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The Fibre Nook

Your shop for yarn and so much more...

Hello Fibre Enthusiasts

We are an independent and locally owned yarn shop in Edmonton, Alberta. We offer a wide variety of high quality yarns and all the knitting and crocheting supplies you need.

We still have a COVID-related pause on our regular class & workshop offerings, but have reintroduced our One on One instruction possibilities. Go to the "Learning Opportunities" tab above for details.

We have over 20,000 Skeins!

The Wool Wanderers Find a Home by Deb Witwicki

Just follow the thread. At its essence, that is the work that we knitters and crocheters do. Whether we set off on some whimsical design of our own or use a pattern, we follow the yarn as the fabric emerges on its way to becoming something that is much greater than the sum of the stitches.
 
So, it is not surprising that this penchant for following the threads is how the staff of The Fibre Nook knit themselves together as a joyous and dedicated company.
 
Previous Fibre Nook newsletters have given glimpses of the story of the shop's co-owners Ros and Leslie as well daytime manager Clifton Price. Now we weave in Diana Crump and Sarah Rostron, both part-timers at the shop since its early days.
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Leslie was born in Manhattan and grew up in The Garment District, by Deb Witwicki

An active imagination might readily map the story from these iconic beginnings to Leslie’s current location at The Fibre Nook, where she is co-owner with Ros Gullickson. However, more detail is welcome for the delight of getting to know Leslie better and the need to dispel the obvious, but incorrect, conclusions this introduction might provoke.

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Knitter Nation, by Deb Witwicki

Knitter Nation, by Deb Witwicki

The image of European settlers trading cast beads for pelts with Canada’s Indigenous people is one that many of us hold from our school history studies. What is perhaps less well known is that one of the coveted items of trade was sewing needles.
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