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The Lion Brand Yarn Studio – So Much Yarn…

I’ve never seen so much yarn in my life. We’ve been working from sun up to sun down to get the Studio ready. In the last week over 120 cases of yarn have walked though our front door…that’s a lot of yarn! Yesterday we got most of the yarn up on the shelves. It’s beginning to look exciting around here.

Speaking of “we,” I thought I’d take this opportunity to introduce some of the team you’ll be meeting at the Lion Brand Yarn Studio.

James is the former owner of the beautiful Woodstock Wool Company. We are so lucky to have him. Originally from Minnesota, James loves color and has a soft spot for double pointed needles.

Will recently moved from Washington State, where he has been working in yarn stores since he was a teenager. Will loves Fair Isle; knitting socks on two circular needles and is not afraid to steek (a fear I am committed to getting over this year . . . taking scissors to my knitting still makes me break out in a cold sweat!)

Tracey was a dancer who has worked with Alvin Ailey. She’s a passionate crocheter and knitter who has taught knitting & crochet at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology, here in New York City). Tracey has spent the last week drooling over Vanna’s Glamour and Lion Wool.

Michelle comes to us from Washington D.C., where she had extensive event management experience. A sock knitter who has a freaky memory for color names, Michelle also loves to crochet, and she can knit a mean swatch.

As for me, I love cables & lace, and do everything on circular needles. I also love to felt!

So that’s a little bit about us. We can’t wait to meet all of you and find out about YOUR yarncrafting!

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  • Where is the Studio? I’m in NYC by day and would love to feature the studio in my Video Podcast LetsKnit2gether

  • I LOVE your podcast. I watch it on my ipod on the train. We are at 34 W. 15th Street (15th between 5th & 6th Ave.)

    Let me know when you want to set something up.


  • I’m so jealous. If the store’s a hit, and I’m sure it will be, is there any chance that you’ll open stores in other locations – like maybe Atlanta? So it wouldn’t require an airline ticket for a Lion Brand fan to shop there.

  • you probably get asked this all the time … but how does a person get to be a yarn tester for your company? THank you.

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