I can't believe another Metro Yarn Crawl has come and gone! We actually made it to 8 stores this year, but we still didn't make it to the store in Occoquan.
Nina, Mary, and I did the Maryland stores on the first Friday of the crawl, visiting Second Story Knits to pick up our totes (and some yarn of course).
We headed to Knit Locally's new location in Gaithersburg, where I scored some beautiful red yarn and a shawl pin. They have such luxurious yarns there, this is definitely for a project for ME!
Our last stop was at Woolwinders on the way home. Just like last year, it was a rainy, cold day, so what better to do than visit yarn shops and buy yarn! Actually, this year, even though it may not seem like it, I tried to concentrate on getting new gadgets that would help in using up my yarn. I will let this one speak for itself :-)
On the second Friday of the crawl (rainy and cold again!), Mary and I headed to Virginia. It was a real adventure out to Leesburg to visit Finch Knitting and Sewing Studio. It was worth the trip! Such a great store, and you'll be seeing my new gadget from there in another post. But here's a taste of the amazing vibe and decor.
Then off to Red Fox Yarns, where Uniquities used to be. The new shop is delightful, with an emphasis on baby yarns and reasonable prices! And you can't help but stumble upon a cute little stuffed fox everywhere you turn :-)
Our last stop was Nature's Yarns, where I scored a Della Q organizer for my knitting needles (haven't actually organized those needles yet, so no pix). Love that store; it's definitely a place where you could sit and spend an afternoon so comfortably...
On Saturday, I bribed the hubby to driving me to Old Town Alexandria for a quick stop at fibre space, and I walked on Sunday to Looped Yarn Works (for the locals, that's about 3 miles!). Another awesome Metro Yarn Crawl!