We will be open regular hours through December 24th.
Beginning Monday, December 25th we will be closed for winter break through Monday, January 1. We will reopen at 10 am on Tuesday, Jan 2nd.
Please note that while orders can be placed online during this time, we will not be open for pick up, or shipping packages during our break.
All Wound Up has so much to offer you!
Our goal is to educate customers with incredible classes,
inspire your creativity with hundreds of samples featuring a wide variety of techniques,
and offer a space where you can develop friendships with other crafty people.
Use the links below to navigate to some of our offerings!
Fiberside Chats This Autumn
We love Fiberside Chats because they allow us to personally connect with inspiring designers and skilled educators in the knitting and crochet world.
Spend an hour over zoom with the people who inspire you! And watch the recording if you can't attend live.
In the next lecture, Nancy Bates (author of Knitting the National Parks) talks about her newest book Knitting California! She'll share the inspiration, and sometimes challenges, that went into designing hats that capture the spirit of California but still speak to everyone. We'll talk about color and texture and the joy of taking an existing design and turning it into a personalized project that reminds you of your home.
Learn more and register by clicking HERE.
Sunday Sweater Spotlight
Ready for another round of Sunday Sweater Spotlight? We have a new display of beautiful sweaters knit by Jen and Kathy up in our shop, now through December 10th.
Deb Pullover by Amanda Kafta is delightfully sparkly, perfect for the holidays. This is a fast, bulky knit that flies off the needles. You can use a bulky weight (like Berroco Wizzard) or hold fingering weight yarn along with mohair or lace. For our samples, we held a strand of Brillino which sparkles beautifully! The two on the left are a size 3 with extended length. The shorter one is a size 2, knit to the pattern.
We encourage you to come see these beautiful sweaters in person, and feel how soft and lovely the yarn works up. Ask a staff member to help you pick out the right number of skeins for your size!
Ongoing Charity Projects at AWU
We collect hats for local chemotherapy patients. They can be any size, color, or pattern, but must be made with yarn that has no acrylic or wool. We recommend cotton, bamboo, and silk blends.
Bamboo Pop is our shop favorite for chemo hats.
We often have free skeins available for chemo hat projects. Just ask the next time you come in.
We also collect accessories and garments of all kinds for Clothes for Kids. These can be made in any washable fiber. Items in masculine colors and larger sizes are especially appreciated as they are not donated as often. Teens also receive gifts from Clothes for Kids - not just younger children.