Pop-Up Shops from 2019

Whiskey Knits Fiber Co.

Explore the vibrant yarns of Whiskey Knits Fiber Co. this year at Purls & Pop-ups! Hailing from Everett, Taylor Xavier is the dyer behind Whisky Knits Fiber Co.  She has become increasingly popular in our region for her gorgeous color palettes, and we are thrilled to welcome her to Purls & Pop-ups 2019. Whiskey Knits colorways will be sure inspire your next fiber project. Make sure to stop by and see what the buzz is all about!

Forbidden Fiber Co.

With colorways inspired by popular culture and steampunk (not to mention Neil Diamond), Forbidden Fiber Co. yarn is awash in beautiful colors.  Make sure to check out this yarn during Purls & Pop-ups and get inspired!

Violet Valentine

Revel in the lively and fun colorways of Violet Valentine!  This local hand-dyer produces yarns that are perennial favorites here at Purls & Pop-ups.  Stop by, and stock up for your next project!

Seattle Sky Dyeworks

Seattle Sky Dyeworks is owned and operated by Kasteyl Lukes, a California native who found herself calling Seattle home in 2012. She finds solace from the (almost) never ending gray in the riots of color found in her yarns and accessories. Kettle dyeing is her specialty and creates a beautiful depth of color that is difficult to reproduce. Make sure to pick up some of her luscious colorways during Purls & Pop-ups!

PolyStitchery

As every knitter and crocheter knows, stitch marker are an essential part of any accessories pouch. But they don’t have to be boring! Add some joy to your project with stitch markers from PolyStitchery. Whimsical and elegant, these handmade polymer clay designs will bring a smile to your lips each time you use them. Don’t miss out on adding these beauties to your craft bag!

Fiber & Flame

Devin and Brittany of Fiber & Flame live on Whidbey Island with their daughter, two dogs, four sheep, three rabbits, ducks, and chickens, and make gorgeous accessories for fiber artists.  Devin has been working with glass since 2004. He first discovered lampwork at the craft center at California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo. He currently works on a torch set-up in the garage. This is their third pop up with us – make sure to stop by to pick some some knitting tools that will have you smiling all the way through your next project!