This is what Crochet Friendly looks and feels like… 2


Let me show you what makes a yarn store crochet friendly and give you a fun tour of my favorite LYS, Pinchknitter Yarn. Pinch Knitter Yarn is not only the closest yarn store to me, but she has a great philosophy regarding product inventory and customer service, Sirkku Bingham (the owner) is one smart lady and I love hanging out with her at “the table” and hooking hours away!


About Laurie A. Wheeler

Laurie A. Wheeler is a blogger, crochet addict, yarn designer and champion for independant artisans and crafters. She is also known as Fearless Leader of the Crochet Liberation Front.


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2 thoughts on “This is what Crochet Friendly looks and feels like…

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    Sandra

    Who knew this wonder was in Stanwood! I will definitely be making my way up there sometime soon, if for no other reason than to feast my eyes and hands on all those hooks!

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      Laurie A. Wheeler Post author

      Sirkku, has been in business for 4 years. She started very very small in a tiny closet like room across the street from where her store front is now. She has grown to be in a 1600 sq ft store, with tons of awesome yarn for any budget! If you meet her, tell her you are with the CLF :D She loves that :D