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Tempe Yarn is getting spooky!
Boo-tiful Yarns have arrived at
Tempe Yarn!

Stitch Together Studios
Hand Dyed Limited Edition yarns.

Spooky colors and fun names exclusively available in LYS's! Definitely a Treat not a Trick!

Very limited quantities, get yours quick before they Disappear.
Get ready for Fall Yarns!
Now on our Shelves
 HiKoo® Yarn • 100% Baby Alpaca • 437 yards per 200 gram cake
• US 8 needles • 5.0 mm needles •
• 5 sts per inch

We're excited to debut a new yarn to our
shelves from Cascade!
Sorata
Sorata is a fingering weight yarn that combines the elegant drape of baby llama with the slight sheen of silk. Sorata works up into gorgeous shawls and luxe accessories.
Shop this great yarn in-store and on Tempeyarn online.

70% Llama / 30% Silk
Weight: 100 g (3.5 oz)
Approx: 437 yds (400 m)
Knitting Needle Size: US 1 - 3 (2.25 - 3.25 mm)
Knitting Gauge: 28 - 32 sts = 4" (10 cm)
Crochet Hook Size: C - E (2.75 - 3.50 mm)
Crochet Gauge: 22 - 25 scs = 4" (10 cm)



Are you looking to order a new Loom or Spinning Wheel for the holidays?

These are the
Schacht Company
Christmas Deadlines.

We'd be happy to help you find the right equipment for you!
Join our Knitting and Crocheting Virtual
Social Groups!
Each week we are meeting up in the virtual world of Zoom.

Free for all and we welcome everyone!
Just click the button on the day and time of the Social group you want to join.
Another great Mystery Knit a Long is starting!
The pattern uses a chunky weight yarn that is sure to be super cozy and knit up fast!
Click here to sign up on Ravelry. MKAL starts November 6th!

Choose your size of glamping blanket:
Finished Measurements
  1. Cat – 18 X 22”
  2. Baby Blanket/Small Dog/Portly Cat – 24 X 36” (side-eye to Kit Kat)
  3. Dog and Lap Blanket – 35 X 44”
  4. Sofa Blanket (for humans) – 46 X 58”
This machine wash blend features a wide color range, an incredibly soft feel and yardage that goes on and on. Its unique fiber blend makes laundering a breeze and perfectly suited for easy care garments for both children and adults.
52% Acrylic, 40% Wool, 8% Nylon
3.5 oz / 100 g 136 yds / 124 m
Coming soon to Tempe Yarn but available now in a drop ship from Berroco.
It is a buttery-soft merino. This easy-care yarn has a rainbow of colors to choose from and has wonderful stitch definition! It's great for kids, afghans, accessories and quick knits. Our shelves are fully stocked so the color combinations are bountiful!


Color Kits in multiple sizes available In-store now!


Do you know about Berroco Yarns Drop ship program?
Order any Berroco Yarn with us!
We'll order it for you.
Berroco will ship it directly to you!

No need to wait till its on our shelves!
We have In-Store Classes!

November and December Class Dates available Now!
We will be offering knit, crochet, and weaving classes. Classes will be limited to 2 students to ensure proper physical distancing at the table. Masks will be worn at all times.
We are also resuming our Private lessons!


Angela is back teaching private lessons!
Fridays starting at 10:30am
Call to sign up for one of her slots

Call the store to sign up
(at least 24 hours in advance)


Have you seen our Tempe Yarn Online!
Fun Yarn Facts!
1.   No one knows exactly how long knitting has been around
Because knitting yarns decay with time, it’s nearly impossible for archaeologists to determine how long this art form has been around. Although the sharpened sticks found at numerous digging sites resemble knitting needles, they could also be tools with totally different uses. Experts think the craft may have originated in the Middle East and later brought west during the Crusades. What we do know is that the word “knitting” didn’t appear in the English language until the 1300s. The art of weaving is thought to be older than knitting, but most people think that crochet came after the practice of knitting.

2.   But we do know how long yarn has existed
Approximately, anyway. The earliest known samples of fabrics and yarns were found in Switzerland and were thought to be nearly 7,000 years old!

3. Knitting is a record-breaking pastime
Runner David Babcock broke a Guinness World Record for his time in the Kansas City marathon: five hours, 48 minutes, and 27 seconds. If you’re wondering what’s so special about his time, he managed to run the entire race while knitting a scarf that measured over 12 feet long! And in 2012, knitters gathered in the Royal Albert Hall in London set the record for the most people knitting simultaneously; they had 3,083 people knitting, all told.


Be well, be safe and take care of each other.

As always, we appreciate your business and support. Thank you for choosing to shop local, it makes a difference.

Sincerely,
Amanda, Candy, Terry, Fred and the
Entire TYF Team
1415 East University Drive
Tempe, Arizona 85281
Phone: (480) 557-9166
www.tempeyarn.com
www.tempeyarnonline.com