Wednesday, April 18, 2012


The view inside ...

Stitch Therapy is relocating to the Dekalb Market at the end ofApril. The new location with  adjusted business hours will open the second week of May.  But, before we move please drop by to say goodbye to the backyard and enjoy the moving sale: back issues of your favorite magazines for $1, books at 25% off, most printed patterns $0.25 each, and the cubbies made from solid wood are for sale. 
Packing up and moveing forward.
The last shopping day at the current location is Sunday, April 29th.  I have a counter that I would donate to charity or a charter school or it could be an island for a large kitchen.
New Location:
138 Willoughby Street (@Flatbush Ave),
(Shipping Container #57)
B, Q, R Trains to Dekalb Ave
Telephone: 718-398-2020

New Retail Hours
Thursday--Sunday, 11am - 7pm
Stitch Therapy classes will continue in the new space “a-la-carte” and in Park Slope at the Noella Bar, 72 Seventh Avenue, between Lincoln and Berkley Place, as per the class schedule, more class locations coming.  Plan to learn the “magic loop” and “socks “this fall.
The move is exciting new yarns and exciting endeavors in classes in knit and yarns, I look forward to seeing you soon!

Save the Date:  October 6, 2012
logo designed by Antonio Limauco
Besides the move, you can look forward to the "Kings County Fiber
Festival", Brooklyn's first fiber exposition on October 6, 2012.
Stitch Therapy and the Old Stone House are planning a full-day event
including a marketplace for independent fiber artists from the
tri-state area, a symposium on spinning and dyeing, an art exhibit,
food stalls, and lots of fun!

Modular knit blanket with a reversed single crochet edge.

Natural fiber artists and vendors will bring materials for crocheters, dyers, felters, knitters, quilters, spinners, and weavers, using fiber as an integral material. Charity knit/crochet donation bins for hats, cowls, fingerless gloves and mittens will be
on display! Our goal is to raise awareness of both historic and contemporary approaches to fiber art.

If you are on my email list I will keep you updated on the event.



  1. Really i am impressed. What a wonderful presentation.Now i am happy.Thank You

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