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UP about twenty steps from street level - one handicapped parking spot in front.

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Mon - Sun:
12:00PM - 05:00PM

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by shantikamala on Wednesday, Jul 03 2013 at 11:47AM PDT

Very unhappy with this store. I've been several times and each time the owner couldn't be bothered to assist me. She just sort of waved me over in a vague direction. She was making some beaded jewelry at the time which appears to be her main interest. I couldn't wait to leave the store and will not go back. I'm not a pestering sort of person, very quiet and I think she didn't take me seriously. Either that or she was just tired of tourists interrupting her.

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by fiberholics on Sunday, Sep 16 2012 at 08:46PM PDT

Erica is the BEST! We visit regularly from Sedona. She inspirers constantly with new selection of yarns and patterns.
Always adding a new technique to try and teach.

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by Pam Chiang on Thursday, Aug 16 2012 at 03:12PM PDT

We made a special trip all the way from Sedona while on vacation. The owner was "not available" until next week and the nice lady working was not fully trained. The two model garments for which I wanted to purchase patterns and yarn were not labeled and the clerk had no idea on either. Stock included quite a bit of Habu and Rowan and was arranged by color. I had hoped to find some local yarn, possibly Navajo Churo, but without luck. It is extremely rare that I leave a store without spending $100 - $200 to support the local shop and my stash. We spent a total of $2.00 on an African porcupine quill to use as a shawl pin. Make the trip only if you have nothing better to do.

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by Gamera on Monday, Jan 18 2010 at 03:00PM PST

This shop is fantastic. The woman who keeps it is so sweet and she has such a wonderful collection of yarns- from locally handspun fibers to Kauni Effectgarn. If I lived in the area, I would definitely make a trip to visit regularly!

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by SunflowerCompass on Sunday, Dec 06 2009 at 03:33PM PST

What a delightful surprise in this cute little town! Visiting from Oregon, my guides weren't into yarn, so I couldn't stay as long as I would have liked. My advice to you is to send your friends off to other things and then you can stay for hours! I was entirely caught up in the lush, rich colors and the fabulous knitted samples! Erica was lovely and encouraging! This shop is definitely a must if your travels bring you anywhere near - a new favorite for me!

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by shoponthehighstreet on Thursday, Jul 02 2009 at 05:56PM PDT

This cozy little store is filled with gorgeous yarns and inspiring samples, all arranged by color families and lit to maximum advantage. They have a limited but still lovely selection of spinning fiber, and a corner filled with a small treasure trove of beads and beading supplies. The top-notch yarns are pricy, but not any more than they would be elsewhere, and there are some good, less-expensive yarns (like Sockotta!) as well.
The owner was pleasant and helpful without being overly aggressive in her salesmanship.
All together, shopping here was a positive experience and I look forward to an opportunity to go back!

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by counterculture on Thursday, May 21 2009 at 05:08PM PDT

A surprizingly large inventory and buffalo! The yarns are arranged by color. It's a beautiful shop and well worth the visit. The LYSO is friendly and knowledgable - an accomplished knitter and designer;)

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by Anonymous on Wednesday, Dec 31 2008 at 05:38PM PST

We visited Jerome today, and this shop and Erica were definitely one of the highlights! Her samples were beautiful, and I found myself wanting to make every one my next project. I finally settled on a scarf that used a new stitch for me--the cross-stitch. Erica took the time to show me how the stitch is made, and gave me several suggestions for other projects that could incorporate this stitch. It's a lovely shop, and well worth a trip!

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by juppidog on Friday, Nov 28 2008 at 01:28PM PST

This was an unexpected find and what a delight. Travelling with an 8 year old girl is a challenge in many yarn stores, but Erica welcomed us with open arms and we luxuriated in the selection of yarns, lots of which I had only read about. Incidentally my little companion is quite the knitter
A great store and experience, highly recommended

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