Lorna's yarn is super fun and exciting! Make sure you don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to meet this fantastic woman and check out her wonderful lines and colors!
Back in the 80's Lorna was raising my 3 kids out in the country, near Placerville, CA. She had a small flock of white sheep, white angora rabbits and other farm critters. She learned to spin their fiber and started dyeing. By 1990 she had started Lorna's Laces and had...more
Join us for our 1st Annual Anniversary Party! We are so blessed that all of you have supported us in our journey and we would like to celebrate and thank you!
The day will be filled with lots of fun and surprises so make sure you stop on by to see what we've gotten ourselves up to. I know you won't want to miss out on all the hijinks and big reveals!
Make sure you stop by and see Apple Fiber Studio's awesome and unique colorways in their soft and wonderful bases before we run out!
Andrea started dyeing yarns in 2007 with her kids as a fun family activity: Apple Fiber Studio grew out of these experiences. Colorways are produced by Andrea and her daughter Amy and are inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Trendsetter Yarns was founded in 1988 by Myrna Klein and her son Barry Klein. Their vision was to create and distribute yarns for knitters, crocheters, and weavers with a focus on setting trends through innovative patterns, creative design features and fibers that are inspirational. Make sure to stop on by and check out all of the beautiful and amazing yarns, garments, and patterns!more
We are very excited to bring in Woolfolk for a Trunk Show exclusively for our customers. It was very important to us to schedule this event separate from the SD Yarn Crawl so that all of you would get priority with this luxurious yarn. Enjoy!
Woolfolk yarns combine the highest quality wool with ethical, sustainable practices. The fiber we use, Ultimate Merino®, doesn’t happen by chance, but by the innovative efforts of farmers to...more
Soft Solutions is a pattern created by Eileen Adler that can be knitted up as a soft, comfortable, more affordable alternative to prosthetics for breast cancer survivors. Eileen and her co-organizer Arlene Shaposhnick have donated many “Softies” to hospitals around San Diego.
Soft Solutions is always looking for volunteer knitters so join in! Most women prefer neutral colors but you can you always add a little interest by knitting a...more