Dear Knitting SIL,
I’m so sorry. I know we were going to visit the new LYS in town together, and I know I had to back out because of the boy’s guitar recital and we were going to go together later this month. But then Sunday arrived, and I didn’t have plans, and the yarn store was open, and…things happened. Helloooo, Yarn Social!
If it helps, I will absolutely go again with you and the girl another weekend. Because the store is super cute, and they have a lot of fun yarns, and they also have a living room area with a couch and a few chairs where you can hang out and do yarn-y things. They even had yarn cookies! But I’m guessing that was just because it was opening weekend and it won’t be an all-the-time thing.
And I know you are probably as happy as I am that this store opened, because the KC metro area needed a good yarn store downtown. We needed a store to offer some variety with the smaller indie dyers, a store that will focus on yarn and on creating a welcoming community for crafters. It just has a different feel than the other stores in the area, and it provides a balance we didn’t have before. So while I bought some beautiful yarn, I tried to restrain myself a tiny little bit so that I could still get something when I go back with you, because I know we will go together at some point soon!
Thank you for understanding that I am only human, and can only resist the call of a yarn store for so long.
Haha I think you are not the only one who could not resist the allures of a new shop! Those yarns are lovely!
Whew, glad I’m not alone! 😉
We love that you love our shop! And the cookies are from Blvd. Bakery on Independence Ave., in case you need another fix! 💕💕💕
Ooh, thanks for letting me know!
Super cool! I love when an area has the perfect blend of yarn shops.
That shop is SO cute.
How is anyone meant to resist a new yarn shop?? Especially one as good as this one looks. I’m sure you’ve been forgiven!