Tag Archive ‘NYC Yarn Stores’


knittedyarns New Jersey Bound for Yarn-Silk City Fibers Adventure

Silk City Fibers in Paterson, NJ is open to the public the second Saturday of every month. Here’s my review from my last visit.

knittedyarns Happy 3rd Birthday Knitty City-Upper Westside Yarn Haven

Happy 3rd Birthday Knitty City from an UWS Knitter! Knitty City has been a great addition to the NYC Yarn Store market. It has a diverse collection of fibers and books with options for every size pocketbook. In addition, they have one of the best collections of needles and other knitting equipment around. The friendly […]

knittedyarns Death of a LYS-Yarn Connection NYC

It is with great sadness that I note that a friendly New York City yarn emporium is going out of business.  Since it is located on 36th Street and Madison Avenue, a neighborhood I rarely frequet, the second floor shop isn’t one of my usual yarn haunts. Nevertheless, it’s always a source of inspiration. By […]

knittedyarns Knitty City's Second Birthday – NYC Yarn Store

For their second anniversary, Knitty City had a store-wide sale and a large cake! For its loyal knitting fans, everything was 10% off! For those of you who aren’t familiar with Knitty City, it’s a great addition to the New York City yarn stores. It’s a small treasure nestled on 79th Street between Amsterdam and […]

knittedyarns Engagement Celebrated With Yarn

About a week after we announced our engagement to our family, I decided to celebrate the occassion with my Saturday knitting friends at The Point. Over the past year or so, the women I knit with have asked me in varying ways whether Larry and I planned to get married. To this I had replied, […]

knittedyarns Reward = Yarn Shopping

Despite being the last week of summer, the lull before the serious back-to-school, summer’s over mentality returns, I’ve been busy with work. Since we’re staying local this holiday weekend, I wandered into two  NYC yarn stores on my way home as a treat.  Though the city was hot and humid, the streets were filled with employees leaving […]