Welcome to Yarn in the Works where good things happen.
Nestled in the historical artisan quarters of Pound Lane sits a charming retail and workspace bringing back – with style – time-honoured handcrafted arts with a modern twist. Yarn in the Works supports individuality and craftsmanship in all our workshops and collaberative projects. We encourage our customers and participants to imagine and create the old-fashioned way, utilising their minds, hearts, and hands. Our goal is to introduce the art of knitting and crochet to a new generation while supporting the existing community in handcrafted traditions and creative self-expression.
We offer an imaginative learning environment and innovative workshop projects for all ages and levels in:
Become part of our open community with our regular knit nights, or join us in:
At Yarn in the Works we believe in building a sense of community and in giving back. By refocusing on simplicity and authenticity, reconnecting with ourselves, acknowledging one another and enriching our planet, we create a universal cycle of kindness and creativity.
Yarn in the Works supports small businesses and the handmade craft movement in Hong Kong and overseas.
As part of the artistic community in Hong Kong we provide a creative space to touch, dream, create, and reconnect. We strive to create an inspiring environment where every customer and participant has a positive experience.
Yarn in the Works is proud to stock beautiful products including Habu Textiles, Knit Collage, Little Dandilion, Debbie Bliss, Chappy Yarn, Ito, Scheepjes, Socks That Rock, Yarn Yarn, and Loopy Mango. Our haberdashery includes Knitpro, Clover, Addi, and many other individually sourced items from small producers across the world.
We are also very pleased to be able to partner with KPC Yarn in stocking a full range of their colourful yarns while developing our future collaboration through various projects and workshops.
Do you love yarn and textiles? Are you an aspiring creative practitioner? Do you love to sew, crochet or knit? Want to teach a workshop? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org