i’m moving to Park City, UT this summer. Is there any knitting circles in the area?
I’m in Utah - I live in Lehi (over the mountain from Sandy/Draper), but I go to the Unraveled Sheep every Tuesday. It is only about 15 minutes from me. I know of other shops, but I’m not sure about knitting groups or times.
Welcome to Utah!!
I just moved to Park City as well and am also looking for a knitting group and a line on some yarn shops. did you find group? any shops you would recommend?
There are 2 shops next door to one another in Sugarhouse, One is called Piper Quilts, I think, But they have a great yarn selection Then there is one on 33rd south and maybe about 21st east in the Ivy Place with really neat baby yarn, There is a cute shop in Sandy between 90th south and 94th south on 7th east, It is on the west side of the road and sits back in a strip mall. Kind of hard to see. There is one on Highland drive somewhere north of Cottonwood mall, but I can’t remember the exact address. It is on the east side of the street. There is one in West Jordan, It is called Three Wishes and is at 70th south and Redwood road, across from the Smith’s Store. Sometime in May or June, there will probably be a knitting shop hop that includes about 13-14 shops along the Wasatch Front. If you can get into one of the above mentioned shops, they may have info on it. I get into Three Wishes occasionally cause they are only a couple of miles from my house, If I remember, I will ask them if there is one this year and when.
Three wishes is also a spinning and weaving shop.
Hope this helps. I just joined today, or I would have posted a response sooner.
[COLOR=“Purple”][FONT=“Comic Sans MS”]I live in Bountiful. Is there anyone out there from Davis County?
I know of a couple of nice yarn shops, one is downtown SLC on South Temple, Black Sheep Wool Company. 430 East South Temple. The other one is in Bountiful, Hemstitched Heirlooms. 585 W 2600 S.
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I’m in Davis County
I’ve been to Black Sheep Wool Co recently, it was a nice little place. I also went to one other place, which was more of a drive, I can’t recall the name at the time. I’ve gotten a lot of yarn in the time I’ve gotten into knitting about a year ago, and like to balance out by buying some of it from local places.
I’m in the Tooele Valley but travel over to SLC for my knitting stuff. Well, I haven’t even started yet My first class is this Sat. at the Wool shop at the Ivy place on 3300South and 20th east. I’m so excited to start and I want to also get involved in a knitting club. I want to meet people with the same interest.
I am also looking for a knitting group in Park City, Ut. Anyone found one?
I live in Park City, want to get a group going? Even if its’ only the two of us? I live in the prospector area, and while I’ll be skiing a bunch with the season starting, I’d still like to get together so i can become a better knitter
I live in St. George if anyone is interested. I just signed up for a class through DSC.