A yarn store is a beautiful place to be if you love fibers as much as us, and if you're looking for yarn stores near Seattle, you've come to the right place!
Here are some yarn stores that you definitely need to check out if you're living in, or planning a trip to Seattle!
This store offers fine yarn, project kits, and classes in the Seattle area. Every Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon they have their doors open to anyone interested in relaxing and making new friends who also love fibers. This is also referred to as "Sit 'n Knit & Crochet"
The tea cozy is your place to be if you love yarn and tea. This store is located in the Scandinavian neighborhood of Ballard in Seattle, and it embraces and celebrates classic knitting traditions.
This store has one of Seattle's largest selections of yarns, books, bags, and needles. Additionally, they offer community get-togethers and classes for knitters, spinners and charity.
If you're looking for fun fibers as well as a carefully curated selection of accessories, this is your place to be! This store is also offering drop-in classes that you can purchase on their website, as well as sweater workshops.
At this store, you will find the supplies you need for any fiber-related project in addition to fun costumes, home decorating and quilting supplies! This is definitely your place to be if you're looking to expand your skill set as they offer classes for sewing, knitting, embroidery, quilting, weaving, and felting.
This store offers a wide variety of beautifully crafted fiber arts supplies. They also support local dyers and artisans and host weekly events. For example, every Sunday they host "Sunday Spinners" which is a great way to get together with your community and give your week a creative touch.
Imagine a store where you can find anything to do with fabrics, even bridal fabrics. Well, this is it! In this store, you will find exclusive collections, classes, and even project kits! (Absolutely a paradise for anyone who enjoys sewing.)
This community-based yarn shop specializes in local and popular hand-dyed yarns. They also offer other products such as needles, hooks, patterns, books, needle felting, weaving, spinning supplies, bags, notions, and accessories.
To finish this blog, we wanted to introduce you to this beautiful yarn and tea store. It is located on Bainbridge Island, Washington just a short ferry ride away from Seattle. They specialize in colorful yarn projects, pattern books, and yummy desserts (in case anyone was suddenly hungry in the middle of yarn shopping!)