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new yarn shop. Tennessee
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Oct 3, 2012 23:05:05   #
sharonlee
 
Just got back from Fair Field Glade in Tennessee and found
a beautiful store called Yarn Patch. They have a large selection
of yarns and patterns. not to mention several models all
over the store. If anybody is in the area you really need to
check it out
 
Oct 3, 2012 23:11:01   #
grandmatky
 
What part of TN is the store located? Is it near a major Hwy?
Oct 3, 2012 23:19:46   #
sharonlee
 
it's north of I 40 1771 Peavine Rd. Crossville Tennessee.
Oct 3, 2012 23:53:39   #
grandmatky
 
sharonlee wrote:
it's north of I 40 1771 Peavine Rd. Crossville Tennessee.


Crossville TN home of Middle TN ST Univ. I'm going to have to check this out. Thanks
Oct 4, 2012 00:08:47   #
sharonlee
 
you are welcome, hope you enjoy it as much as I did
Oct 4, 2012 08:43:51   #
MaryanneW
 
We have a timeshare in Fairfield Glade and I've been to this yarn shop a couple of times. They are so nice, one of my yarn choices ended up not working out at all for the designated pattern (didn't have it with me) and the owner answered all of my questions and offered options on the phone when I got back home. So glad to hear they are still in business!
 
Oct 4, 2012 09:23:12   #
sharonlee
 
that's one thing I noticed how friendly and helpful the
girls were. That is what makes people come back.
Oct 4, 2012 11:44:58   #
angiesilcox
 
It is off I-40 Crossville, TN. Take the Peavine Exit #322.
Oct 4, 2012 11:46:58   #
angiesilcox
 
Thank for the advertisement! I hang out there every Wednesday for out knitting bee. Great store and employees! Store owner, Sherry, is marvolous!
Oct 4, 2012 12:49:12   #
LadyLibrarian
 
Wish I had some place to hang out like that..welcome from Arkansas.
Oct 4, 2012 14:27:19   #
sharonlee
 
make sure you tell her you saw it talked about on kp
when I was there on Monday, I told her I worked in a yarn
shop in Rockford Michigan, the gal I talked to (don't know
her name) was originally from michigan
 
Oct 4, 2012 14:49:40   #
MaryanneW
 
Where is the yarn shop in Rockford, MI? My daughter and s-i-l live in GR township and that would be close. Currently when I'm in GR I shop at Country Needleworks in Jenison which I really like but sometimes it's not convenient to get there.
Oct 4, 2012 14:53:22   #
sharonlee
 
we are at 30 Bridge St. right by the dam. If you have heard
of Red on the River Restaurant, we are two doors over
JT Stitchery and Yarn Shop
Oct 4, 2012 14:55:32   #
sharonlee
 
if they are near the E. Beltline, take that straight to 10
mile rd. do the Michigan turn around go west on 10 mile
to second light, Main Street (Independent Bank on corner)
turn rt. go to next corner, light, Bridge St. turn left you
will see Grand Cakes, Vitales, Sage and Roses then us
all on the left hand side of the st
Oct 4, 2012 15:24:23   #
GrammyLinda
 
Unless you're talking about another school, MTSU is in Murfreesboro. But....., having said that, we have colleges all over the place, big, little and inbetween, and I sure don't know about all of them.
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