Knittn' Kitten

7530 NE Glisan
(503) 255-3022
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sewing and craft thrift store

Knittn' Kitten
Need some aprons?
Knittn' Kitten and their room of aprons
In spite of the name, Knittn' Kitten is primarily a sewing thrift. But what a sewing thrift! They have lots of fabric, both in pieces and in bolts, most 100% cotton print for $1.00-$1.50 a yard. Notions and the like include just about anything you can imagine: cotton sewing thread, zippers, elastic, seam binding/blanket binding, buttons, rick rack, and lace, eyelet, embroidered, fringe, and upholstery trims for the change in your pocket.

They do also have crafty stuff: cotton embroidery floss, knitting and crochet needles, yarn in very small quantities, and beads.

Finally, they also stock beautiful or goofy linens like aprons and hankerchiefs.


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April 13, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (4)

4 Comments

Anita said:

How nice of you to put together such a wonderful list. I will share this with our retreat group in February - 56 talented knitters from around the states. Thanks, again.

Melissa said:

I wrote this store up in my blog!!! I am a primitive and Folk Art doll maker...What a FABULOUS store and the owner is wonderful...Check out the Knittn' Kitten!!! You will be sooooo pleased!!!

Becca said:

Knittn'Kitten is a cute little store that has lots of treasures. Very inspiring. Worth your time to go there.

Laura MacLean said:

Wow! What a great listing of yarn shops. I love how they are all spread out from Hillsboro to Oregon City.

Thanks!!!!


Laura MacLean

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