CommuKnitty Stash relocates to Main Street


CommuKnitty Stash has moved off the Sterling Highway and onto Main Street — 3581 B Main St., to be exact, between Napa and Homer Hounds. Store hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 1-7 p.m., with an 8:30 p.m. closing on Wednesdays. 

Handknitted and quickly sewn warm items for victims of Hurricane Sandy are currently being gathered to be sent to New York the end of this week. CommuKnitty Stash will pay the shipping.

While owners Jules Joy and Sarah Browngoetz are getting settled in at the new address, no classes are being offered. However, the new and bigger space means some new offerings, including a dye studio and workshops. Dye your own yarn, hold a dye party or talk to Joy and Browngoetz about the line of Alaska-themed hand-painted and dyed yarns they have in the works. Sign up for a CommuKnitty Stash email to keep up to date on CommuKnitty Stash products, plans and events. For more information, call 299-0601 or 299-4789, or visit the web at www.knittystash.com and Facebook.

 

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