Feature Story, Issue 3, Winter 2016, Yarn

Home on the Range

Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the world is famous for geysers, waterfalls, wolves, elk, moose and...Bison! Sometimes called buffalo, these majestic creatures brave extremely cold temperatures, as low as 66 degrees below zero (-55C) with an average of 150 inches of snow each year. The Bufflo Wool Company, owned by Ron and… Continue reading Home on the Range

Issue 3, Local Yarn Store, Winter 2016

Salt Lake City, Utah

Once upon a time in a cute little neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah called Sugar House, there was a perfect little house. And inside this house a wonderful lady watched over the most beautiful skeins of yarn in all the land. Brands like Shibui Knits, Bookland Tweed, Summit Cashmere and Malabrigo. This may sound… Continue reading Salt Lake City, Utah

Issue 3, Local Yarn Store, Winter 2016

San Francisco, California

During our yearly mother-daughter trip, my Meggie-pie and I enjoyed the best San Francisco had to offer. Delicious food, the San Fransisco Ballet, Chinatown, the Golden Gate Bridge and luxury accommodations were a part of the package, but our trip was not complete without an Über ride to San Francisco's premier yarn store, ImagiKnit! ImagiKnit… Continue reading San Francisco, California

Issue 3, Local Yarn Store, Winter 2016

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Tucked away in downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a perfect little yarn store called Knit on Pearl. And no, Pearl is not spelled wrong, the store actually used to be located on Pearl St. in Jackson.  Cute, huh? Knit on Pearl carried all sorts of yummy brands like Noro, Juniper Moon, Manos Del Uruguay and… Continue reading Jackson Hole, Wyoming