Spoil the stitcher in your life with one of these fun gift packs! Even though we know she may not need more yarn, there’s always room for a little something in her stash…
Tim Eads project bag, $42 | Shelli.can pin, $10 | The Laundress wool spray, $10
Llama in Sweater pin, $11 | Handmade stitch markers, 5 for $6
Tim Eads made a splash at Vogue Knitting Live with sustainable, modern project bags. We’ve paired this with a couple of cute pins, beautiful handmade stitch markers, and our newest addition from the Laundress, wool spray, to keep the moths away from precious natural fibers.
Breakfast in Bed
Donut Pom maker, $18 | Shelli.can pin, $10 | Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply toes in Caramel Cafe, $10.50
It’s no secret moms love being treated on their special day and what better way than to give them a few fun, food-themed notions with their actual breakfast in bed?!
Chicken Boots project bag: $22 | Handmade stitch markers: 5 for $6 | Fibre Space needle gauge: $8.50 Little Seed Farm lip balm: $8 | Susan scissors: $12 | Wrist ruler: $22
Does your favorite stitcher love collecting cute notions to make their fiber time just a little more fun? This is the perfect set for them! We’ve paired a cute Chicken Boots project bag with some of our favorite and best selling notions including the beloved wrist ruler in our custom color, the charming Susan scissors for all their snipping needs, lip balm from staff favorite Little Seed Farm, and a few other fun goodies.
Hiya Hiya Interchangeable Needles Set, $82.50 | Miss Babs Yummy 2-ply (color is Morticia), $28 | Handmade Stitch Markers, 5 for $6
Our last set is small but mighty. HiyaHiya needles have a loyal following and for good reason. They are perfectly sharp with flexible cords that knitters love. We’ve paired this beautiful set complete with lovely brocade case with handmade stitch markers and an exquisite skein of fingering yarn from Miss Babs.
Danielle is the owner of the fibre space shop and has been knitting since the age of six or so, when she completed her first project – a Cabbage Patch doll scarf. A Pittsburgh native with a degree in international development, she moved to the D.C. area to find a job and quickly established a career in non profit management and fundraising. For extra cash, she decided to turn her hobby into a job and taught knitting classes in the evening at area shops. With a heavy dose of sarcasm and a tough love style of teaching, Danielle quickly developed a following of students – busy D.C. professionals looking for a creative outlet. In October 2006, she struck out on her own with Knit-a-Gogo, Inc. – offering knitting classes and events all over the D.C. metro area. Before she knew it, Knit-a-Gogo had grown out of control and Danielle moved to the next natural step – a full service yarn shop. In July 2009 fibre space was born and has been rockin’ ever since. When she isn’t behind the counter with a mocha in hand and her kiddo Madeline at her side, Danielle is hanging with her hubby or lobbying for small business needs at City Hall.
fibre space™ specializes in unique yarns and fibres from hand dyed, independent, local and U.S.-made sources for knitting, crochet & spinning. Enjoy our wide selection of classes, designer workshops, yarn tastings, movie nights & more. Join the community in our comfy lounge, and let the helpful staff at fibre space™ get you started on your next handmade creation!