PinchKnitter YarnsPinchKnitter Yarns
Located just an hour north of Seattle in downtown Stanwood, our shop will make a great stop on your LYS Tour travels. We offer an incredible variety of selections from Plymouth Yarns, Cestari Sheep and Wool Company, Malabrigo, Galler Yarns, and Jamieson’s, just to name a few suppliers. And if you need to check your queue or favorites to make best use of your LYS Tour goodies, we have WiFi and Ravelry in-store pattern purchases!
Not able to make it during the LYS Tour? Join us around the table any time that we’re open, grab a seat at a Knit ‘n’ Knibble night, or take a class. Our staff is happy to help you with fixes or tricky parts of your pattern, help improve your technique and practice, suggest amazing patterns, and talk you through selecting the best yarn for your project. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon!
From Seattle (Northbound)
Go North on I-5, past Everett and Marysville. – Get off at exit #212 (“Camano State Park” etc.). At the stop light on Rt 532 take a left and go West 5.2 miles, to Stanwood. – Entering Stanwood you turn right at the stop light at 88th Ave NW. (Rite Aid will be on your right and Viking Village on your left), go straight North to the next stop sign at 271st Street (the Police station is ahead on the right,) and turn right (Eastbound). – PinchKnitter Yarns is about 200 feet along, on your right, at the crosswalk.
From Bellingham etc. (Southbound)
Take the Conway exit (# 221) off I-5, turn right at the stop sign at the end of the ramp. and head West. The main road bends around toward the South there. Follow that road (Pioneer Highway) several miles until you see it tend upward and to the left. – Continue on up the hill. You’ll pass through one four way stop and then, about a mile further on, you’ll come to another four way stop at Cedarhome Drive NW. – Turn Right on Cedarhome Dr. (becomes 271st. St.) and go down the hill, over the R/R tracks and onto 271st St. – PinchKnitter Yarns is mid-way down the block on your left. (At the South end of the cross walk)