Jack’s Discount Videos in Millvale PA
Jack’s Discount Videos in Millvale PA
Attic Records in Millvale PA is a happening place. A music lovers paradise. There have to be more than a million items – vinyl records, CDs, 45s, boxed sets -You name it! Steve and I found some gems.
“If you’re looking for the hot new releases or a dusty classic, we’ve got you covered. Loads of new and used records arriving daily. No matter what your specific taste, our knowledgeable staff will be glad to help you find what you’re looking for in our racks of many genres. Want-lists accepted. Mail order & special orders also available.”
It was a Cream Tea event at McWalker Yarns in Millvale, PA, Wednesday afternoon. Freshly baked scones, clotted cream with Four Fruit or Blackberry jam! Pots of hot tea. Knitwear Designer Jody Long was in from the UK,making his sixth shop stop in the USA on his Fall-Winter 2023 Tour-Cables Across America
It was the place to be for creative inspiration!
It was such fun watching Jes model his knitwear designs which were knit up in all of his gorgeous yarns.
Here’s a photo of McWalker Yarns owner Amy McCall holding the photo I took of her as she opened the store in April 2018. Standing with her is fabulous crochet artist Melissa White (who is also an employee) The photo shows how much the store’s inventory has grown!
McWalker Yarns in Millvale PA is celebrating their fifth anniversary and Local Yarn Store Day. There are special sales and prizes for shoppers this Saturday April 29th. Amy says in her latest newsletter “To celebrate this special occasion, I asked Toni at Raggz Fiber Art to create an exclusive assigned-pooling colorway for us to be named “The Yarn Shop at the End of the Rainbow.” Wow, has she outdone herself! We have, for now, a limited number of skeins of this amazing colorway in fingering weight. These will go on sale on Saturday (4/29) at the anniversary party (and are destined not to last”
A solid community of fiber enthusiasts has flourished, even during pandemic times. It was during these long months that McWalker began mail order sales, curbside pick-up and hosted Zoom meetings several times a Week. There were classes and make-alongs, friendships formed, even during isolation.
Here’s the post created upon the store’s April 2018 opening Millvale Welcomes McWalker Yarns
also the First Anniversary post is here
Congratulations to Amy on bringing her dream into reality. A dream where we share in the yarny goodness and positive vibes. When entering the store there’s a welcoming spirit. It’s a wonderful local yarn store.
Snow flurries were blowing as I headed to my car. I was parked across the street from McWalker Yarns .
Look what I saw embedded in the street.
The gift of a new jar of Bagel-on-Grant Seasoning gave me the idea for the post and this chain of events happened (thank you Amy of McWalker Yarns, a neighbor of Steel City Salt Company in Millvale PA)
I photographed the new jar of seasoning because it was so clean and fresh looking compared to the other spices on my spice rack. Made me think how old are some of these jars of spice?
Included the link of Steel City Salt Company in the post and a blog follower saw the post and the link. Then they mail ordered these products in the photo below. I received the photo yesterday and was glad to know small business was supported from someone having read the blog
The blog follower even wrote an email to Steel Salt Salt Company telling how reading the blog promoted this order. And they are very satisfied !
Thinking about the spice jars on the shelf.
Where do you keep yours? A spice rack, a drawer, a cupboard?
How old is your spice? That’s the question.
I received a gift of a jar of Bagel-on-Grant spices at Christmas (thank you Amy) and as I put it on my spice shelf today, I looked at the other little jars and thought about how long they’ve been on the shelf.
Some spices are used often, so get replenished more often but some little jars just sit. A pinch or smidge here or there, but just sitting. For years!
I think it’s time to clean out the spice collection.
The new one is the fresh looking white label in the photo. The Steel City Salt Company is across the Allegheny River in Millvale, Pennsylvania. I just checked out their website and they are on a family vacation until February 3rd but they’ll fill online orders upon their return.
Supporting local small businesses.
And I didn’t even know what a ROCCBOX Oven was until this afternoon.
“The restaurant-grade portable pizza oven. Dual fuel, fire up with the convenience of gas or discover the flavor of wood for the ultimate pizza experience”