting gift!