Our mission is to share and spread the love of fiber and craft to our community. Through classes, events, and in-shop experiences, we will help you create your projects, expand your skills and increase your enjoyment of the craft. We support crafting as an inclusive and welcoming space for people of all ages, abilities, ethnicities, genders, orientations, and sizes.
We are your Local Yarn Shop! We opened our doors in January 2013 as Kid Ewe Knot, continuing decades of Fiber Love in Bridgeville, PA!
Heather - Owner
Heather has been knitting since 2005. That was the second time that she took a class and it stuck! Maybe because she really wanted to have warm socks in her new home in Pittsburgh? Nothing is better than hand-knit socks! Heather taught herself to crochet in college. This is probably why she is a much better knitter than crocheter! Sandy has done wonders to improve her technique, but Heather still gravitates to dc, ch combinations. Favorite projects: Socks, Fair Isle, Cables.
Carly has been knitting since she was 13, she loves to brag that is now over half her life! A continental combination knitter, she loves to break peoples brains with how she knits. Ask her to show you! Founder of the Knitting Crochet Craft Club while she was a student at Point Park University, Carly loves to connect with all of the knitters she meets. She is our go to Ravelry girl, teaching us all how to get the most out of our Ravelry accounts. Her favorite yarns are her very own Ms. Knotty Yarns, which she hand-dyes in her kitchen and sells exclusively at Kid Ewe Knot. Favorite projects: Cables, Fair Isle, and quick hats for the snowy winters!
Chaining was the start of it all. Craig has been an avid crocheter since he was 8 years old. Then in 2017 someone told him to learn to knit, and it's been all she wrote since then. His favorite style of knitting varies from day to day. Some of his more recent favorites are: Slipped Stiches and Mosaic Knitting. He is a very big fan of anything and everything Manos del Uruguay, especially "Maxima".
Ellen was taught knitting basics by a friend's mom when she was in high school but became more serious about it after college. She also crochets and has taken up spinning in the last couple of years. Her favorite projects are brioche, fair isle, and socks! Ellen has never lost her love for Rainbow Bright and tends to gravitate toward any yarn with bright cheery colors and stripe patterns.