For the Yarn Lovers

Or should the post title be: “For Lovers of Yarn”? Either way, here is a post for people who love yarn and/or knit, crochet, spin, weave or other fiber arts involving yarn.

Last Thursday I was at the Stitchin’ Post in Sisters Oregon for our monthly art quilter group meeting. Before the meeting, I wandered around the shop “ooh-ing and ahh-ing” at all the treats for purchases (fabric, yarn, notions, art, books, etc.). The yarn department/section seemed exceptionally lovely this visit (I think they re-organized the shop), so I took photos to share with my yarn-loving readers!

Yarn Department, Stitchin’ Post

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My friend Pat was kind enough to be the hand model in several of the photos.

If you are every in Central Oregon and you are a quilter, knitter, crocheter, or any type of fiber arts crafter I highly recommended a visit to this shop!

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15 thoughts on “For the Yarn Lovers

    • tierneycreates says:

      I have a total fantasy of being an expert knitter someday, whipping out socks, cabled scarves, mittens and sweaters. For now I am happy to make a so-so ribbed scarf or the one hat pattern I know 🙂

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  1. marthaginn says:

    I’m not a knitter but loved seeing the yarns; it would be impossible to keep hands off in that store! Everyone knows about the famous Sisters outdoor show. It was neat getting a glimpse of their shop.

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  2. Theskinflintphilosopher says:

    When all the wool is together like that (like a rainbow/spectrum) it all looks so amazing! I’m then usually disappointed when I get home with just my chosen colour- the effect is far better with the colours in comparison to each other!

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