Hi Angel and Azlynn,
My name is Deb (obviously). I used to live in New Mexico, Los Lunas, to be exact. Unless they've built something new, you have to go to Albuquerque for yarn. Whenever I wanted to crochet something, I bought it on the way home from work.
B's Yarns & Needlearts
6001 San Mateo Blvd N. E.
+1 (505) 881 8373
Owner: Betty D. Speer
Located at the corner of San Mateo and Osuna. Excellent selection of natural and synthetic yarns. Cynthia Helene yarns, patterns and kitted designs. Knitting and crochet classes.
Fiesta Yarns Outlet Shop
5401 San Diego NE, Ste A
Albuquerque, NM 87113
fax: +1 (505) 892 5035
Owner: Cindy Brooks/Molly Cavin
World Wide Web: http://www.fiestayarns.com
The Fiesta Yarns Outlet Store is open for the purpose of selling seconds and mis-dyed yarns that cannot be sold wholesale to our many shops throughout the United States and Canada. We only sell yarn when you visit us in person, and we do not ship yarn from the Outlet Store.
Hours Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Village Wools, Inc.
3801 San Mateo NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
+1 (800) 766 4553
Brown Sheep wools, Navajo weaving supplies, original patterns and kits for knitters and weavers. Call for free catalog.
I don't remember any others, and I think that the Ben Franklin stores closed down. They didn't have much besides acrylics anyway.
As I recall, Village Wools was my favorite.