Project Kits

Indulgence Scarf Kit
Indulgence Scarf Kit $65.00 $84.95
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Marlowe Spens Kit
Marlowe Spens Kit $48.00 $80.80
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Whistler Pillow Kit
Whistler Pillow Kit $69.00 $110.00
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Located at the corner of Rouse Ave and Oak Street In Bozeman, Montana, next to the Daily Coffee Bar.

We've scouted the country for the best selection of yarn, fiber and equipment supporting knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning and other fiberly pursuits! We'll also offer a great selection of buttons, notions, bags, hats, lotions, and knitted goods perfect for gift giving. If you are looking for something special, feel free to give us a call at 406-577-2088.

Our second floor lounge looks out over the Bridger Mountain range - a great place to participate in knit alongs and workshops or just stop in for some knitting time. 

News from the Yarn Scouts

Accept the UFO Challenge!

November 28, 2014

ARE YOU READY TO ACCEPT THE  UFO CHALLENGE? We all have them - UnFinished Objects of the knit and crochet kind. Accept our UFO Challenge and get those projects done, or complete the Challenge by starting and finishing a new project by Dec 31st!   Here's how it works: Fri Nov 28th to Sat Dec 6th Stop in and fill out a Challenge entry form. Declare your good intention to finish a project, or if you have nothing in progress, purchase yarn for a new project to be finished by Dec 31st. Everyone who accepts the Challenge will receive a FREE YarnScout Project Bag  (while supplies last, limit one per customer) Before Dec 31st, Drop by the shop with your finished project to show...

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November Sock KAL

October 28, 2014

We've set up a separate blog page to post all info and instructions for the Learn to Knit Socks KAL. You can find everything here - bookmark this page so you can check back for updates!

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A Few Words About Gauge

April 07, 2014

We help many knitters in the shop with projects - some have great success, and others don't always end up with the finished project intended. More often than not, these knitters skipped checking gauge before starting.  As I was preparing for a lesson on gauge for a first sweater class this week, I thought that many other knitters could benefit from a reminder about why gauge is important.   HOW TO KNIT A GAUGE SWATCH – AND WHY YOU SHOULD! When you swatch, you’re measuring the gauge of the yarn knit by YOU with your needles. The designer of the pattern you are following may knit completely different from you, so you cannot just use the same size needle listed...

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