Almost time for WoolWinders Annapolis!

Janet Tate

We've been planning and preparing for the Annapolis shop for quite some time and cannot wait to open the doors in a couple days! Here are some pictures of the journey to opening the sister shop - we cannot wait to take the next sets of pictures of the shop open with all of you there! Looking forward to seeing you at Rockville and Annapolis soon!

Sold! Frame is going up!  Knitting Table!  Builders are working hard  Swoon  Window signage! Annapolis Hank!

BTW - be sure to check it out... Annapolis shop will have a WoolWinders Hank the Sheep in the window! 

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Introducing Annapolis!

Janet Tate

Have you heard the news? We're opening a second WoolWinders Yarn Shop in Annapolis, Maryland! The Annapolis shop will be a sister store to our main shop in Rockville, Maryland. We are looking forward to bringing the WoolWinders Safari, project, and technique classes to the Annapolis area, and continuing to bring your favorite and new yarns to both Rockville and Annapolis shops. The sister shops will be a way for us to continue to serve and expand our fiber community!

Annapolis soft opening information

Doors open for the brand new WoolWinders Annapolis shop on Friday, May 19th at 11am. We'll be open for regular business hours on Friday and Saturday (11am - 6pm) with the same services as WoolWinders Rockville that you have come to enjoy (classes, yarn selection and pattern assistance).

Then, on Sunday, May 21st we'll have a Meet n' Greet where you can come and meet the Annapolis shop staff! Who knows, you might see some of the Rockville staffers here too! So come by to say hello!

The next couple of blog posts will feature additional information about the WoolWinders expansion. So be sure to check back for more info! 

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Spring Cleaning to Spring Knitting

Ariel Brandt Lautman

...And, with the spring cleaning and organizing bug still flitting about my house, I decided it would be a great time to build up a supply of wash and dishcloths. It has been so much fun! I've always taken to heart something I read in Mason Dixon Knitting - that it's important to get over the "precious knits" early - knit things that you'll use, wear, and love.

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