- About Us
Visit Yarn Mountain for specialty regional yarns and handmade knitwear, and while you're here, join us for fun and workshops in The Knitting Lodge.
Regular Hours: STORE CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER. SEE OUR SPECIAL EVENTS.
The Knitting Lodge
Live "Knit Night" crafting hangouts. Workshops. Knit & Crochet Alongs. Connecting. Sharing. Shopping. This is NOT your grandma's knitting circle. (but we bet she would have a great time)
Join in locally or online here: www.plus.google.com/TheKnittingLodge.
The Knitting Lodge is open to all, and casual...just come as you are. Bring in your current project and join one of our lively groups or workshops in a cozy, casual atmosphere. All fiber artists welcome.
- Virtual Knit Nights, Tuesday & Wed 8pm EST
- TGIF Knitter's, Fridays 2-4pm
- Breakfast Club Hangout, Saturday, 8am EST
Visit Our Store
Address: NEW LOCATION, To Be Announced Soon!
Temporarily Closed for the Summer, We're moving!
Yarn Mountain, hosted by the Presnell family, began as Massanutten Hookery, a small crochet and blanket shop near Massanutten Mountain in Virginia. Now, relocated to historic downtown Harrisonburg, it is a gathering place for those interested in growing, serving, and sharing life together through the creativity of fiber arts. If you sew, knit, crochet, felt, or even make bamboo canoes, then stop in, find your niche, and experience the warmth of Yarn Mountain.
Connect with Yarn Mountain at www.plus.google.com/YarnMountain.
Christina is who you'll most likely meet at Yarn Mountain. Christina is inspired by the beauty and tranquility that nature offers. With a view of the Shenandoah Valley, and surrounded by the Blue Ridge and Allegany Mountains, there is a serenity here that is captured in her work. She retired from military service in 2008, after serving twenty years with the US Army. Her leadership, drive, and energy has helped to bring Massanutten Hookery from a daydream to a reality, and her stories are delightful and engaging. Christina's faith and compassion are evident as she leads women in various charitable works, and has said that her vision for Massanutten Hookery was that, "people won't just come here to crochet." True enough, Now knitters, crocheters, felters, weavers, and spinners gather at Yarn Mountain and in The Knitting Lodge from around the world to enhance their skills, grow together, and share life through the fiber arts.
Connect with Christina on Google Plus at www.plus.google.com/ChristinaPresnell.
Bunny pattern featured in slideshow can be found at www.twinsknit.blogspot.com.