Portland, OR 97232
Regular Hours: Mon-Sun 9am-8pm.
Crawl Hours: Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun 9am-8pm.
Come to Twisted and experience, first-hand, our carefully compiled selection of wonderful yarns, which includes (among many others) indie dyers like Blue Moon Fiber Arts, The Plucky Knitter, Knitted Wit, Hazel Knits, Three Fates, and Blissful Knits. Grab a hot cup of tea and knit on our comfy couches, surrounded by Imperial Stock Ranch, Quince & Co., Madelinetosh, Malabrigo, Swans Island, Brown Sheep Company, and Lang (again, among others). Visit us on the Rose City Yarn Crawl and see what all the fuss is about!
Thursday, February 27th:
- 12noon-4pm – JamPDX Trunk Show. Check out beautiful, locally-made ceramics from JamPDX. JamPDX girls, Jenn and Megan, will show you their hand-thrown and painted yarn bowls, the best coffee/tea mugs you’ve ever used, as well as other gorgeous hand-made ceramics.
- 12noon-4pm – Imperial Stock Ranch Trunk Show. Meet Jeanne Carver, the force behind Imperial Stock Ranch and Imperial Yarn. Check out garments from Imperial Yarn’s newest collection and find out for yourself what a gem this Oregon company is all about.
Friday, February 28th: 12noon-4pm – Blue Moon Trunk Show. Once in a Blue Moon do you get an opportunity to discuss color with the Queen, Tina Newton from Blue Moon Fiber Arts. She’ll be at Twisted, along with a plethora of garments and inspiration.
Saturday, March 1st: 9am-8pm – Spotlight on some very Twisted kits. Let us do the shopping for you – we’ll have oodles of ready-to-grab kits put together for your crafting pleasure.
Sunday, March 2nd: 12noon-3pm. Knitted Wit Trunk Show. Join Lorajean Kelley and little Frances Jean of Knitted Wit for a color exploration. Oodles of garments will be on display for your end-of-the-crawl-weekend inspiration.
All weekend: Gift bags. All purchases over $50 get a free gift bag packed with goodies like patterns and notions. While supplies last & one per person, please.
All weekend: Prize drawings. Bonus drawings (several a day) with winners randomly selected each day from the sign in sheet.
All weekend: Relaxation station. Sit down for a moment on our comfy sofas while you enjoy a selection of free snacks and drinks.
|Margaret Sullivan’s Shawlette (knit)
by Shannon Squire
Twisted’s neighborhood, Sullivan’s Gulch, is named after Timothy Sullivan, who was a world-class traveler until settling in Portland, building his homestead, and inspiring a neighborhood to be named after him. He met his wife, Margaret, in Tasmania in 1841. This shawlette seems the kind of thing a globe-trotting, practical 1800s woman would throw on to head out to tend to the chickens.
|Sullivan’s Spring Shawlette (crochet)
by Shannon Squire
Sullivan’s Spring was located near Timothy and Margaret’s cabin and became a popular site for picnickers. A mural depicting this bucolic scene appears on the outside back wall of the pub at 1700 NE Broadway. This granny circle crocheted shawlette would be the perfect thing to throw on when heading for a picnic in your favorite Portland neighborhood.
Local Hotspots/ Where to Find
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- Light Snacks/ Coffee
Costello’s Travel Caffe
2222 NE Broadway St
Portland, OR 97232
- A Yummy Meal
- Non-Knitting Shopping
- Non-Knitters Hang-out
Rose & Thistle Pub
2314 Northeast Broadway Street
Portland, OR 97232-1611
The #17, #70, and #71 Buses all stop at 24th & Broadway.
The closest MAX stop is at Lloyd Center, which is a bit of a walk – about 15 blocks.
Parking is on-street in this bustling shopping area – side streets are your best bet.