Enjoy Our Free Parking

Many of our customers don’t realize that the store has a parking area. The lot is behind the store, with the entrance off of 83rd Street, and it’s free. You can use any of the spots not marked for a specific business. If you’re taking a class or attending an event, you can also ignore the 2-hour parking limit: Our landlord is fine with our customers spending as long as they need at the store.

Posted on May 14, 2016 in What's New | Comments Off on Enjoy Our Free Parking

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Join Us For the LYS Tour

Join Us For the LYS Tour

Join us Wednesday though Sunday, May 18-22, for the 11th annual Puget Sound Local Yarn Store Tour. We’ll be one of 28 stores from the Canadian border down to Kent participating in the tour, which features drawings, commemorative buttons, and free patterns at each stop. Pick up a passport at a participating store and visit as few or as many as you choose. Visit at least nine stores and participate in a special grand prize drawing. It’s five days of fiber fun! Click here for more...

Posted on May 14, 2016 in Events, Free Patterns, LYS Tour | Comments Off on Join Us For the LYS Tour

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Don’t Miss The Big Sale!

Our annual sale is this weekend, April 21-23. We’ll have 20 percent off all yarns in the store and 40% off a ton of clearance yarns. Doors open Friday at 11!

Posted on Apr 20, 2016 in Sale | Comments Off on Don’t Miss The Big Sale!

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The Fiber Gallery Is For Sale

Dear Customers and Friends: It is with very mixed emotions that I’m putting The Fiber Gallery up for sale. This business has been my baby, and for 12 years I’ve watched her grow and bloom. I will miss her terribly every day. However, babies grow up and parents move on to new phases of their lives. I will be 63 at the end of this year. The store’s lease will be up for renewal at the same time, so it seems a good time to make a transition. I’m hoping to find a new owner with energy and a love of fiber arts who will continue what I’ve started and make the business even better. I’m eternally grateful to my terrific staff and my wonderful customers who’ve made the Fiber Gallery part of their lives, too. Many of you have become dear friends. Our weekly groups have become a community, and a mutual love of yarn has led to close social ties. I’m never happier than when I’m sitting at the big table listening to conversations among our smart, funny, opinionated craftswomen. Don’t be surprised if you see me around the store even after the sale – I doubt that I will be able to stay away, whether as a teacher, a part-time helper or just a customer. Meanwhile, if you’ve ever had a yen to go into business, let’s talk! The life of a yarn store owner involves hard work and not a lot of money, but your days will be filled with color and creativity. Thanks, everybody, for 12 great years!...

Posted on Feb 27, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Fiber Gallery Is For Sale

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Summer Schedule Available

Looking for some new projects for the new season? We’ve got a brand new knitalong, a new class schedule and more. Check it all out here.

Posted on Dec 11, 2015 in Newsletter, Uncategorized, What's New | Comments Off on Summer Schedule Available

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Annual Hazel Knits Event

One of our most popular annual events returns this Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18, during our Hazel Knits trunk show and sale. Hundreds of skeins in a rainbow of hues will be featured, including one-of-a-kind colors not found elsewhere. You’re probably already a big fan of this Seattle-dyed yarn. If you’re not: What are you waiting for? These soft yarns dyed with deep, layered color are perfect for every project, and are fast gaining a national reputation. We carry a variety of weights, from worsted-weight Cadence to fingering-weight Artisan Sock. Come check out the best of the best this...

Posted on Oct 13, 2015 in Events, Sale | Comments Off on Annual Hazel Knits Event

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Sweet Root from indie-knits is our fall...

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A Sweet Fall Knitalong

Start with a form-flattering open sweater, add a border that pops with interest, and you have the Fiber Gallery’s fall knitalong, the Sweet Root cardigan. The sweater was designed especially for us by up-and-coming designer Cory Ellen Boberg of indie.knits. A Northwest design deserves Northwest yarn, and so we paired it with Imperial Yarn’s delightful sport-weight Tracie Too. Like Imperial’s other yarns, Tracie Too is spun from the company’s own herd of Columbia sheep raised near the eastern slopes of Mount Hood. It’s light and springy and a delight to knit. The knitalong kicks off on Saturday, September 19, from 4 to 6 p.m. We’ll draw for door prizes while you cast on. Cory and other members of our staff will be here to discuss the...

Posted on Aug 21, 2015 in Knitalong, Spotlight, Uncategorized, What's New | Comments Off on A Sweet Fall Knitalong

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New Fall Classes Online

Looking to improve your knitting or crochet skills? Want to try felting, weaving, spinning or rug-hooking? Searching for a group of social knitters? We’ve got it all. Check our Classes page for our class lineup. To check out all our fall activities, view our newsletter online here.

Posted on Aug 21, 2015 in News, Newsletter, What's New | Comments Off on New Fall Classes Online

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Dyeing In The Street

Join us this Saturday, August 8, as we drag our dyepots out into the street and rustle up a few batches of hand-dyed yarn. If you’d like to try dyeing, dress for a mess and come anytime between noon and 5 p.m. Or just show up and watch. In addition to our demo, there will be tons going on all along Greenwood Avenue as part of the the annual Summer Streets celebration. The road will be closed from 65th to 87th streets and you can wander among concerts, performances, and other mini-events on every block. Our parking lot, off of 83rd Street, will still be open. Click here for more...

Posted on Aug 5, 2015 in Dyeing, Events, What's New | Comments Off on Dyeing In The Street

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