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Voted Baltimore's BEST Yarn Shop!​

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Best of Baltimore

Lovelyarns voted Baltimore's

Best Knit Therapy 2017!

Come in and stitch with us!

Yes! We have Gift Certificates!

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Upcoming Classes:


Learn to Drop Spin

Saturday, October 14

2pm - 4pm


Mosaic Knitting

Saturday, September 23

2pm - 4pm


Tunisian Crochet

Wednesday, September 27

6pm - 8pm

Get Your Lovelyarns T-Shirt!

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Hello Lovelies! Help support your favorite LYS with a NEW Lovelyarns shirt! There are a few different styles available including tank tops and hoodies! You can also make a color choice besides black! Our campaign is running for TWO WEEKS so click here to place your orders today!

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Tina's Toasty Toes yarn is lovingly hand-dyed in Long Island, New York by Christina Federici.  "I started out crocheting slipper socks for friends and family, then started a small Etsy store, before treating myself to a yarn dyeing class in London, England for my 40th birthday in 2018. As soon as I dyed my first skein, I was hooked (pun intended). Shortly thereafter I learned to knit, and now I dye up yarn for knitters and crocheters in my spare time. I have a full time job working in insurance on top of dyeing yarn. The name of my shop came from a friend's suggestion when I was making slipper socks, and since I dye mainly sock and fingering weight yarns, I kept the name for my dyeing business as well, and have fully given up on trying to sell things on Etsy."

We are thrilled to host Tina's toasty Toes this September 2nd - October 4th! Watch the Virtual Video Tour HERE

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Join us for First Fridays in Hampden! the Hampden Village Merchants Association is hosting a neighborhood wide shop crawl 5pm - 8pm on the First Friday of each month!

We’ll have live music around the neighborhood, great deals and drinks at retailers, bars and restaurants, and a neighborhood wide raffle/shop crawl to win an epic Hampden gift basket. So text your crew and plan to celebrate First Fridays in Hampden!


To enter the raffle, participants must pick up a First Friday raffle/shop crawl card at these participating businesses:


Frazier's on the Avenue
Golden West Cafe
The Local Fry
Toki Tako
Charm City Skin
Cloud 9 Clothing
In Watermelon Sugar
Common Ground Bakery & Cafe
The Charmery
Doubledutch Boutique
Atomic Books
Ma Petite Shoe

It's that time of year again! October is our annual Knitted Knocker-a-thon month! We aim to make as many knockers as we possibly can to donate to the Johns Hopkins Breast Cancer Center here in Baltimore City click HERE for more info!

Knitted Knocker-A-Thon!

Join us for the "Our Flag Means Death" Stitch Along this October! This is a choose your own/create your own favorite OFMD or Pirate themed pattern to make along with all of your fiber friends!


The fun begins on Wednesday, October 4th 7pm - 9pm and will continue each Wednesday evening 7pm - 9pm throughout the month of October! Click here for some ideas from Ravelry!

Love Ewe Farm is owned by the McPhersons and is located in the beautiful rural setting of Montpelier Virginia, Hanover County,  which is northwest of Richmond. Their house sits on 20 acres of farmland and it is where they decided to start breeding and raising Romney sheep.


Betsy is a retired nurse and empty nester, who is happy to have a flock to nurture and care for. Being a knitter, she adores ‘growing’ her own wool and turning their fleeces into beautiful yarn. Her husband Kevin grew up in northern Pennsylvania as a Future Farmer’s of America boy, and has loved farming from an early age.


All their yarn comes from Romney Sheep, formerly called Romney Marsh, a long wool, dual-purpose breed, originating in England.  They are robust, hard-working sheep with a calm and gentle temperament. Each skein of yarn has the names of the sheep that the wool comes from.

Featured Videos:

Meet Tina of the Toasty Toes!

Melissa talks to Christina Federici of Tina's Toasty Toes about her journey into yarn dyeing! You can shop the Tina's Toasty Toes trunk show here.

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How to Read a Chart

Melissa shows you how to read a cable chart and also gives you some helpful tips and tricks for reading your knitting pattern. 

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How to Crochet without a Chain

Brittni shows us how to do double crochet without a foundation chain! If you have questions, you can email us at Happy Stitching!

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Social Stitching:



Join us every other Thursday evening 7-9pm at our shop for some social stitching! All manner of fiber crafters and artists are welcome and encouraged to join! The next few meet ups will be September 28, October 12 & 26.

No RSVP is necessary, just show up! Join us on FB in our "Lovelyarns Fiberati" group for all the latest updates! Click here to join the conversation!

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Sunday Spinning

Drop in anytime on Sunday afternoons at Lovelyarns for some Sunday Funday Spinning! 

No RSVP is necessary, just show up! Join us on FB in our "Lovelyarns Fiberati" group for all the latest updates! Click here to join the conversation!

Lovely Gives:

Are you looking to

de-stash some yarn and tools? We are happy to accept your pre-loved goods and find a new forever home for them. Please call the shop at 410-662-9276 for details.

Have a question about a project?  

Stop in and we'll help.

Want to help with a charity knitting project?  

We're always looking for volunteer knitters and crocheters.  

Click here or on "Lovely Gives" above.

Want to learn a new skill, or make something fabulous?  

Check out our class schedule. Classes change every two months.​

Our 500 Hats Project

needs YOU!

We need your help to help us reach our goal to warm the heads of over 500 Baltimore City Kids this Winter.

Click here for more details

500 Hats on Kids

​​We are thrilled to promote local fiber artists

by offering a beautiful variety of handspun

and ​hand-dyed yarn and fiber from


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