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« on: March 25, 2004 02:32:30 PM »

Here are a few to get us started. Does anyone know the others in Connecticut? And I'd love to hear opinions of any & all of them.

A Stitch in Time
http://astitchintimept.com
276 Greenwood Ave, Bethel
(203) 748-1002

Country Yarns
http://www.countryyarns.com
327 North Colony Rd. (Rte. 5), Wallingford
(203) 269 6662
(heavy on the novelty yarn)

Janet Kemp Fine Yarns & Needlework
http://www.janetkemp.com
2419 Main St, Stratford
(203) 386-9276

Knitting Central
http://www.knittingcentral.com
582 Post Rd. East, Westport
(203) 454-4300

Knitting Niche
http://www.knittingniche.com
115 Mason St., Greenwich
(203) 869-6205

Knottygirl Knit & Yarn Club
http://www.knottygirlknits.com
119 Post Rd, Fairfield
(203) 254-5648

Saybrook Yarn
http://www.saybrookyarn.com
180 Main Street, Old Saybrook
(860) 388-3415

Village Sheep
http://www.thevillagesheep.com
369 Litchfield Rd. (Rte. 202), New Milford
(860) 354-5442

Yarn Barn
http://www.theyarnbarn.com
1666 Litchfield Tpke, Woodbridge
(203) 389-5117
(moved a couple years ago to this bigger location, but it's still hard for me to find what I'm looking for -- and nothing has prices)

Yarn Garden
http://www.yarngardenllc.com
194 Elm St., Meriden
(203) 237-6446
(get on their mailing list -- they have 41% off sales!)

Yarn Knit All!
http://www.yarnknitall.com
26 Church Street
Naugatuck, CT 06770
(203) 723-9276

Yarn, LLC (two locations)
http://www.yarnllc.com
910 Whalley Ave., New Haven
(203) 389-3369
(organized by color, not fiber, and nothing is priced)

Yarn, LLC (two locations)
http://www.yarnllc.com
55 Whitney Ave, New Haven
(203) 776-9276
(organized by color, not fiber, and nothing is priced -- but it's great to have a LYS downtown!)

Yarns Yarns Yarns
2400 Foxon Rd. (Rte. 80), Town & Country Plaza, North Branford
(203) 488-7370


In a pinch, there's always:
AC Moore http://acmoore.com
JoAnn http://www.joann.com
Michael's http://www.michaels.com
Walmart http://www.walmart.com


And this one is definitely worth the drive:
WEBS
http://www.yarn.com
75 Service Center Road
Northampton, MA 01060
800-367-9327
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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2004 08:15:22 PM »

This is a GREAT yarn store. It has tons of gorgeous stuff you won't see everywhere.

Selma's Yarns & Needleworks
Address:      450 Heritage Vlg, Southbury, CT 06488
Phone:   (203) 264-4838

Oh! they moved! They are still in the same shopping villiage, but there address has changed. If you decide to go, I would call for directions first.
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« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2005 07:22:40 PM »

Saybrook Yarn (next to the Paperback Cafe) in Old Saybrook has become a fast favorite!  All the gals who work there are really helpful!

http://www.saybrookyarn.net/
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« Reply #3 on: April 20, 2005 06:04:11 PM »

Just found a new supercool yarn shop!!
Knotty Girl in Fairfield rocked my socks! Not a HUGE selection, but their yarn is high quality and unique. The atmosphere is fab and the owner is really nice.

Knotty Girl is at 119 Post Road (near the Fairfield/Black Rock border) across the street from the Pizza Center.

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« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2005 10:14:01 AM »

Here's another!

Small, but super keen!

www.yarnllc.com

Yarn!  The shop's name says it all.....  Wink  In New Haven - easy to find and a very nice staff.
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« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2005 05:57:36 PM »

Creative Fibers in Windsor (website)
645 Poquonock Ave, exit 38 off I-91
(860) 687-9931
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« Reply #6 on: September 06, 2005 06:47:44 AM »

They've opened a second location at 55 Whitney Ave. (near Audubon St.) in New Haven. Same URL.

Here's another!

Small, but super keen!

www.yarnllc.com

Yarn!  The shop's name says it all.....  Wink  In New Haven - easy to find and a very nice staff.
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« Reply #7 on: February 11, 2006 04:13:55 PM »

Criations in Somers opened recently.

12 South Rd
Somers, CT 06071
860-749-4005
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« Reply #8 on: February 11, 2006 04:20:03 PM »

Knitting Central in Westport

http://www.knittingcentral.com/

582 Post Road East, Westport, CT 06880
Phone: 203-454-4300
Fax: 203-454-4305
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« Reply #9 on: June 24, 2006 07:49:45 PM »

The Fabric Place is the best store ever.  They have EVERYTHING!!!
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« Reply #10 on: August 01, 2006 02:39:06 PM »

The Fabric Place is the best store ever.  They have EVERYTHING!!!

Unfortunately, the Fabric Place in Cromwell is closing. Don't expect any great deals -- since it's a chain, they're moving most of the merchandise to their other locations: http://www.fabricplace.com/scripts/store_locator_cromwell.asp
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« Reply #11 on: August 01, 2006 06:35:07 PM »

Crap, crap, crap! Just when I'm low on cash. *cries*
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« Reply #12 on: August 20, 2006 12:31:11 AM »

I just found out about that, and I'm going to cry Cry Cry
It was the only resource I'd found that I could really count on.
Anyone know of a petition we could sign to keep it there??
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« Reply #13 on: November 07, 2006 08:30:02 AM »

sometimes i think i'm the only yarn addict in the capital region of CT.

but has anyone checked out needleworks in newington? i've been meaning to check it out but would like a review before i schlep out there (newington is close, but yet so far!)

thanks!
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« Reply #14 on: November 07, 2006 10:38:53 AM »

For those of you in central CT like me... there is an AC Moore in Plainville. I get all my yarn there and they have a decent selection of all the major brands and a lot of international brands and obscure brands. the prices are pretty low too (i've never paid more than $7 for yarn there).

it's in the new-ish Connecticut Commons shopping area which is right off route 72 in plainville. (the first exit on 72 after the I-84/route 72 junction craziness)

i practically live in their yarn section, so you might see me there :-)
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« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2006 09:10:15 PM »

I've been to knotty girl.. really cute store, interesting selection.  Not a whole lot to choose from, i went, looked at the yarns, and then went back when i had a project that could use them.  The yarns are gorgeous and expensive (imho).  the place is nice, the owners/employees are sweet, helpful, and friendly ladies.
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« Reply #16 on: January 09, 2007 01:52:19 PM »

For those of you in central CT like me... there is an AC Moore in Plainville. I get all my yarn there and they have a decent selection of all the major brands and a lot of international brands and obscure brands. the prices are pretty low too (i've never paid more than $7 for yarn there).
really? i have never found anything besides like lion brand and the arcylics that are recongizable there. i love patons, and i get it there and the crappy joanns off route 6 (which now that i think about it, only the cromwell joanns is nice). but thats the only yarn there that i love. O they are haveing a sale of sorts, last time i went (two weeks ago) there was TONs of sale yarn!
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« Reply #17 on: January 09, 2007 03:35:15 PM »


Im in south western CT. Selmas is the only place I have gone to. Im in the Brookfield/Danbury area, and I cannot find any great places to get good yarn.
Ive only been knitting for a very very short time, but Im addicted, so I went to go look for some "fancy" yarn.
I went to the generic Micheals and Ragshop in town and their selection is alright, then there is the Fabric tree by Danbury Fair Mall, they have a large yarn section in the back, but they didnt have anything I was looking for. what they did have was good quality, but very expensive. lots of handmade and hand dyed stuff! it was so pretty o_o
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« Reply #18 on: February 20, 2007 10:40:32 PM »

There's also a yarn store in West Hartford on LaSalle Road called "sit 'n knit."

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« Reply #19 on: February 22, 2007 06:09:22 AM »

thats the problem w/ ct, you have to live in expensive places to get yarn.
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« Reply #20 on: February 22, 2007 08:25:54 AM »

thats the problem w/ ct, you have to live in expensive places to get yarn.

In CT, you have to live in expensive places to get everything.
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« Reply #21 on: February 22, 2007 08:34:51 AM »

thats the problem w/ ct, you have to live in expensive places to get yarn.

In CT, you have to live in expensive places to get everything.
amen.
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« Reply #22 on: February 25, 2007 01:00:59 PM »

there's a really great little yarn shop up by me. it's right off of route 6 in chaplin (windham county) called 'yarns with a twist.' it's owned by a super sweet woman named sandee. my mom and i go there frequently. there's yarn there for everyone--no matter what your budget is. some of the hand spun she carries is just gorgeous! i love checking it out every time i'm there, even if it's out of my price range!  Cheesy
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« Reply #23 on: March 07, 2007 06:40:34 PM »

In CT, you have to live in expensive places to get everything.

Amen, indeed.

There's also The Needlework Shoppe in Westport (1 Wilton Rd., corner of Rte 1 and 33).  (203) 227-8098.  I've only been there once... but they have needlepoint and a (limited) cross stitch selection as well as lots and lots of yarn.
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« Reply #24 on: March 10, 2007 07:39:51 PM »


Im in south western CT. Selmas is the only place I have gone to. Im in the Brookfield/Danbury area, and I cannot find any great places to get good yarn.
Ive only been knitting for a very very short time, but Im addicted, so I went to go look for some "fancy" yarn.
I went to the generic Micheals and Ragshop in town and their selection is alright, then there is the Fabric tree by Danbury Fair Mall, they have a large yarn section in the back, but they didnt have anything I was looking for. what they did have was good quality, but very expensive. lots of handmade and hand dyed stuff! it was so pretty o_o

There's actually a really nice yarn shop in Bethel, it's on Greenwood Ave, right across the street from the Bethel Cinema. The women who run it are so nice and helpful.  It's called a Stitch in Time, I think the actual address is in the original post for this thread.
There's also the Village Sheep in New Milford, I've never been but have heard good things and they have a pretty website.
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« Reply #25 on: March 11, 2007 08:31:34 AM »



i went to the village sheep - nice store, rather largeish, but when i was there there was a lady that asked help from the owner and the lady didn't know how to knit, but yet the owner directed her towards rowan Big yarn (expensive!!) and rowan books. That is when i lost my respect for her.

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« Reply #26 on: March 11, 2007 03:45:11 PM »

There's actually a really nice yarn shop in Bethel, it's on Greenwood Ave, right across the street from the Bethel Cinema. The women who run it are so nice and helpful.  It's called a Stitch in Time, I think the actual address is in the original post for this thread.

That's where I used to shop when I lived in the area.  One thing I liked about that store is that they had supplies for a wide range of crafts, including needlepoint, cross stitch, knitting, crochet, etc.  I also found the owner and staff to be very helpful.
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« Reply #27 on: March 28, 2007 12:52:48 PM »

has anyone been to this place?

ENCHANTING YARNS. 25 N MAIN ST. KENT, CT 06757 (860)927-5241.

I'm still working thru a big box of yarn I got from my mom and from a garage sale.. but someday I'll buy something new ^_^

the village sheep in NM is a little too scary and pricey for me, not too friendly to a n00b...  Cry
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« Reply #28 on: April 21, 2007 10:17:44 PM »

I'm going to be starting at UConn's law school in a few months, so I'll be moving to the Hartford/W Hartford area.  Can anyone recommend a good LYS in this area?
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« Reply #29 on: April 22, 2007 10:06:22 AM »

west hartford has a relatively small LYS called sitnknit. Its in a relatively ritzy part, but doesn't seem TOO expensive, as far as LYS go. I went there.. three weeks ago?
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« Reply #30 on: April 29, 2007 10:18:06 AM »

I agree with previous posters that Saybrook Yarn is great shop for those living in the shoreline area, but if you're looking for the ever elusive Rowan supplier in that region, check out Yarns Down Under.  It's a cute little shop in Deep River, Right off 9.  The owner is really nice and very chatty. She's got a website with clearer directions than I could muster. 
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« Reply #31 on: June 01, 2007 08:01:24 AM »

I added this new yarn shop:
Yarn Knit All!
http://www.yarnknitall.com
26 Church Street
Naugatuck, CT 06770
(203) 723-9276

And deleted this one, which is closing at the end of the month:
Selma's Yarns & Needleworks
http://www.selmasyarns.com
493 Heritage Rd. Suite 4C, Southbury
(203) 264-4838 or (800) 654-4341

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« Reply #32 on: July 10, 2007 12:44:48 PM »

i am new here and a new knitter. if any of you are near the naugatuck area there is a knitting store there that is really great. 
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« Reply #33 on: July 11, 2007 07:45:50 PM »

am i going crazy, or is laceweight a weight of yarn? I was extremely erked when a woman at the village sheep in new milford insisted that sock was the lightest weight and i could use sock weight yarn for a lace-cobweb weight pattern!!!
not only that but they don't do returns, only store credit.
However I LOVE Marji's Yarn Crafts. I've been there three times (alot for me) and the owner is nice but not overly chatting (i hate people that you  can't get away from), prices are nice, suffcient supply of sock yarn, books, and just plan old sweater type yarns. they don't carry addis, but the owner told me that they had ordered them!
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« Reply #34 on: July 12, 2007 05:04:22 AM »

am i going crazy, or is laceweight a weight of yarn? I was extremely erked when a woman at the village sheep in new milford insisted that sock was the lightest weight and i could use sock weight yarn for a lace-cobweb weight pattern!!!
not only that but they don't do returns, only store credit.

I've heard not so great things about the Village Sheep from more than one person.. that they're not all that helpful (especially if you don't buy something. Then they'll drive you out of the store!)

it's a shame, I've been in there and they have good product ( and its really close for me) but I'd rather go someplace where the people are helpful and NICE
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« Reply #35 on: July 12, 2007 06:28:41 AM »

here is the site for marji's http://www.marjisyarncrafts.com/
forgot to post it last time.
They actually are having a sale starting today until saturday, and squid_ink, i live an hour away from marjis, and its worth the drive.
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« Reply #36 on: August 07, 2007 07:30:04 AM »

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I've heard not so great things about the Village Sheep from more than one person.. that they're not all that helpful (especially if you don't buy something. Then they'll drive you out of the store!)

I agree! It's such a shame that such a beautiful shop that has such potential has to be ruined by a nasty attitude.

Has anyone been to Knotty Girl in Fairfield? Now there is a shop owner who knows what she is doing! Everyone there is so friendly and down to earth. Whether you're working on a beginner project or some kind of mind bending expert project they are always so polite and helpful. The last time we were in the owner actually asked us to hang out, knit and eat DQ blizzards with them! They are so cool I can't help but sing their praises!
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« Reply #37 on: October 09, 2007 08:57:55 AM »

knottygirl is closing dec 1. shame. ugh, CT SUCKS. well the fairfield, bridgeport, stratford areas...joanns closed for the superstore 15 mintues away, all of the local art stores downtown fairfield are closed, feh....nothing crafty and good ever lasts here because there are so few of us. it annoys me that sh*tty bars and clubs stay open for YEARS but great crafty stores close within a few years or months.
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« Reply #38 on: October 10, 2007 02:23:51 PM »

No!! I loved KnottyGirl! If it was closer to me I would have shopped there exclusively. The owner is so cool and their shop is gorgeous! That sucks. I hope she has something else going on once its done. Sad
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« Reply #39 on: October 15, 2007 07:24:04 AM »

This was posted to S'nB Fairfield County:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/snbfairfield/

T-Party Antiques & Tea Room
2 Squab Lane
Darien, CT 06820
(203) 662-9689
http://www.tpartyantiques.com


> I'm a knitting teacher in Norwalk, where the Ragg
> Shop also closed.  Wasn't great for yarn, but if you
> needed a crochet hook, or a darning needle, it was
> at least close.  And Knit Together in Stamford
> closed, which wasn't my favorite, but it was at
> least there.  And now Knotty Girl, which is such a
> cool store. 
>
> I've been so frustrated I decided to
> open a Knit Nook--not a full-sized store, which I
> can't manage myself.  I am carrying needles and
> crochet hooks, notions, vintage buttons, some yarns
> (vintage and new, a small selection), and kits for
> smaller projects, mostly geared toward new
> knitters--as much as I can fit in a 5 by 5 space.
> All of it is inside the T-Party Antiques and Tea
> Room in Darien (662-9689), and most
> afternoons--Tuesday through Saturday, there is
> knitting going on in and around the Knit Nook. 
>
> If you need a larger store with a huge yarn
> selection, the Knit Nook may not do much for you,
> but if you want tea and scones and a nice place to
> hang out and knit, and maybe learn something new and
> pick up a few items you need, I'd love to see you.
> And I'd love to get your ideas about what you would
> most like me to carry in the Knit Nook.  There's
> also a monthly class schedule--short, as I do all
> the teaching myself--which is available by email, if
> you want to join the list. 
>
> I'm also hoping I can gather a small knitting
> community nearby and generate some interest in
> community projects, such as chemo caps and/or
> preemie caps at the local hospitals, etc.   (I've
> wished I could join in with the squares project, but
> I don't have evening time available for meetings.)
>
> I do like to keep up with what the group is talking
> about, and hope to hear from some of you.
>
> Joan Barere
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« Reply #40 on: October 16, 2007 05:50:15 AM »

Thanks editorgrrl, I may have to check that store out.  Afternoon tea, indeed?!   Grin
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« Reply #41 on: October 22, 2007 11:46:16 AM »

This past Saturday, I went over to Darien to check out that tea room, and of course, the yarn Wink  The store offers a very nice afternoon tea.  (One of the tea offerings was "knitter's chai"  Cheesy )  And there were some very interesting yarns (although there were a couple of skeins of Red Heart that looked... out of place).  Also, all sorts of pretty buttons, and some knitting needles, crochet hooks, etc.

One of the owners told me that they've started doing a "knitters' tea" once a month.  But it just does not seem worth the money.  Apparently, you get a petit afternoon tea (normally $11.95), and Joan, who runs the knit nook, is around to answer questions and stuff, or you can just sit and knit... but this costs $40.  If you don't need an expert's help, you're a lot better off going on some other afternoon, having tea, and knitting on your own.

Still, with so many yarn stores closing, it's good to see a new option available.
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« Reply #42 on: November 14, 2007 08:57:01 PM »

Quote from: ibunnysavetroy
and the crappy joanns off route 6 (which now that i think about it, only the cromwell joanns is nice).

have you been the the one in Manchester? or is that cromwell? I've only lived in CT since I was born, it's not like I know where any of the cities are Cheesy
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« Reply #43 on: November 15, 2007 12:11:06 PM »

the one in cromwell is nice- actually has a decent yarn selection - for joanns. I don't think I've ever been to the one in manchester...
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« Reply #44 on: January 09, 2008 04:00:15 PM »

The following was posted to the Nutmeg Knitters group on Ravelry:
http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/nutmeg-knitters/69992

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I got an email from Janet that she is closing her shop. Right now things are 20% off, her closing date is March 31st. She is also selling displays.

She had mentionned to me last summer that she was hoping to sell the business; I guess she did not find a buyer.

Janet Kemp LLC Fine Yarns and Needlework
2420 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 386-YARN (9276)

Directions:
http://www.janetkemp.com/page5.html
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