We understand that every knitter is different, and they each value different factors in the yarn they want to employ for their projects.  While we cannot meet everyone’s needs, we have done our best to stock quality favorites including Madelinetosh, Shibui, Koigu, Swan’s Island, The Fibre Company, Plymouth Yarn and Mrs. Crosby, as well as exotic alternatives such as Ito and Dandoh.  We also carry fiber products from a variety of local artisans, as well as a number of indie hand dyers such as Haute Knit, Dancing Leaf Farms and Gigi Bonin.

We believe in the old adage that “life is too short to knit with bad yarn,” and our goal is to partner with suppliers that feel the same way.

We currently do not sell yarn on-line, but we are considering whether to offer on-line sales at some point in the future.

We sell a full range of Addi needles (Turbo Circular, Turbo Lace, Sock Rockets, etc.), a wide variety of Clover bamboo needles, and a hundreds of “gently used” knitting needles.

Yes, we have one of the largest selection of buttons and buckles on Cape Cod.  We also supply a variety of ribbons that can compliment knitting projects.

Unfortunately, we do not carry any needlepoint items.

We are happy to have knitting and book clubs use our meeting rooms.  We will even cater the first meeting for your clubs.

Yes, knitters are welcome to join us from 10 am until noon every Saturday for our open “knit-arounds.”

We have a small number of rare books, but we do not specialize in rare books, and our shop is not designed to serve book collectors.

We carry an extensive variety of card and refrigerator magnets that deal with knitting, literary, artistic and whimsical themes.

We carry a wide variety of new and used knitting books, as well as a large number of knitting magazines.

Yes, we have an abundance of parking directly in front of our shop.

We believe in the old adage that “life is to short to knit with bad yarn,” and our goal is to partner with suppliers that feel the same way. We look for yarns that are distinctive, are fun to knit with, and will result in finished products that our customers will be proud to wear or to give as gifts.

Our shop is a 2-minute drive or a 10-minute walk from downtown Chatham.

Yes, although we are closed on Monday’s from Labor Day through the middle of June.

Yes we do. If you are involved with projects such as knitting garments for soldiers or cancer patients, or prayer shawls for your church, please let us know and we will be happy to provide a discount for the yarn you require for your projects.