|What Lifts You Wings|
|Breakfast at Biscuit Love|
|So many bars are on Broadway with musicians playing|
by the open windows
|Jack Daniels tour|
Craft South was the first place I visited. Opened in 2014 this store sells fabric, yarn, embroidery supplies and sewing machines, and offers weekly classes in a variety of crafts.
You can tell that each item in this store is thoughtfully chosen and beautifully displayed. Craft South has a good selection of yarn, including a variety of Quince Yarns and Camellia Fiber Co. yarn, which I did not photograph. I wish I had taken more photos of the yarn and fabric, and trust me when I say, I could have spent a lot more time (and money) there! Here's just a snapshot of a few things that caught my eye.
|A enormous wall of Koigu|
|Colour Block Scarf Kits (Manos del Uruguay Maxima)|
|Huge walls of material|
|The most gorgeous quilts were on display|
|Lots of stitching kits|
When I walked around this store I was in a knitter's shock...so many yarns (many which I had never seen in person)...it was a bit overwhelming. I love the size of this store, everything is perfectly displayed and there is plenty of room for the shopper to mill around. Come have a look:
|Brooklyn Tweed Shelter|
|Brooklyn Tweed Quarry|
|Plucky Yarn & Pop Beads Shawl|
|Old Rusted Chair and Woolen Boon|
|Woolen Boon Yarn|
|Yoth Yarn: Best Friends|
|Many kits were available|
I loved this one full of Isager Yarn
|Fringe Supply Co.|
|Waxed Canvas Field Bag by Fringe Supply Co.|
|Starting Point by Joji Locatelli|
|Feyre Shawl designed by Shannon Cook|
(knit in Cestari Traditional Yarn)
|Mason Dixon Field Guides|
|Spincycle Dyed Yarns|
|Watercolors knit in Big Bad Wool|
& Favorite Blanket knit in Berroco Modern Cotton
|Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze|
|Isager Alpaca 1|
There were so many more yarns, patterns and kits I could have taken pictures of. I was very impressed.
You know you have had a good trip when you are leaving and wondering when you can return. That's how I felt. I loved this city. We were there for five days and I feel there is still so much I want to see and do. If you want a fun getaway this is the place to go. If you are travelling to Nashville and have any specific questions please don't hesitate to ask.
If you enjoy reading about different yarn stores here are some of my favourite places that I wrote about on my blog (links provided): Tolt Yarn and Wool (Part 1 and Part 2), Churchmouse Yarns & Teas, Fibre Space, Looped Yarn Works, 88 Stitches & Ginger Twist Studio.