Wednesday, October 28, 2009

We've moved!!

Our move has been under wraps,
and now the wraps are off!

We are thrilled with our new shop at 1044 N. Highland Avenue, a few blocks north of our original store. Just across the street from George's Restaurant and Highland Woodworking, our new space is light, bright and all on one floor. (We don't think anyone will miss the spiral stair too awfully much!) Easy access, plenty of parking and right in the middle of what we think is the coolest neighborhood in the city, we're very excited and eager to open on Thursday morning.

Nell and Kim (yes, she is . . . and due in February!)
are getting ready for opening day.

You'll find all the yarns you know and love as well as new ones for fall, needles, knitting bags, books, fabrics, and, best of all, as ever, plenty of inspiration and encouragement. Our farm table is ready and eager to gather knitters; classes and groups will meet as always. We look forward to seeing all our friends and welcoming new ones. Come see us!

6 comments:

Knitter in Alabama said...

Hurray! Can't wait to visit. The new location will be so much easier to visit.

Gotta Knit! said...

Excellent, excellent, excellent!

Knit Witch said...

So exciting! I can't wait to come visit the new shop. My husband will be so excited that it is across the street from the Ace!

Knit Witch said...

So exciting! I can't wait to come visit the new shop. My husband will be so excited that it is across the street from the Ace!

Knitch said...

We can't wait to see you too! Just to clarify, we are across from Highland Woodworking (as opposed to the Highland Ace Hardware that's a wee bit south of us, across from CVS).) It will surely keep many an otherwise potentially impatient partner plenty happy!

Amber Benton said...

Kim,

It was a beautiful, beautiful shop, and so inviting. The window displays were dramatic, and the natural light was just fabulous for seeing all the colors of the yarns.

Jared's workshop was such a joy, and thanks for all the work that you and everyone else at Knitch did to make it happen!

Wish you guys were my LYS!