Hey everyone! Today I’ll be talking about where do I typically purchase yarn from. As any crocheter knows, you need to have lots of yarn on hand for any projects you are working on. Everyone has their favorites, but these are some of the places where I find I frequent the most when I need to pick up some more yarn.
I like to go here as it’s pretty close to my house. However, I do stop at other Joann Fabric locations if I’m in the area. Sometimes other stores have different variety those other stores might not have, so it is good to check out as many as possible if they are in your area. The one near my house has a small yarn section, unfortunately, which is why I sometimes prefer to go to other bigger locations. I’m signed up for their mailing list as well as their email list, so I’m constantly getting bombarded with coupons. In store, you are able to use multiple coupons per transaction, as long as it isn’t the exact same coupon. Online, though, you are only able to use one coupon per order. I find a lot of my yarn here for a cheaper price, as I’m able to use many different coupons. The Big Twist yarn line, which is sold exclusively at Joann Fabrics, is quickly becoming one of my favorites.
I also enjoy going to Michaels stores. Sometimes I can find great deals on yarn, but I don’t feel as though they have as many coupons as Joann Fabrics does. I signed up for their Michaels Rewards Program, which helps me save an additional amount on each transaction. There is a Michaels store near me that has a pretty good selection of yarn. However, I tend to go to different locations to see what they have. Caron Cakes are sold exclusively at Michaels stores, so that’s always a plus. I have bought yarn online from Michaels, too. I have a free crochet blanket pattern where I used the Caron Cake yarn.
Occasionally I will purchase yarn from Walmart or Hobby Lobby. I don’t go to Hobby Lobby often, but I do enjoy their I Love This Yarn line. They have a great selection of colors to choose from. In my opinion, I wish their yarn would go on sale more often, and for a much better price than only 30 cents cheaper. I don’t purchase yarn from Walmart too often as I feel like it’s just much of the same and it becomes frustrating. Most of the time my Walmart is picked over and not properly stocked. Plus they usually just carry Red Heart Super Saver, when instead I’m looking for a Bernat brand. However, if I do want to purchase Red Heart Super Saver, I can usually get this much cheaper than I would at either Joann Fabrics or Michaels stores.
Overall, I tend to buy my yarn from big box stores. I haven’t branched out and bought any handspun yarn yet, but I have a feeling I might at some point. For now, I will stick with my big box stores. I like to always see what is out there and I’m never against trying out new yarn, that is for sure!
I hope you enjoyed my post about where do I typically purchase yarn from. What are your favorite stores to purchase yarn from? Let me know in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you!
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