We felt is was time to bring Shibui to you.
On a visit to Tokyo’s Ginza market in 2004, Darcy Cameron picked up a handwoven bag dyed with persimmons. She loved the bag’s pure simplicity, described by her Japanese friend as “very shibui,” or “elegant with a touch of bitterness.” This inspired an enduring aesthetic.
Shibui Knits was born in 2007, in the basement of Darcy’s yarn store in Portland, Oregon. Faced with the...more
Welcome to a fun filled Japanese inspired reception to celebrate the wonderful world of Noro! A Noro factory representative will be joining us with a trunk show, garments & fun interesting facts about this unique yarn. There will be raffles and prizes as well as amazing events throughout the evening.
Each participant will also be treated to samples to see how these sensational lines work up while learning all about the nuance and...more
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 before the SD Yarn Crawl so that you would receive priority. This luxurious yarn is so wonderful that after the Trunk Show will be stocking it full time. Enjoy!
Woolfolk yarns combine the highest quality wool with ethical, sustainable practices. The fiber they use, Ultimate Merino®, doesn’t happen...more
Join us for the 5th Annual San Diego Yarn Crawl! Our shop will be showcasing 11 amazing trunk shows from our phenomenal independent dyers. My mother and Deanna will also be dyeing an exclusive colorway from our very own yarn line Ewey & Baatsy just for the crawl! Indie dyer Forbidden Woolery is joining in on all the dyeing fun and will have an exclusive colorway for us. Make sure you also stop by for raffles and much more...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