Bellingham actually has four yarn shops, all different. Apple Yarns can be described using two words ‘high energy’!! Libbie & I were there on a Saturday, and the store was all a buzz — shoppers picking up yarn for new projects, knitters arriving for classes, a class had just ended and those folks were still milling about knitting. The store was full and busy.
Carmel had been doing pom poms on some of her Christmas knits and so I desperately wanted a pom pom maker. They had the pom pom makers in all sizes, so was definitely able to make that purchase. The owners were there, a husband and wife team, Andrea & Andrew. They are fun and positive natured people, just good folks. They know their town and definitely are a part of it.
One of the interesting things of the store was the step-up learning center, surrounded by the good light of glass and natural daylight. There was a huge table, lots of chairs, great light and the Try It tree with cubbies of yarn and needles. You could work with yarn and test drive if you will….you know, just to make sure you love it before buying a sweater quantities worth.
Here are some of the things that caught my eye….Manos del Uruguay, Debbie Bliss, Berroco Ultra Alpaca, CoBaSi Multi Yarn by Hikoo, Dyed In The Wool, Noro Kureyon, Pepperberry Knits & Sweet Georgia! See you at Stitch N Pitch Andrew & Andrea~