Contact us

Email:  jorstadcreek@comcast.net

Phone:  360-451-4146

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Located at:

414 1/2 Legion Way SE Olympia, Wa

Behind the Fish Tale BrewPub

Open: Fridays & Saturdays 11am-6pm

7 Comments on “Contact us

  1. Hello,

    I was wondering if you mailed the yarn I had ordered from you. The charge went through on 2 February 2015. It seems like it should have arrived by now.

    Thank you in advance for your reply.
    Jean Barrett

    • Hi Jean, I hope you’ve received your yarn by now! Please let me know. It was mailed on Tuesday. Thank you for your patience! Kerry

  2. Thanks Kerri! So glad to hear that. I will keep an eye out for them. Currently I have no plans to be away. It depends on the date as I will have regular days and hours for the studio until I settle in and line up helpers who can take my place when I am gone. Let me know.

  3. Kerry,
    By any chance do you still have a skein of Isle of Skye in sage? I need about 5 more rows worth of sage to complete the poncho I am finishing using sage and moss. The fabric the yarns make is beautiful! I have moss left and if I have to can use that but would prefer the sage.
    Let me know.
    Hope all is well with you.
    Thanks so much!
    Jill

    • Hello! I had a couple of sage in that yarn that all went to Bazaar Girls in Port Townsend. Please give them a call, they may have it still! Kerry

  4. What is the best way to wash and dry your Tweed Sock yarn? Thanks!

    • Hi Lynne. The manufacturer says the BFL is super wash. The tweed bits are nylon which should be also washable. With all socks no matter the yarn I either hand wash or machine wash on delicate and cold. I lay out socks on a towel to dry flat. Socks are so much hard work I try to treat them like gold! I hope this helps! Kerry

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