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 Imagiknit, San Francisco, CA
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New Pal

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Posted - 05/05/2005 :  8:24:34 PM  Show Profile Send lizaltmann a Private Message
I visited this shop when I was in the city. My daughter and I were so excited to see another gathering of yarn. Yes, the yarn was spectacular. The colors and textures were wonderful. However, none of the yarns were priced and everytime we wanted to know a price, we had to interrupt the salesperson and ask them. After the fourth time of asking for prices I inquired as to why the prices weren't posted. I was told that the owner didn't want to post them. Unfortunately, that was the last time I visited Imagiknit. I like to stroll, touch, and dream about yarn projects. Knowing the prices is essential to good dreaming.

Seriously Hooked

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Posted - 05/06/2005 :  08:21:13 AM  Show Profile Send orangina a Private Message
I've been there quite a few times and found that the prices were posted on little signs. Sort of tags hung on each yarn-display segment. The individual balls of yarns weren't priced, but I was able to see the prices right there next to each type of yarn. Along with the stitches per inch, fiber, etc. I haven't been there in about a month, but it's always been done that way in the past.
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Chatty Knitter

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Posted - 05/16/2005 :  5:01:56 PM  Show Profile Send freecia a Private Message
Same here. They have tags near the yarn. You just have to look for them :)

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Gabber Extraordinaire

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Posted - 05/16/2005 :  5:34:42 PM  Show Profile  Visit SFMichael's Homepage Send SFMichael a Private Message
It is possible that you are confusing Imagiknit with Atelier on Divisidero. They don't post prices. However, not only does Imagiknit post prices pretty conspicuously, the tags they have hanging on the shelves also give yardage, gauge, composition, recommended needle size and (I love this) price per yard so you can do comparison shopping.

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