It works like this. First you purchase a Passport booklet for $5, which contains maps and coupons for all the Yarn Crawl shops. The first 250 passports sold will also come with a Yarn Crawl tote bag. During the crawl, you may go to as many or few shops as you like, but be sure to get your passport stamped at each shop you visit. Stamps earn you the right to participate in various raffles and more stamps = bigger and better raffles. We have prepared an Interactive Map of the I-75 Yarn Crawl for your use with a little information about each shop. You can get started by ordering a passport through the I-75 Yarn Crawl Website. It sounds like it’s going to be a lot of fun!
Today’s interview is with Cindy, owner of Alamitos Bay Yarn Shop in Long Beach, CA, a LYS with a great selection of yarns, a wonderful sense of community and weekly knitting cruises to boot (how fun is that?).
Can you tell us a little bit about your shop? What is the atmosphere like? Is there anything that makes your shop different from other yarn shops?
Alamitos Bay Yarn Company is located on Alamitos Bay in Long Beach, CA. where knitters and crocheters from all over So. California enjoy our weekly “Knit & Cruises” from spring through early fall. Imagine, two hours of cruising in an electric boat, enjoying lunch and wine while knitting and/or crocheting with your friends. Pure heaven!