#NeedleStoresoftheWorld: A Little Knitty
By: TNNA Editor
We’re approaching the second annual Local Yarn Store Day, and what better way to celebrate than with a new store highlight? Our March feature hails from Washington’s A Little Knitty.
Describe what A Little Knitty does best.
Owner Jen Reeves claims on the store’s site, “We might be small, but we have a huge heart for all things yarn related!”
A Little Knitty believes in supporting other small businesses, and tries its hardest to bring in locally or independently made bags, notions, gifts and more. As part of this support, the store’s indie yarn selection is constantly growing and changing. Jen and team also believe in giving back to their community. A Little Knitty is a drop-off location for Knitted Knockers, adult hats or scarves for The Auburn Food Bank, and infant hats for local hospitals. They are looking into adding Octopus for a Preemie (out of the U.K.) to that list.
What makes A Little Knitty unique?
We are a small boutique shop driven to inspire anyone — at any level — to learn more about their craft and expand their skills. We cater to beginners and young crafters.
Share a fun fact about your store.
We started with one bookshelf of yarn and we have grown through the support of our community!
218 E Main Street
Auburn, WA 98002
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