Twisp Highlights- Twisted Knitters Yarn Shop,eqpd Bags, Cinnamon Twisp Bakery

Meet Susan.  Most gracious yarn store hostess.  Every yarn store you visit has “a feel to it” and this is one welcoming shop.  See the label for the botanical dyed local yarn. Just beautiful. I bought some sock yarn weight with silk yarn with a label Three Fates.

Twisted Knitters Yarn Shop


Meet the founder of eqpd (say:equipped) Jonathan Baker, originally from New Hampshire, Rhode Island School of Design grad ( he even used to camp in Ossipee NH where my SIL used to live)

I bought a cool red bag.  If you look at the Twisted Knitters pic above you will see the project bags (red, white and blue) that stand open, have a place for needles, instructions and are just perfectly designed.


Check out this apron made out of two pairs of jeans.  A loaf of dark rye sourdough hit the spot for lunch. Added some sharp cheese.  Cinnamon Twisp Bakery

16 thoughts on “Twisp Highlights- Twisted Knitters Yarn Shop,eqpd Bags, Cinnamon Twisp Bakery

  1. You always find the neatest shops. I bet you enjoyed the yarn store and all the beautiful yarns.

  2. You’re really making me think about hopping in the car for an impromptu road trip/shopping expedition this afternoon. 😊. You’re in a beautiful part of our state!

  3. The price of that yarn made me swallow hard – I don’t think I could bring myself to buy it! The bags look very nice, and the apron is quite clever. When I was a teenager I had a quilt made of old jeans…

    • It is such a lot of work to produce the yarn, care for the sheep, gather, clean, card, dye, spin. Watching the orchard workers here. too, one is amazed a single apple isn’t $10. So much effort.

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