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The Yarn Truck

  

Meet “Geraldine” the Knitting Addiction Yarn Truck!!

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 So what exactly is a Yarn Truck?? “Geraldine” is a mini version of Knitting Addiction, on wheels.  We are fully stocked with yarn, needles, notions and exclusive Knitting Addiction patterns.  And, we are ready to get on the road and come to you!  The Yarn Truck has been a great success at fiber festivals, knitting retreats, art shows, community events and even in a couple favorite church parking lots.  If you have an event that you would like to have the Yarn Truck come to please let me know.  We try to stay within a couple hours of home, but we have gone as far north as Berryville, VA and Easton, MD. 

Here's our current schedule: *wow did this need to get updated!!

 **Dates are added as they get scheduled

 

 April 28 Powhatan's Festival of Fiber 10-5

3920 Marion Harland Lane

Powhatan, VA

 

 

May 12, Cotton Fields Quilt Shop 10-3

 

3751 Wharton Station Rd, Washington, NC

 

June 16, St. Bride's Feed and Farm, Chesapeake VA

356 St. Bride's Rd E, 10-3

 

June 23, Dances with Wool, Midlothian, VA

1229 Sycamore Square, Midlothian 11-5

 

 

September 28, Pamilco River Quilt Show

Washington, NC 

 

September 29-30 Shenandoah Valley Fiber Fest

 

Clarke County Fair Grounds

 

890 W. Main Street

 

Berryville VA

 

October 26-27 Twin Rivers Quilt Show

New Bern, NC

 

Jeanne@KnittingAddiction.com

Store Phone: 252.255.5648

www.knittingaddiction.com

 

 

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