|Image imported from Circle of Stitches.com|
Circle of Stitches is a beautiful and welcoming yarn shop in Salem, MA. The shop has wonderful lighting, beautiful views, and a cozy inviting environ. I visited recently and so enjoyed viewing the shop, meeting the owner, Ana Campos, and talking with two women who were sitting and knitting. Anna is the talented dyer and owner of Toil and Trouble yarns. Her colors are inspired by literature, they are stunning and, for me, brought on some tremors and heavy breathing as I tried to choose just two. I urge you to plan a trip to the shop, peruse the stock, and plan to walk away with a new project in your hands.
|Toil and Trouble stock|
|Malabrigo in gorgeous hues.|
|Melissa Jean handcrafted button|
The shop carries Melissa Jean hand made ceramic buttons, needles and project bags, notions and books. Ana offers classes to small groups, and has plans in September for an exciting weaving class called Random Weaving, taught by Harriet Goodall. Harriet Goodall is an Australian weaver, you might know her work from the Ravelry Squam Retreat, her large heart shape form was lit with twinkle lights.
|Squam Lake love lights, image imported from HarrietGoodall.com|
|Two Twinleaf Shawls in progress in the shop.|
|Such a tiny and sweet sweater.|
|Ana at work on her Twinleaf Shawl.|
|Betsy working on a premie hat.|
|Stitch Surfer Sock in progress|
|Kitty's Stitch Surfer Sock|
|An invitation to knit.|
|Another comforting project with color inspiration.|
They are unique and, to me, highly collectible!
|Yarn on the brain, always!|
Ana Campos, Instagram, Ravelry, Facebook, Etsy shop
Circle of Stitches
66 Wharf Street, Pickering Wharf, Salem MA