Do you want to learn how to use a yarn winder? Do you know what a yarn put-up is? Have you made yarn from t-shirts or plastic bags? Would you join a yarn club? Learn about all of these things and more from these posts about yarn.
I discovered Yarns of Italy on Etsy when I was looking for some high quality bargain yarn. I’ve since discovered that they have a terrific selection of luxurious yarns and that they often feature big sales in their Etsy shop.
I enjoy buying yarn online from sellers in various places and Etsy is naturally one of the places that I look for yarn. One of the Etsy stores that I recently got yarn from was Jane & Michael.
This time around the yarn store that I’m reviewing is a local-ish store across the bay in Sausalito. It’s called Bluebird Yarn and Fiber Crafts and it had been recommended to me several times before I finally actually made it to visit over there last week. It’s adorable. And very crochet-friendly.
I recently ordered yarn from several different yarn sellers on Etsy. I basically was just looking around for some good prices on yarns I hadn’t tried yet and decided to try a few different sellers. One of the sellers was GlenEchoDesigns, and I ended up being really pleased with the shopping experience.
Here’s a roundup of San Francisco yarn stores (in-city only, not in the surrounding Bay Area)