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Event & Schedule news!
Upcoming trunk shows: 
Crafting My Chaos, June 29th, 10a-4p
Yarn Carnival, July 6th, 12p-4p

Save the Date! The 2019 Hill Country Yarn Crawl will be October 11-20. Passports will be ready around the beginning of September. We'll let y'all know when we start taking pre-orders and then when they arrive. We Can't Wait!

Open regular hours this summer EXCEPT for July 4th, when we'll be closed. 
Check out our calendar for links to all scheduled classes and events. 


What's New? 

Recent shipments include:
Ashford - coned cotton yarns 
Blue Mule Fiber - local hand dyed fingering weight, restock of popular colors
Blue Q - bags made from 95% recycled material
GoKnit Pillows - these organza project bags can also be used for storing yarn, travel, and gentle cycle lingerie washing. NEW!New!
Working Joe - Michigan-based maker of hand & foot salve made from beeswax. NEW!



What is a Yarnivore?

If a carnivore is an animal that gets its energy from eating meat, then it’s only a small stretch to think that a Yarnivore gets their energy from playing with fiber, right? Yarnivores are people obsessed with fiber – lace through bulky, cotton through cashmere.

Yarnivore is a local yarn shop on San Antonio’s northwest side (in Castle Hills), catering to fiber fans of all kinds – crocheters, knitters, spinners, and weavers. In addition to all kinds of yarn and fiber, we sell books, patterns, accessories, tools, and larger equipment like looms and spinning wheels. We carry mass market, boutique, and local independent dyed yarns (yes, we have fiber artists in Texas!) Finally, we love to feed your passion by offering you classes and private lessons. For the latest on all of our products, follow us on Facebook or swing by the store.

We pride ourselves on inspiring you to pick up fiber and tool and using your imagination to create a one of a kind project. Join us to browse or bring in your current work-in-progress and hang out on our comfy couch and chairs for a while.

Hiya! We're STILL (gah!) converting our website & point-of-sale to new software. Every product has to be manually entered, including any photos. In the year since we converted, we've made a lot of progress, but still need to finish some of the cosmetics and organizing. In the meantime, loading photos and descriptions is pretty time-consuming, so please be patient with us. :)