We are closed today due to the snowstorm. We should be open Wed. from 12 – 8. If you’re ever in doubt with bad weather, please call the shop first at 413-397-3680.
Sunday’s FIBERuary speaker Faye Whitney on the History of Shetland Sheep is rescheduled for March 12 from 1 – 3. Please call for a reserved seat (free but limited seating). 413-397-3680
Welcome to Sheep & Shawl’s website. 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. Our hours are Wed. 12 – 8, Thur. – Sat. 10 – 6, Sun. 12 – 4. See the map below.
Please hold Sundays in FIBERary for our annual Speaker Series of fiber farmers and fiber artists. Details are posted on our Events page. Please call to reserve your seat as seating is limited.
See our latest Class list 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 20 fiber artists and fiber farmers supply handwoven scarves, knitwear, felted items, and local roving and yarn. Stop in to take a look! We always have Gift Certificates and Gift Basket options (you can make a custom one choosing from local artists’ teacups, tea, tea “nest” strainers, & cookies or chocolates (seasonally available), as well as yarn, patterns, books, bags, and gifty notions). If you’re touring the area, we are just south of Historic Deerfield and the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory. Local fiber enthusiasts, check out the Community page to see the schedule for classes and events.
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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