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[NYC - Soho] Purl Soho - Destination for Yarn and Crafts Enthusiasts

There are a handful of yarn shops throughout the city. One of the poshest ones is Purl Soho, which is located in Soho.

The yarn wall is impressive. It's definitely a great place to stop if you're looking for a unique gift for an avid knitter or crocheter in your life.

Even if you are a beginner or know a beginning knitter or crocheter, Purl Soho has you covered. There are a bunch of kits available with detailed instructions, including ones for how to knit socks with different colored heels, toes, and cuffs. So cute!

There are classes, too. They're a bit spendy, though - $150 for 2 classes. More info on their website:

There are some free events for knitting night, so you can knit with others. I kind of consider going, but I'm a little embarrassed by my rudimentary skills.

I kind of want to learn how to do felting. They have that covered, too. However, they were a little pricey for something I've never tried before. So, maybe I'll just get one of these felting kits for beginners off of Amazon.

If I get good at felting after trying a couple of kits off of Amazon, I'll definitely come back for these cuties. 

What is your next creative project?

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