Bainbridge Island

I always head straight to the ferry terminal and Bainbridge Island when I arrive in Seattle.

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Churchmouse Yarn and Teas is the shop where I bought my first knitting book and I visit whenever I’m in the area.

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They even wound my yarn — I love shops that do that!

5 thoughts on “Bainbridge Island

  1. Flatlander (Linda)

    I haven’t had the opportunity to visit in person but get their e-mail newsletter and read every letter of it … such an interesting place with the COOLEST patterns. Love their cups/mugs and dishes with sayings on them, too … enjoy your visit there … would love to be with you!

  2. Pat C in Washington

    Hey you’re in my neck of the woods! Of course since I live in the Seattle area I hardly ever take the ferry 😀 Have a nice stay – the weather is supposed to be fairly decent.

  3. Lori-Marie

    Hello,
    Looks like a beautiful place to visit and love the yarn shop! 🙂
    Just a quick question…do you do the long-arm quilting for others?
    Just looking around as I am needing one done as a special gift.
    Blessings & enjoy your travels
    ~Lori-Marie 🙂

  4. Penny G

    I pulled my class notes out from my beginner knitting class. Maybe I need to visit a store like that one and get the bug back.

  5. Sandra Clarke

    Don’t forget Pink Chalk Fabrics is there too. I have never been t the island but hope to go one day.

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