The Weaving WorksThe Weaving Works
The Weaving Works is Seattle’s oldest yarn and fiber arts store. Featuring over 200 yarns and fibers, as well as tools and equipment to make your fiber arts dreams come true, we welcome makers of every variety. We love helping our fellow handcrafters discover, learn and realize. We’re always eager to share our knowledge and expand our creative community. Please come visit us this year on your LYS Tour!
Check out our local handmade spotlight, featuring handspun yarn and Tom Bihn bags. Interested in dyeing? Feel through our un-dyed yarn and fiber sections. Looking for a special pattern? Scope out our walls covered in staff projects, or browse Ravelry on our dedicated computer station; we’ll help you find what you need! Curious about some of the different spinning wheels? Take a spin on some of our floor models. Come back and take a class in knitting, weaving, crochet, felting, spinning and more. Feel free to geek out and share your latest fiber adventure with us; it’s what we love to do!
Every year, we look forward to greeting familiar faces and meeting new members of the community. We love sharing our passion for yarn and hearing all about your amazing tour experiences. This year, we hope you enjoy your tour and fall in love with something new along the way.
We are located in an urban area of Seattle that is, like much of the city, in development. We are readily accessible by bus and vehicle, although we do not have dedicated parking. Please plan ahead. Street parking is $1 per hour. There are free parking options at the Park and Ride or at Roosevelt High School (after school and on weekends), both approximately two blocks from us. Click here for more details [insert link: https://weavingworks.com/pages/directions]. If you need a bite to eat, there are several great lunch and dinner spots in the immediate neighborhood from Whole Foods, to our darn good local burger joint Rain City Burgers or organic gluten-free Vietnamese at Bol.