Tuesday, Wednesday ... 11:30 to 6:30
Friday ... 11:30 to 5:30
Thursday ... 11:30 to 8:30 (or so)
Saturday ... 10:30 to 5:30
Sunday ... Noon to 5:00
Monday ... Closed
The gifted Ellen returns for a second visit to Chelsea on August 11 and 12. Have you ever admired all of the hand-dyed yarn Artisán Knitworks offers? Much of it began life as undyed yarn at Ellen’s Half-Pint Farm in Vermont. Here’s your chance to learn how to do it AND to come away with your very own skeins in your very own colorways! (Last year's workshop was a great success. See a couple of photos on our Classes page.)
We are offering a three-day workshop on September 7,8,and 9 “Knitting Nature at Sharon Mills”with the brilliant creative knitter (and jeweler and crime author) Jane Thornley. This event – again mostly at the Chelsea Depot – will involve a field trip to Sharon Mills near Manchester.
More information such as pricing will be available in a couple of days. In the meantime, watch this spot. View Ellen's and Jane’s wonderful websites to learn more about these incredible artists and teachers!!
At Artisán Knitworks we all share the same goal: to make our place the friendliest, most welcoming yarn shop around.
Whether you are an absolute beginner or have been at it for decades, our sofa is your sofa -- our coffee is your coffee. If we're open, you're welcome to come in and knit, crochet, spin or just hide from the world for a bit.
It's that simple.
The Yarns We Carry …
We won't carry just anything. But, we can't carry everything. So, we carefully select the yarns we offer. Whether hand-crafted or mill-made, luxurious or value-priced, one word describes every yarn we carry: quality.
Life Is Too Short...
for lackluster yarn. Or, for that matter, yarns made by companies that exploit the folks who work for them or damage the environment. The same goes for things like needles, sundries (a wonderful word), knitting bags, and wearables.