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What Our Customers Are Saying
THE. BEST. YARN. STORE. EVER!!! I wasn't sure where I was going, seemed like the middle of the country, but then I see it. There in a beautiful setting is this quaint, large yarn shop. Walked in and was greeted by several staff asking if I needed any help. I have never been to a store so welcoming. Lisa and her staff are kind, helpful and an absolute joy to be around. I feel like I met new friends just like the name implies. If you love Malabrigo, Berocco, Rowan or many, many others, this is the store for you! The only regret I have is not finding them earlier in the week! The afternoon spent with them was good for my soul.
I remember shopping at this business years ago in a spring trip to the Asheville area. I was happy to find it again, in a very spacious and charming location, on our recent trip back to the area. It is obviously a great gathering spot too, as there was a group of knitters with needles flying and lots of chatting when I walked in. I enjoyed browsing among all of the vast aisles of high quality yarns. It is pretty amazing how much inventory they have ready at hand, and in so many colorways. Since I have my own vast stash I couldn't overindulge, but I did buy some of their own hand dyed alpaca and sock yarn. I also found some special yarn from a dyer in Charlotte. These will be great souvenirs from this trip. The owner was also very helpful in discussing needles and in answering questions. Would definitely recommend, as this type of store and environment is becoming more and more rare these days.
I was visiting my in-laws in the Asheville area, and because I'm a fiber artist and a YouTuber, I wanted to do a video about the different yarn stores in the area. I ended up visiting four stores, and this one was one of my favorites! This is the biggest yarn store I've ever been in! The service was fantastic, and they had the largest selection of yarn I had ever seen! They also had fiber for spinning yarn, so I purchased fiber that was a blend of wool from a local farmer. I have used some of it in a project I'm working on. I also bought some yarn that had been dyed by the owner. I wish I could have bought more, but I still had more shops to visit and I didn't want to spend too much!