Portland, OR 97232
Regular Hours: Mon-Thu 10am-5pm; Fri-Sun 10am-5pm.
Crawl Hours: Thu, Fri, & Sat 9am-7pm; Sun 9am-6pm.
Come to Twisted and experience, first-hand, our carefully compiled selection of wonderful yarns, including (among many others) indie dyers like Blue Moon Fiber Arts, The Plucky Knitter, Knitted Wit, Hazel Knits, Three Fates, Blissful Knits, Lilliput, Twine, and Republic of Wool. Grab a hot cup of tea and knit on our comfy sofa surrounded by Imperial Yarn, Quince & Co., Madelinetosh, Malabrigo, Freia Fine Handpaints, HiKoo, Berroco, Brown Sheep Company, and Lang (again, among others). Visit us on the Rose City Yarn Crawl and see what all the fuss is about!
Prizes – every day
Write your name down on the sign-in sheets to be entered to win a long list of fantastic prizes from our generous sponsors.
PLUS, get a free gift bag filled with patterns, tidbits, notions, coupons and fun miscellany with every purchase over $50 (while supplies last; one per customer, please).
Thursday, March 3
JAMPDX Trunk Show
Enjoy JAMPDX’s wide variety of ceramic works of art. From yarn bowls to mugs you’re sure to fall in love with something from this local artistic duo. Jenn and Megan will be here from at least 10am-2pm on Thursday… and the trunk show will be up all weekend.
Sunday, March 6
PDX Knitterati Trunk Show – 1-4pm
Local designer Michele Bernstein, designer of the 2014 RCYC mystery knit-a-long pattern, will host a trunk show featuring her fantastic designs.
Featured Patterns & Yarns
Local Hotspots/ Where to Find
- Light Snacks/ Coffee
- 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.
- From I5 North or South, take the Broadway/Weidler exit east-bound. From I84, take the Hollywood/NE 42nd Ave exit to Broadway west-bound.
- Parking is on-street in this bustling shopping area – side streets are your best bet.