The Southwest’s leading source of fiber art supplies: quality yarns, supplies for spinning, weaving, knitting, felting and crocheting, as well as wool & exotic fibers, fiber dyes, hand- made fashions and more.
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Our next NAVAJO WEAVING WORKSHOP with Barbara Ornelas and Lynda Pete is scheduled for March 11-13, 2017. This class is full, however we will be scheduling our October class soon. If you are interested, call and get on the list.
THE NEXT SOCKAHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING IS SAT., March 18 FROM 10:30-12:00.
Please note: The ladies at the Feb.meeting voted to change the meeting date from the first Saturday of each month to the third.
Come and meet fellow sock-knitting enthusiasts, exchange patterns, ideas, and techniques in a friendly, welcoming environment. There is a one-time $10.00 fee to join, which gets you a notebook for your patterns and the members-only 20% discount on the sock yarn of the month.
We provide a shopping experience you cannot get from shopping on-line. We are here to assist you with your choice of yarn, spinning wheel or loom, or fiber. Grandma’s wants to help you find the perfect product for whatever you are making, so you can have a successful crafting experience.
Grandma’s Spinning Wheel provides classes to enhance and expand your fiber arts related expertise. We are always ready to give you friendly, personal and expert service and advice. Our store provides a relaxed atmosphere, so you can engage in your fiber-related activities free of charge any time we are open. Join us for, “After Hours at Grandma’s” on Wednesday evenings, and “Grandma’s Thursday Fiber Time,” every Thursday afternoon. We also offer reasonably priced walk-in knitting and crochet instruction Tuesdays, Thursday.
Knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving and felting are tactile, as well as visual art forms. A trip to Grandma’s reveals a myriad of colors and textures you can accurately evaluate with all your senses. Our TKM (try knitting me) program gives you the opportunity to knit a row or two of many of our hundreds of different yarns so you can evaluate how they feel in your hands.