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Old 02-13-2008, 01:52 PM   #1
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Which web yarn stores take paypal?
Do we have a list of online yarn stores that take payapl? I sold some things from my stash and I got MOOOONNNEEEYYYYY to spend but my favorite on line yarn stores don't take paypal. What to do
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Old 02-13-2008, 02:35 PM   #2
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www.littleknits.com takes Paypal and it's my favorite place to shop. I have to say I check in there everyday because they have so many great specials on great yarn. They're in your neck of the woods, too.
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I was going to post littlknits too

They are my FAVORITE place and what GREAT deals you can get. I ALWAYS prefer to use paypal when I can !
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I also love Little Knits. Even more now that I have been there in person and met Sue! During that trip I scored some Noro Cash Iroha and Lana Grossa Superlana (washable wool).

Right now I am coveting the Angora Extra. However, I don't like an itchy angora and have not touched that one in person. Someone please talk me off the ledge.

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I'm an eBay fanatic (does, indeed, work with paypal), and I recently found a seller with the most astonishingly beautiful yarn.

http://stores.ebay.com/Yarntopia-Treasures

As always on eBay, the prices are good. You may have to do the bidding thing, and you might have trouble getting huge amounts of the same yarn, but she does custom orders, so it shouldn't be too much hassle.

And the beauty of this yarn is not to be believed. I've been working with this rayon chenille that's all variegated brown with a hint of green and red (called "furcoat") and I just want to snuggle myself up in this stuff and never move again
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I also love Little Knits. Even more now that I have been there in person and met Sue! During that trip I scored some Noro Cash Iroha and Lana Grossa Superlana (washable wool).

Right now I am coveting the Angora Extra. However, I don't like an itchy angora and have not touched that one in person. Someone please talk me off the ledge.

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I'm sorry, but I'm using that particular angora right now and it's absolutely
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www.littleknits.com takes Paypal and it's my favorite place to shop. I have to say I check in there everyday because they have so many great specials on great yarn. They're in your neck of the woods, too.
They're in Seattle!!!! I wonder if they have a bricks n morter store Maybe I can spend real money too!
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Originally Posted by Max'inux View Post
I'm an eBay fanatic (does, indeed, work with paypal), and I recently found a seller with the most astonishingly beautiful yarn.

http://stores.ebay.com/Yarntopia-Treasures

As always on eBay, the prices are good. You may have to do the bidding thing, and you might have trouble getting huge amounts of the same yarn, but she does custom orders, so it shouldn't be too much hassle.

And the beauty of this yarn is not to be believed. I've been working with this rayon chenille that's all variegated brown with a hint of green and red (called "furcoat") and I just want to snuggle myself up in this stuff and never move again
What greaat prices! Great link, thanks!
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Ohhh Ingrid. My Visa is trying to get out of my wallet! Which color are you using? What are you making? so, its really soft?

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Ohhh Ingrid. My Visa is trying to get out of my wallet! Which color are you using? What are you making? so, its really soft?

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It's snow white--just lovely to look at. I have the light blue, as well. I'm making a little capelet for a friend's daughter's communtion. It's nice and soft, with that little halo of fibers--very nice.
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