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« on: March 07, 2008 07:52:35 AM »

I live in Salem, NH and am constantly here there and everywhere in Salem/Manchester/Nashua. Does anyone know of any LYS's in any of the following towns:
- Salem
- Nashua
- Manchester
- Pelham
- Windham
- Derry
- Merrimack
- Hudson

Or any of the surrounding towns? I don't know of anywhere to buy yarn in that area except your standard chain craft stores and the big Wal*Marts. Right now I have a pretty good sized stash (inherited from my Grandmother-In-Law, mostly acrylic/acrylic blends), but am thinking of trying to make an afternoon pilgramage or two this summer to get some better yarn for when I start in on Christmas gifts.
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« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2008 09:22:27 AM »

Well it is about 35 from Manchester but TOTAL worth the drive- the Fiber Studio in Henniker!
http://www.fiberstudio.com
you will feel like you've gone to heaven! They have hand spun wool and hand dyed wool and so many beautiful fibers there.
You will love it!
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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2008 06:47:04 AM »

The Elegant Ewe in Concord.
http://www.elegantewe.com/contact_us.php?UID=2008081410122524.62.126.80

The Yarn and Fiber Company in Derry.
http://www.yarnandfiber.com/catalog/directions.php

and Ewe'll Love It in downtown Nashua. (great store)
http://www.ewellloveit.com/

There is also one off exit 2 or 3 near Salem.  I think it's a sister store to Yarn and Fiber Co, but I'm not sure.  Here is a map if that helps.

http://maps.yahoo.com/map?q1=11%20Squire%20Armour%20Rd%20Windham%20NH%2003087%20US&mag=5&ard=1#mvt=m&lat=42.791873&lon=-71.276886&mag=5&zoom=14&q1=11%20Squire%20Armour%20Rd%20Windham%20NH%2003087%20US
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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2008 06:49:53 AM »

The Elegant Ewe in Concord.
http://www.elegantewe.com/contact_us.php?UID=2008081410122524.62.126.80

The Yarn and Fiber Company in Derry.
http://www.yarnandfiber.com/catalog/directions.php

and Ewe'll Love It in downtown Nashua. (great store)
http://www.ewellloveit.com/

There is also one off exit 2 or 3 near Salem, but I can't for the life of me remember the name of it.  Sad  It's kind of on the way to Canobie Lake I think. 

Oh really? I live off of exit 2... I know that America's Stonehenge sells alpaca yarn from their alpacas. Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2008 06:54:20 AM »

I will have to check that out next time I'm in there.  I didn't know they sold it.  I'll have to be sure to bring a little extra money just for that.  Wink

Oh really? I live off of exit 2... I know that America's Stonehenge sells alpaca yarn from their alpacas. Smiley
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