one, along with options to purchase at the store or from a catalogue? We had one in our town, but it was reduced to half size in the late 1970s and then left, replaced by a Big Lots store.
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That's another one I did not know. I wish these stores were still around. They were fun and had dozens of aisles of different yarns and too many crafts to name. Michael's is not bad, though.
We have a few JoAnn's here, too, in the suburbs, but I still cannot remember the name of the store I'm thinking of. I used to go to JoAnn's often when it was closer.
My curiosity is rising, Patty, as now I am following this question to find out what the name of that shop is, too.
I was intrigued by your question and just had to pop in to see the answers. I would have enjoyed shopping at one with a snack bar.
I just saw a catalogue for Herrshner's yarns and crafts that looks familiar, but their website does not mention ever having brick and mortar stores. The snack bar was fun, since it took hours to shop the whole place.
I have heard of Granny's Yarn Barn and think I saw an ad in a magazine for it once. The store we had used only a one-word name.