Based on the forecast we expect to be open from 2:00 tomorrow, Jan. 17, including our usual 6 – 8pm free Knit Nite. If the weather changes, our opening time could change. Please check this facebook page, our website at www.sheepandshawl.com, or call 413-397-3680 to be sure. And stay safe!
Winter Weather Warnings: If the weather is snowy, please call the shop before you venture out. If we are closed (for the day, or opening late or closing early) we will post a voicemail on our phone, and messages on facebook and our website.
Welcome to Sheep & Shawl’s website. Find updates for events and sales here, but you’ll get more immediate info on our facebook page (don’t forget to like us!), and usually more detailed info via our e-newsletter (you can sign up in the column to the right).
We opened our Local Yarn Shop in western Massachusetts in August 2013, located in the Tibetan Plaza on Rtes 5/10 at 265 Greenfield Rd, South Deerfield. We’re just off I-91 exit 24 N and exit 25 S. See the map below for directions. Our hours are Tue. 10 – 6, Wed. 12 – 8, Thur. – Fri. – Sat. 10 – 6, Sun. 12 – 4.
See our latest Class and Event list – and new Calendar! – on the Community page. Call 413-397-3680 for more information and to register.
We have regional and Fairtrade yarns, needles, notions, accessories, and local food/gift items. Over 40 fiber artists and fiber farmers supply handwoven scarves, rugs, blankets, knitwear, felted items, pottery yarn bowls & mugs, and local roving and yarn. Stop in to take a look! We always have Gift Certificates and make-your-own Gift Baskets. If you’re touring the area, we are just south of Historic Deerfield and the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory.
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The mission of Sheep & Shawl is to create a market for natural fiber yarns, promoting local and regional fiber farmers and fiber artists, and to create a local community of knitters and fiber artists.
I am so excited to be in this beautiful space within the vibrant Pioneer Valley, where “buy local” is a way of life. I hope you’ll visit my website again and be looking for updates!
– Liz Sorenson, owner