Knit-a-Way in Brooklyn and needles

So, I decided to check out Knit-A-Way in Brooklyn, after we passed it on the bus a couple of weeks ago.
Knit-A-Way is on a stretch of Atlantic Avenue that is bordered by rapidly gentrifying and/or gentrified neighborhoods. If you’ve read any Jonathan Lethem novels (I only read Fortress of Solitude, but apparently, they’re all the same) then you know about this neighborhood’s on-going tony-fication.

Look at the awesome needle selection!


* I ran smack into my college roommate and her husband when I was going to Knit-A-Way the second time, and she confirmed the un-gentrified powers of this street because they live about a block away from Knit-A-Way and they are unable to get a dog walker from any of the posh neighborhoods nearby because, as she says, “We are on this weird periphery where no dog walkers go.”

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3 Responses to “Knit-a-Way in Brooklyn and needles”

  1. May 8th, 2006 at 9:43 am #lucy

    wow – if that’s just the needles I want to see the yarns!!

    we don’t have anything like that in the UK 🙁

    next time I’m in the US, I’m so going to have to visit more yarn stores

  2. May 8th, 2006 at 5:19 pm #Adam

    I don’t believe the UK doesn’t have anything like this! Claire: I see our future — let’s move to the UK and open Ye Olde Yarne Shoppe!

  3. February 5th, 2008 at 9:59 pm #New York Minknit » FO: The Ella Shawl

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