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Tagged With: Ellensburg

Children’s Day Downtown at Yarnfolk

Saturday, May 11th from 10 am to 1 pm is Children’s Day Downtown. This is the 10th year for the event, and Yarn Folk’s first opportunity to participate. I will have the big round table set up for children to make a yarn doll similar to my mascot, Charlotte. (I’ll be helping with a simplified … Continue reading »

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New Stuff

As I can, I am expanding my inventory–sometimes this means just stocking existing items a little deeper, sometimes it means adding within a line, or adding something new a distributor carries. Eventually, it will mean adding new distributors. I do try to listen to what you say you want, whether you are telling me directly, … Continue reading »

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Peeking in the windows…

I wanted to give passersby a few more clues about what is coming to 304 N Pearl Street. (Soon! I promise!) Fortunately, I have a hard time getting rid of any leftover yarn. Ever. So I wound some odds and ends into balls of various sizes, and then suspended them in the window to the … Continue reading »

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Shop hours.

I am still anticipating mid-April as the date for Yarn Folk’s opening. Yarn is ordered and beginning to arrive (!!!!!), the painting is nearing completion (we both hope), and there are several stacks of cartons with shelving to be built (hold on to your hex wrench). It’s really pretty exciting, and on days like today, … Continue reading »

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The elephant in the room, or, skeptics.

Why does a (reasonably) sane person leave a (theoretically) stable job to pursue a project like this? And why would someone open a yarn shop in a place that used to have a yarn shop, and doesn’t now? As I am sure you are all aware, there is a lot of change and uncertainty within … Continue reading »

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