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We are located at 560 Rt 42 Shandaken NY
Open from 10 - 4 Fri, Sat, Mon
Closed Tues, Wed, Sun,
Thursday will be reserved for studio days!
Contact us: 845-750-9295
Or check out our etsy page 
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MountainYarns?ref=hdr_shop_menu

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Sid comes to the store with us every day. He truly enjoys all of the interaction of visitors. He believes that everyone come to see him. He doesn't think the rest of the shop is important. Come and say hi to him. If you are a kid he will have a lot to say. If you are an adult he will just allow you to pet him and admire him.
 
Sid comes with us every day. He loves to be a part of everything. He is very social and loves to be talked to and pet. He is one of the friendliest cockatoos out there. He truly believes everyone comes to the store to see him. Children are his favorite visitors
 
   
 
 
Tina.......Owner and the luckiest person in the world. I get to play all day. That is really how I feel. Whether I am demonstrating or teaching, I love sharing what I do. I did not learn to love fiber arts until I became an adult. The short version of how this all began is....My mother got a few Angora goats and thought I could easily groom them for her........It took a few years but this all grew out of learning to shear. Now I spend my days weaving, spinning, knitting, rug hooking and dying yarns and fiber. It doesn't get better than this.
 
 
Sunnie, Sonja, Mutty, Mom     Whatever you call her .....She is my mom and the inspiration behind me. She visits most Saturdays to sit and knit with us. Her knowledge and ability to teach as well as create is amazing. She brings a zing to the table that can be found nowhere else.  Yes she used to come on Sundays but she is currently taking Emma to dog training. Those of us that know her well can not believe that she has a dog that is so not obedience trained.
 
 
 
 
 
 
We met Turid Murad when we opened the store. One of the kindest women I had ever met. We became friendly and I was blown away by her knitting. She grew up in Norway and still knits very traditional Norwiegan sweaters and hats. She hold two strands of yarn...follows a pattern and holds a conversation.....The pattern is in Norwiegan!  This is her newest sweater! Amazingly beautiful. She is currently working on two more that have been commissioned. If you want one of these works of art you have to get in line!   

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