All About Yarn

11945 SW Pacific Highway
Tigard, OR 97223

Regular Hours: Mon 10am-8pm, Tue 10am-7pm, Wed-Sat 10am–5pm, Sun 12-4pm.
Crawl Hours: Thu-Sun 10am-6pm.

All About Yarn strives to provide a wide variety of yarns, patterns, and classes for every level of knitter. Our helpful staff can help match up what is needed for a project and our friendly Open Knitting group on Friday afternoons gives our customers the opportunity to share ideas and inspiration.

Our stock includes color rich yarns from Abstract Fiber, Aslan Trends, Baah!, Berroco, Cascade, Classic Elite, Frog Tree, Knit One Crochet Two, Madeline Tosh, Malabrigo, Mountain Colors, Noro, Shalimar, Sirdar, Tahki Stacy Charles, Universal, Wolf Creek Wools, and one of the largest inventories of Plymouth Encore Worsted in the greater Portland area.

All About Yarn is located in Tigard with easy access from Highway 217 and plenty of on-site parking. We’re looking forward to seeing you on the Crawl!

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Saturday, March 1st: 1pm-3pm – The Stitches of My Life Designs Trunk Show. Meet owner and designer Debbi Stone and get a peek at her gorgeous designs! Debbi’s patterns are all inspired by “special people and events” in her life. Let her story inspire you this Crawl and all year long!

All weekend: All day – AA Harrison’s Ceramics Trunk Show. AA Harrison’s Ceramics’ yarn bowls will be on display and for sale during the crawl. These beautiful hand thrown stone/porcelain bowls are designed to hold your yarn while you work, so it doesn’t run wild around your workspace! These one-of-a-kind yarn bowls are not only highly functional, but also add a touch of whimsy to your home. Supplies are limited–so stop by and grab your favorite before it’s gone!

Special Patterns

Sky Bound Hat (knit)
by Kathleen Fajardo
The Tigard community hosts an annual Hot Air Balloon Festival each June. This colorful hat with its brown brim was inspired by these beautiful “flyers” and their iconic baskets.

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  Daisy Stripe Tam (crochet)
by Rose Rogers
This colorful tam is reminiscent of bright hot air balloons with its flowery lace pattern. It’s the perfect project for an adventurous beginner who wants to try out a bunch of stitches without committing to a large project, or for a more experienced crocheter looking for a quick, fun and stylish hat.

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