Welcome, Germantown, a yarn that reaches back through the history of US crafting to the early 1800s, when the name “Germantown” referred not to a specific brand of yarn but simply to good-quality worsted-spun wool spun in Germantown, Pennsylvania. Read more. . .
We are beyond pleased to welcome Why Knot’s Kat and Claire back to Spun on Saturday, December 1, to help us celebrate the season and mark our third birthday! Read more. . .
Corinne Hawari will join us for a Spun Sidekicks Happy Hour on August 4 from 4-6pm. We'll debut her new yarn and offer drinks and treats, and Corinne will also be bringing along a broader selection of her hand-dyed Hawari Bazaar beauties that will only be available in the shop that night. . .
Julie's first Summer 2018 Sweater Club sold out soon after it's release this month, but if you missed your opportunity to join you have another chance! Julie will be bringing her club to Spun for one weekend, and we'll kick things off with a happy hour July 6 at 4p.
Anzula owner and dyer Sabrina Famellos brings her whirlwind trunk show tour from Fresno, CA, to Spun! Sabrina's vintage suitcases are stuffed with her beautiful hand-dyes and copious sample knits. Many of the yarns are new to our shop and only here during the show.
Please join Spun in welcoming author and activist Krista Suh to Ann Arbor!
Krista will be at Spun on Tuesday, April 24, to meet fellow makers and activists and to sign copies of her new book, DIY Rules for a WTF World: How to Speak Up, Get Creative, and Change the World
Welcome Vesper Sock to Spun! We are excited to introduce you to this sweet stripey goodness, from Merino fiber sourced and milled in the US and hand-dyed in Southeast Michigan. Julia Vesper has been dyeing yarn since early 2005, creating self-striping colorways in cheerful five- to eight-color repeats that shouldn’t always languish under shoes. Please join us to welcome Julia to Spun for a Kerrytown First Fridays happy hour, from 4 to 6pm.