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Welcome to Longmont Yarn Shoppe

Hours: Monday 12 - 6pm, Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 6 pm, Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 12 - 5 pm
WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY MAY 27th for Memorial Day
Have a safe and Fiber Filled day!
454 Main St.
Longmont, CO 80501

What's Happening at Your LYS

Welcome to LYS, your cozy and friendly Yarn Shoppe located in the heart of downtown Longmont! 

We are excited for Wool Market June 8 & 9 in Estes Park!
Two days filled with fiber, fun and friends, LYS will once again be at Estes Park Wool Market in the Vendor Area.  We will be featuring some favorites you've come to love, along with some new products you've never seen before!  Join us as we host the Hand Dyed goodness of Jennifer Miller of Theodora's Pearls and her newly minted Autumn in Taos shawl Kits. 
StoryTeller Wool is teaching at Wool Market!  They also will be featured at our booth with some new knits and inspiration, as well as a Make and Take opportunity.  Don't forget Going Gnome products!  Kids of all ages love crafting with Going Gnome Needle Felting Kits and Products!



The Month of May  Kicks off our Demo Days program at LYS.  Visit LYS each week between Memorial Day and Labor Day for an opportunity to try new techniques and notions and get a punch on our Demo Days card.  Accumulated punches earn you Bandit Bucks to be redeemed in September, and the chance to win a 100.00 Gift Certificate to LYS!! 

2019 Park Wanderer Program
Our 2019 Park Wanderer Program kicks off its 3rd year of visiting National Parks around the US with our Knit and Crochet Themed kits. This year the opportunity will be extended for those who do Needle Point and Punch Needle! SIgn up by May 3rd for the Early Bird Rate!  Registration closes May 12th at Midnight!  Don't delay! Details and registration are here!


Wyoming Retreat May 30th - June 2nd!
It's time to prepare for a road trip to..........Buffalo, Wyoming!  Yes folks, by popular request we are headed back to Wyoming for some fiber fun, yarn dying, boot stompin' in the Saloon and even a farm tour at the end of May!  Details and registration are here!  Sign up early- there are limited spots on this retreat!  

Featured Events

Special Guest Instructor Isabell Kraemer!
May 7th and 8th 2019, German knitwear designer Isabell Kraemer visits Longmont Yarn Shoppe.

Wyoming Retreat
Join us May 30th thru June 2nd for this wild west retreat in Buffalo, Wyoming!
Park Wanderer Yarn Club 2019
The Park Wanderer Yarn Club is back! Knit, Crochet, Needlepoint or Punch Needle Rug Hook your own adventure!

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See What Our Friends are Saying

Sandi is an excellent teacher who spends time making sure each student understands all concepts and has time to ask questions. Do not cast on before going to the first class! You will learn information that first night you will want to incorporate. Sandi is also willing to answer questions via text or email and is so helpful if you drop by the Shoppe with any issue/question you may have. This class has truly been an exceptional value when I see what I've accomplished and learned. You will come away with new confidence and knowing that you can now enjoy making sweaters on your own for yourself and others and have the knowledge to customize the fit!"

When I saw the Custom Class being offered at LYS, I thought, 'this is my chance to not only make a sweater, but make a sweater that might actually fit.' Being a self-taught knitter, Sandi taught me tips, gave great advice, and guess what gang... I have a sweater that fits, and I can proudly wear... And I love knitting! I recommend this class to anyone, but especially someone who is unsure of their ability to create a sweater. Sandi has lots of patience and gives one the encouragement to overcome the doubt that you, too, can make something from start to finish.”

Kris is a knowledgeable, patient and fun teacher. We are all very pleased with our clogs, and will certainly be scheduling another class—I think socks are next!"