Aunt Margaret’s Yarn and Gift Shop
Here are a few places to visit nearby in case you get hungry!
- Princeton Station – 147 Princeton St Chelmsford, MA 978-251-1500
- Glenview Pub & Grill – 248 Princeton Street Chelmsford, MA 978-251-3591
Also, if you are interested in plants and gardening, attached to Aunt Margaret’s is: Mahoney’s Garden Center – 155 Princeton Street Chelmsford, MA 978-251-4001
Auntie ZaZa’s Fiber Works
The Farmer’s Daughter, 122 Main Street, North Easton, MA 02356, 508-297-0286,
Bill’s House of Pizza, 97 Main Street, North Easton, MA 02356, 508-230-2444,
ATM: North Easton Savings Bank, 295 Main Street, North Easton, MA 02356
Paint, Rust & Pixie Dust, 14 Center Street, North Easton, MA 02356, 508-297-0504,
Bead and Fiber
IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA
Located in the happening SoWa arts district, in the South End of Boston, surrounded by 35 independently owned shops and galleries. On street and inexpensive, paid parking available. Free parking in Albany St. lot on Saturdays.
Food, lots of it in the immediate area including Mohr & McPherson Café, Cinquecente (dinner, Thurs- Sun, brunch on Sat & Sun., Gaslight, and more. Close by, lots of restaurants including Myers and Chang, JJ. Foley’s, Elephant Walk, and Pita.
The Black Sheep Knitting Co.
Wonderful shopping and restaurants just a few footsteps away from Black Sheep!
- Crosby Jewelers – 1496 Highland Avenue. A town institution for over 40 years!
- Lisa’s Boutique – 1502 Highland Ave. Stylish women’s fashions – right next door to Black Sheep Knitting!
- Pollywogs Fine Children’s Clothing – 1024 Great Plain Ave. Cutest ever items for children – Voted Best of Boston
- Bagels Best – 113 Chapel Street. Great coffee, bagels and sandwiches!
- Hearth Pizzeria— 974 Great Plain Ave.
- Taylor’s Stationary – 1451 Highland Ave. Paper and Gifting with Style!
- Treat Cupcake Bar – 1450 Highland Ave.
- Swizzles Yogurt – 1450 Highland Ave.
Located on the western edge of the Crawl, Northborough has lots of great things to offer …. Hopefully you will save some time to explore! This weekend is also our Town’s Applefest… save some time to check out the Street Fair.
Places to eat:
Special Teas, 10 Church St, 508-393-0552. A charming spot serving luncheon, tea and dessert. Be sure to ask for the “Crawlers” special! Editor’s note: We had lunch at this wonderful spot recently when visiting Craftworks and what a find! Will definitely go back! Delicious food and cozy atmosphere.The scones were out of this world.
Northboro House of Pizza, 12 Main St (just over the railroad tracks). A town institution.
Tilz Diner, 249 W Main St, a classic townie diner.
LaLaJava, 290 W Main: “A Hot Spot to Chill” – awesome coffees, teas & refreshers!
We are just 2 miles from Needham Street in Newton and Highland Ave in Needham. There you can find the New England Mobile Book Fair, TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Modells and Home Goods. There are lots of places to eat such as Chipolte, the New England Soup Factory, Panera Bread, and Spiga just to name a few.
The Fiber Loft
Why not make a day of it and visit some local favorites:
Harvard General Store: 1 Still River Rd. Harvard, MA (978) 430-0062 Harvard General Store, across the street from us on Harvard’s historic Common, serves fresh, handmade coffees, breakfast, and lunch every day. They sell convenience items, gifts, produce, more!
Rollstone Bank: (ATM): 283 Ayer Road Harvard, MA (978) 772-2335
CARLSON ORCHARDS: 15 Oak Hill Rd. Harvard, MA (978) 456-3916 Carlson Orchards invites you to try all of our premium orchard products. Carlson Orchards makes all of their products the old fashioned way–all natural, with only the freshest ingredients available.
Westward Orchards: 178 Mass Ave, Harvard, MA (978) 456-8363 Here you will find Westward Orchards, a fourth generation family owned farm on 275 acres producing the best blueberries, peaches, pears, plums and apples …
Fruitlands Museum: 102 Prospect Hill Rd, Harvard, MA (978) 456-3924 Five Museums of American Art and History, the perfect backdrop in Central Massachusetts includes art and history exhibits, educational programs,
and …Gallery 529: 529 King St, Littleton, MA 01460 (978) 486-0187 Gallery 529 is a group of working artists dedicated to arts, education, and practice. Our gallery is a fine arts retail store that offers arts workshops.
- Bakery on the Common (across from Iron Horse) pastries, salads, sandwiches, soups, teas and coffees. 9 South Main Street Open until 8 PM on weekends usually.
- The Dolphin Restaurant, seafood, steaks and more two blocks away. Open evening hours
- Five Crows (fine hand crafted gift store) 8 Court Street two blocks away from Iron Horse
- LittleBits Toys 25 Main Street One block up from the store.
- Natick Farmer’s Market (10 am – 1 pm on Saturday) fresh produce. Natick Common diagonally across the street
- Park Street Ice Cream 14 Park Street, across the Natick Common
Middlesex Saving Bank, Bank of America ATM, Citizens Bank, TD North Bank. All within walking distance and with ATMs.
Several pizza and sub shops within walking distance also.
The Island Yarn Company
JP Knit & Stitch
Mind’s Eye Yarns
The shop is located in Porter Square, half a block from the Red Line stop. You can visit Porter Square Books across the street. Not only is it an independent bookstore, it is a popular coffee shop with a real local flair. Cambridge Naturals is also across the street and is a lovely store full of great little surprises. One block away is Mass Ave and is home to many ethnic restaurants. So enjoy your stop in Cambridge.
Stitch House Dorchester
- Sugar Bowl Cafe & Ice Cream Shop: Hours: 6AM-10PM 857 Dorchester Avenue (617) 265-9000
(coffee/tea, pastries, sandwiches & Brigham’s ice cream)
- Avenue Grille : Hours 11AM-10PM 856 Dorchester Avenue (617) 288-8000 (grille and pizzeria)
- Taqueria Casa Real: 11AM-8PM Closed Sundays 860 A Dorchester Avenue (617) 282-3135 (mix of Mexican & Guatemalan food)