Connecticut Yarn Stores - Yarn Shops in Connecticut
The Wool Connection
The Wool Connection in Avon has a good selection of yarn, patterns, notions, videos and more. Order online, by phone or fax, or drop in the store. Check the site and its blog for sales, and think about buying a discounted grab bag if you like that sort of thing.
The Knitting Niche
Located in Greenwich, the Knitting Niche carries more than 30 brands of quality knitting yarn. The shop also offers classes and sells knitting bags and other accessories.
Yarn Knit All
Yarn Knit All is a shop in Naugatuck offering yarn, tools and supplies to knitters, crocheters and needle felters. The website highlights classes and events, new items in the shop and the news of the local knitting guild.
Yarn LLC in New Haven has two locations, one downtown and one in Westville. The stores are clean and modern and just what you'd expect from your favorite local yarn shop. The website includes information on classes and current sales.
The Village Sheep
The Village Sheep, located in New Milford, carries around 30 brands of knitting yarn. Yarn, needles, patterns, books and notions can be ordered online, and shipping is free for orders over $100. Check out the sale outlet for bargain yarns.
Located in Stamford, Knit Together's website might not have a lot of information, but its blog reveals a spirited conversation about yarn, knitting and crochet, and a lot of people who are enthusiastic about creating with yarn.
Janet Kemp Fine Yarns
Janet Kemp's store full of fine yarns and needlework supplies is located in Stratford. The site had not been updated recently when I visited, but you can find store hours and some more information there.
Sit-n-Knit is a welcoming name for a yarn shop, and Sit-n-Knit in West Hartford is a welcoming place. Offering more than a dozen brands of yarn, as well as patterns, accessories and classes, you'll want to sit and knit, too!
The Yarn Barn
The Yarn Barn in Woodbridge is a shop for knitting, crochet, cross stitch, needlepoint and spinning supplies. The online shop mostly features kits, accessories and sale yarns. A blog helps keep shoppers up to date.