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Our new location at 112 England Street is just a half block away from our current location (and we have better parking and our own bathroom!). We will close our current location at 4:00 on Saturday, October 14th and re-open on Saturday, October 21st at our new location for our 5-year anniversary celebration/grand reopening!

Our brick and mortar store will be closed October 15-20 while we move, but our online store will be open!
Fiberside Chats Return for the Fall!
Fiberside Chats

Launched in May 2020, Chats are one-hour Zoom sessions with special guests joining us to give a peek into their world. These designers & creators will discuss their unique path, creative processes, favorite techniques, latest projects, or whatever is inspiring them now. There will be opportunity for Q&A & other fun surprises like giveaways & pattern discounts for those who join! 
Upcoming Chats: 

Marie Greene
October 8th, 2023

The Joy of Yarn with Marie Greene

There’s often a big difference between the yarn we buy and the yarn we use – and some of us have an unruly stash to show for it. Raise your hand if:

  • You’ve ever felt exasperated and uninspired by your yarn stash (same!)
  • You don’t believe in yarn diets (ew, right?)
  • You have tons of yarn already, but none of it is the right yarn for your project (been there)
  • You’ve tried a zillion ways to get your yarn (and crafts!) organized, but nothing seems to work (the struggle is real)

Good news, you’re not alone! Join our special guest, best-selling author and designer, Marie Greene from Olive Knits, as she shares game-changing secrets from her newest book, The Joy of Yarn. She’ll share tips for mindfully investing in your “fiber real estate” and transforming a messy, overwhelming stash, into a lovingly curated “home” yarn shop that will inspire you. Say goodbye to yarn diets and say hello to The Joy of Yarn!

This is a live Zoom Event on Sunday, October 8th at 1:00pmng will be available for one week and shared with registered attendees only. 

Caroline Sommerfeld

October 22, 2023

Yarn! Making the world a better place with Caroline Sommerfeld

The intriguing journey of yarn production spans centuries. But what happens behind the scenes today? Join us as Caroline Sommerfeld uncovers the captivating tale of how wool and fibers traverse the globe to become the yarns we adore. This talk reveals the meticulous planning and partnership that goes into producing local and commercial yarns.
Moreover, let's explore the astounding variety of sheep breeds beyond the renowned Merino wool. Delving into heritage breeds and sustainable fibers, we unravel the rich histories and cultural significance they offer. As many of these breeds face endangerment, we, as knitters, crocheters, weavers, and more, possess the power to make a remarkable difference in the world through our craft!

This is a live Zoom Event on Sunday, October 22nd at 1:00pm Eastern, 12:00pm Central, 11:00am Mountain, 10:00am Pacific

This Fiberside Chat will be recorded - a link to the recording will be available for one week and shared with registered attendees only. 

Andrea Rangel

November 5, 2023

Knitting in Colour: Choosing Yarn for Colourwork

Do you want to know how yarn choice can impact your colourwork? Join Andrea Rangel, author of colourwork stitch Dictionaries, AlterKnit and the brand new KnitOvation for a discussion of how weight, fibre, preparation, elasticity, and plies make a difference in your finished projects. Andrea will share a peek into her latest book along with swatches and designs to show you what a difference the yarn makes. Choose yarn with confidence so you can make your next colourwork knitting project a success!

This is a live Zoom Event on Sunday, November 5th at 4:00pm Eastern, 3:00pm Central, 2:00pm Mountain, 1:00pm Pacific

This Fiberside Chat will be recorded - a link to the recording will be available for one week and shared with registered attendees only. 

Ready to sign up? Just click here to register directly through the Longmont Fiber Shoppe website. Select the chat(s) you would like to register for and  scroll down (not quite to the bottom) and select Center of the Yarniverse as your LYS.  

Monthly colorways:
Now available in SOCK and DK weights!

Knitted Wit HerStory -September
New Galoshes, inspired by Beverly Cleary

From Larajean: 
"Since it's back to school time, we decided to showcase one of our fave children's authors (who just so happens to have been a Pacific Northwesterner), Beverly Cleary! Beverly Cleary has been credited as one of the first authors of children's literature to figure emotional realism in the narratives of her characters, often children in middle-class families, giving children everywhere books that more accurately represented themselves. She found her way into writing about real children because of her own struggles with reading and with wanting to read when much of what she was given to read was uninspiring. It wasn't until she read a book about ordinary children and their adventures and struggles that she found her love of reading (and therefore writing)."
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Knitted Wit could not be more excited about this year's foray into books and authors for their 2023 HerStory!

Click here to purchase SOCK
Click here to purchase DK


Kim Dyes Yarn
Monthly Fiber
September 2023: 

Rose & Gold

Dyed on a blend of
80% Rambouillet/20% Tussah Silk, these luxurious braids are fit for Rapunzel!


Knit Tasting - try it, you'll like it! If you have never knit, or it has been a bit, Knit Tasting could be for you. No previous knitting skills required. In this three-session course you will learn a basic cast on, knit and purl stitches and how to bind off.

Cost: $ 60.00
Circular weaving has gained in popularity in recent years due to the accessible nature of the medium. When weaving in a circle, there's no need for fancy tools or complicated equipment. In this introductory workshop, we'll turn simple embroidery hoops into looms for a lap friendly craft.

Cost: $ 80.00
Are you hooked but don?t know where to start? Then this class is for you! Students will learn the basics of amigurumi, learn to shape little creatures, create different facial expressions, and dress up their creations. By the end of the classes you will be able to go home with this cute giraffe.

Cost: $ 100.00
Brioche is a fabulous colorwork technique that is both fun and addictive!

Cost: $ 130.00
Quickly learn all the basics of crochet, from how to hold the yarn and hook to crocheting all the basic stitches, including chain stitches, slip stitches, single crochet, half-double crochet, double crochet, and some specialty stitches. Learn: All about different yarns, crochet hooks and basic notions How to comfortably hold a crochet hook and the yarn Tips to working a chain loosely How to work in rows and rounds How to increase and decrease Complete several projects in this 5 week course!

Cost: $ 120.00
Learn and develop the basics skills of crochet - starting with how to hold yarn and hook and how to crochet the basic stitches. We then move on to increasing and decreasing, basic pattern reading, working flat and in the round. We will also learn about yarn weight and work with different types of yarn. This class will include several little projects to keep you interested, entertained, and challenged.

Cost: $ 120.00
In this Tunisian crochet class, you'll learn the basics about Tunisian crochet hooks and how to hold them when working Tunisian stitches. Learn 2 of the basic stitches for Tunisian crochet, how to cast on and bind off. Plus, start your first project!

Cost: $ 60.00
So you have the basics down, now what? In this class you will learn how to intermix different stitches to create patterns, learn about gauge (and why you should), different seaming techniques. We will use these techniques to make a sampler scarf!

Cost: $ 100.00
Know how to crochet but just want some tips/tricks? Or have you taken a class but then life got busy and now you need to have a refresher? This class is for you!

Cost: $ 70.00
Looking to learn a new crochet technique? This class will teach the Fair Isle technique. Learn the technique by making mug rugs the first week and put your skills to the test by making a beanie the second week.

Cost: $ 60.00

We are pleased to be partnered with Pam Grushkin - Virtual Knitting Classes
Our customers get 10% off all classes 
using this code:


Pam Grushkin Virtual Knitting Classesclick here to access classes
Save 10% off the yarn for your class when you purchase it from us  - just show us your class receipt.

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