Where to Buy Supplies, Locally
In alphabetical order by website name.
An asterisk [*} after any title indicates that classes in rug hooking are offered in this location.
Not precisely local but not that far, either. One of the meccas for rug hooking, braiding, and all things wool-related with a huge variety of wool and supplies of all types. A great website and they'll happily answer questions on the phone about their products. In Guild, NH
Liziana Creations Studio*
Well-stocked with all things rug-hooking, including wool, dyes, books, magazines, tools, and plenty of eye candy.
TEACHES RUG HOOKING and has "drop-in dates" when the studio is open to just come and hook, or watch rug hookers at work. Otherwise the shop will be open on most Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays after Labor Day (no weekends before then).
Call for more information (phone # on website). In Shelburne MA
New Earth Designs*
Gorgeous hand-dyed wool and rug hooking supplies from Jeanne Benjamin. TEACHES RUG HOOKING. In Central MA
Old Hadley Wool*
Punch hooking (for rugs) supplies and rug yarn. TEACHES RUG PUNCHING. In Hadley MA
They do NOT carry wool yardage but they do have a phenomenal selection of yarns if you hook with yarn or punch hook. (Classes, but not about rug hooking) In Northampton MA
Wool & Dye Works*
NOTE: It appears the website is down and the shop is closed (hopefully only temporarily--we've heard their building got sold and they are relocating to a new space, perhaps reopening in the autumn some time). Check back in the autumn to see if there is news. Or just google the shop name to see if there's news.
Gorgeous hand-dyed and off-the-bolt wool, rug hooking and braiding and punchneedle supplies. Open only on Fridays & Saturdays and by appointment, details on website. TEACHES RUG HOOKING. In Florence, MA
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