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2018 Tampa Bay Yarn Crawl

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2018 Tampa Bay Yarn Crawl

Time to hit the road and do some awesome yarn shop hopping in our beautiful Tampa Bay region. Four days, nine shops, and 176 miles of fiber fun!  Download your passport, get it stamped at all 9 shops, and if you're a member of the Bay Area Knitting Guild, you can win an awesome yarn filled prize. Other prizes for partially completed passports will be awarded as well. Yarn Crawl Hours: February 8 11:00 am - 8:00 pm                               February 9-11 10:00 am - 6:00 pm...

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Ravelry: Too many choices?

Ravelry, the self described "place for knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers to keep track of their yarn, tools, project and pattern information, and look to others for ideas and inspiration" has done so much for the fiber lovers of the world. Captivating movements, like last year's Pussyhat project, or the 2012 Ravelympics controversy attest to the passion and power of our community.  In just 10 years Ravelry has grown to over 7 million members worldwide, 7000+ yarn stores, 117,000 descriptions of current and discontinued yarns, and over 700,000 patterns. And yet there are drawbacks. The Downside So when is too much,...

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Holiday Market

  We've got the space and we're gonna use it! Saturday, December 9 and 16th will be the inaugural dates for the Stash Holiday Market. If you'd like to sell your hand knit or crocheted items, or other gifts for knitters and non knitters alike, think soaps, jams, project bags, artwork, yarn bowls, etc. The fee to sell is $5 for every 10 items, paid in cash, in advance to Yarn For Peace and 10% of sales to Stash for credit card fees, POS entry, and advertising/promotion.  You do not need to be present for the sale, we'll take care...

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Hurricane Maria relief

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Hurricane Maria relief

As most of you know Shush was in Puerto Rico during Hurricane Maria. He had gone down to work and ended up staying to be with his mom. They were never in any physical danger but he was unable to return home for almost a week due to limited travel through the San Juan airport. He will be returning in a couple weeks to check on his mom and bring some needed items to her community. If you'd like to help here's how: 1. We will be collecting toiletry items at the shop. Needed items include deodorant, soap, diapers, tampons,...

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Hurricane Irma closures

Stash will be closed from Saturday thru Monday due to Hurricane Irma. Plan to re-open on Tuesday provided all is well. Stay tuned.  Open Friday 'til 6.

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