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SmoothFox Posted - 12/29/2008 : 09:25:11 AM
I visited Plano Texas during the Holidays and my niece took me to my first yarn shop. I was in 7th heaven. I've never seen so many wonderful yarns and the assortments were marvelous.

There had to be 25 ladies bustling around the shop as they were having an after the holiday sale.

I had only been to shops like Michaels and Joann's and the occasional Walmart so you can imagine how happy I was to learn the joys of a "REAL" yarn shop!

THANKS to you WOOLIE EWE of Plano Texas for your little slice of heaven.

Donna

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Rwats2 Posted - 06/04/2012 : 11:02:29 AM
My family and I are planning go over there while we are going to Houston. I hope that they are still open for business.
PainterWoman Posted - 06/02/2012 : 12:25:52 PM
Just received a distressing email about a managerial shake up at the Woolie Ewe. I don't think gossip helps, but I hate thinking that family squabbles could sink a beautiful yarn shop. Keep Jill, Sue and the Ewe Crew in your thoughts.


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Cecioboe Posted - 12/30/2008 : 07:45:27 AM
Yes, they are great there! I am lucky to live 10 minutes fron the Ewe :-) Come back and visit more often - and bring your checkbook.....

Ceci

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