The strings that bind--meeting all of these folks (and those who didn't want to be seen hoarding yarn) was awesome.
The strings that bind–meeting all of these folks (and those who didn’t want to be seen hoarding yarn) was awesome.

From the first day, we therefore conclude that yarn sales are fun.  🙂  Folks who share the same interest converge in mutual shopping teasing (take it, take it…it’s calling to you!),  shopping support (stop me, stop me from buying any mooooorre….) and plain old shop talk.  We’ve met awesome knitters and crocheters (men and women!), beginners and seasoned crafters.  We’ve oooohed and aaahhhed at their projects, and have learned much from their experiences with different types of yarns, with interpreting patterns, and even their different yarn sources.  Now we’re thinking of making week-long events like these every month.

Anyhow, our stock has been depleted by over a 100 units of yarn since yesterday, and as we count down to the closing of Day 2, we’d like to invite all thread-crafters who haven’t had the chance to scope the stash to drop by!  We’re keeping the shop hours of 1-8 PM until Saturday only (Yarn Sale last day).  We’ll also try to replenish stocks, but we can’t make any promises.  We’ll also be having nightly activities, so just bring your knitting needles or crochet hooks and yarn (or buy some here), and join in the fun!

Here's a peek at what's left.
Here’s a peek at what’s left.

In the meantime, we’d like to share with you some light-hearted yarn humor.

This one immediately caught our attention.
This one immediately caught our attention.
Can relate?
Can relate?

 

Support group?
Support group?