Tour of our shop!

Brick Alley Building

Brick Alley Building

 Our building is the first brick building on the river side when you get into Stillwater from the South.   The parking lot preceeding our building is FREE parking from November – May (even though it says pay park)  and if you can find a spot, the Brick Alley parking lot on Nelson Street behind our building is FREE all year long for our customers!

 

 

Darn Knit Anyway Storefront

Darn Knit Anyway Storefront

 

Lower Level

Lower Level

 Our lower level houses our boutique and our worsted weight yarn collections.  Our classroom is also on this level.

Lower Level Boutique

Lower Level Boutique

 

Counter Lower Level

Counter Lower Level

 
 
Upper Level top of the stairs

Upper Level top of the stairs

This is the upper level of our shop.  Our fabrics are on the wall to the right and our chunky and bulky yarns are in the cases on the left.  If you look closely, you’ll see the lounge in the back!

sock, fingering, sport weight yarns

sock, fingering, sport weight yarns

The other side of the bulky and chunky yarns is where we keep our sport, fingering and sock weight yarns.  You can see our kid spot in the back of the shop!

Kid Spot

Kid Spot

We promise your kids will be happy in our kid spot!  Chalk, color crayons, paper, cars, trains, books…you’ll get a good 15 minutes of shopping time in! 

Our Lounge

Our Lounge

If the kids aren’t quite ready to go…pull out your project or a magazine and put your feet up a while!

Upper level view from the lounge

Upper level view from the lounge

The tour is almost complete.  This is a view of the upper level from the back of the shop.  This shot gives you a better veiw of our terrific fabrics!

Lower level as seen from the top of the stairs

Lower level as seen from the top of the stairs

This is a shot of the lower level taken from the top of the stairs.  Our classroom space is through the opening on the right wall.

Our Classroom

Our Classroom

Finally our classroom!  We have plenty of room for classes of all types and sizes.  We are excited to have you join us!

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2 Responses to “Tour of our shop!”

  1. Jill Hicks says:

    you really have a neat shop. I am an avid knitter and my sister(Cathy) is in process of moving to Stillwater, mn and I am here in Michigan…she is a sewer and avid quilter. I asked her to ck out the shop for me and maybe you will meet her one day. I have been investigating the new “Black Thorn Knitting Needles” Perhaps you have heard of them and they are made from “stealth jet” materials and are the newest thing out. I spend a lot of time and $$ at my lys in Grand Blanc, Mi..Beyond the Rain Forest. It’s always refreshing to talk and all with folks of like interests. Have a great day! Jill

  2. Barbara Jackson says:

    I live in Clinton, Arkansas. We have no fabric shops and only a small yarn section in Walmart. Our closest store is in Conway, AR which is 40 miles away. I am thinking about opening a small yarn and fabric store. I see the pictures of your store and even though it looks much bigger than I can afford, I am very interested in any help or guidance you can give me. I did see where you said your time frame from idea to opening was only 6 months. How did you do it? I am a bit stumped on what to do first and how the steps go? Thank you so much in advance. Barbara Jackson

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