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Welcome to Friends and Fiberworks!

We are excited to let you know that we are open Sundays 12:30-4, Monday - Saturday from 10-4 and on Wednesdays we stay open till 7pm.  

We have moved our shop to our farm at 278 Brooks Cove Road and we look forward to seeing you soon!

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Thanks, Lisa, Robert & FFW Staff

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    10 Undyed Yarn DK 75%wool, 25%nylon, 100 grams 325 yards, each

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Our Classes

Classes at Friends & Fiberworks take place daily
for students of all skill levels. Create a pair of
socks or get knitting guidance. Project knitting help w/Ann Fridays 10:30-12:30 and Wednesday 5-7, $8.00. Project knitting help w/Roberta Fridays 10:30-12:30 $10. Crochet w/Jean Tuesdays 10:30-12:00, $10. Flatbed Machine Knitting Group meets the 1st Sunday of each month. The Mountain Stitchers meet the first Tuesday of each month.
“Friends & Fiberworks exists because of the wonderful staff who work here,” says Lisa.

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About Us

“If we don’t have it, you
don’t need it,”

~ Lisa Mackey

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At 4,000 square feet, Friends & Fiberworks is
the largest yarn shop in the Southeast. “If we
don’t have it, you don’t need it,” jokes Lisa
Mackey who opened the shop to promote
community and support fiber artists’ “habits
and addictions.” Lisa says raising sheep
inspired her to take up spinning, then
knitting, weaving, and felting. “We had all this
fiber and had to figure out what to do with
it,” she says. Crafting quickly became her
passion.

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