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A Passion for Knitting & Fiber Arts

In 2012, Ann Goldman, a local fiber artist, decided to go into business for herself. She discovered a Christian book store, Words of Life, was for sale, which to her excitement, shared space with a small yarn shop. This sealed the deal. She purchased the book store and a year later Ann purchased the yarn shop when it went up for sale. In 2017 when the lease on her original space expired, Ann moved to a nearby location and the store exclusively became a yarn shop. This is how Yarned & Dangerous was born.

During the Summer of 2019, Tammy Cox, another fiber enthusiast, regular patron and friend of Ann's had retail space that needed a tenant and Yarned & Dangerous needed a better home. So, after sitting vacant for many years, 301 Main Street, was remodeled specifically with Yarned & Dangerous in mind and became its new home in December 2019.

In December 2023, Ann was ready to spend more time working with fiber and less time managing the store so on January 1, 2024, Tammy became the proud new owner of Yarned & Dangerous bringing in fresh ideas, additional local artists talent, expanded business hours and class offerings.

Yarned & Dangerous' close knit community of fiber artists welcomes everyone and knows no strangers. While Yarned & Dangerous offers classes for a variety of crafts and skill levels, customers are encouraged to bring their current WIPs and use the shop's vast social area to practice and improve on their favorite craft. And, you're always welcome to come into the shop for guidance. Come and be a part of our fiber family!