Cynthia's Too! Yarn & Gifts
Petoskey, MI
Welcome to Cynthia's Too web site!

Cynthia's is bigger at our new location of a year ago.  We are ready for the summer season.  Looking forward to serving you and making your travels to downtown Petoskey fun!  We have many wonderful classes and open knits.  We hope you can join us!

SIRKA - NEW row counter.  Not just a regular row counter, but one that you can do three projects on at once!  Now available.

July Newsy Notes posted!  If you get on our emails you receive the coupons also.  

Only 10 spots left for Lily Chin's Workshop!

Lily Chin Workshop still has spots available.  The retreat is full and we are taking names for a waiting list. 

CHEMO CAP BY KELLY SHIVELY:  "For the Love of Linda"

Cancer affects us all and is a nasty disease.  Kelly has designed this hat for Linda and would like to share it with you free.  Go to Ravelry.com and type the name of the pattern "For the Love of Linda" and your free pdf will come up!  The hearts are for love and the trees are the tree of life!


Call us if you have any questions at (231) 439-9221.

                       Welcome to the amazing world of Cynthia's Too!

We are so excited to be able to provide this new website as a service to you.  We are proud to offer some of the most amazing yarns, patterns, and gifts.  We hope you will take some time to look around the site, check out all the options available to you, enjoy the photo's of past and present in our montage of pictures, and sign-up for our emails.

Cynthia's Too started as Cynthia's Fine Yarns Celebrating Our 10th Year in Business - 2013!   

In the summer of 2003, Cynthia’s Fine Yarns and Gifts opened in Mackinaw City.  Located in a charming cottage with a lake view, this delightful store offered a wonderful selection of yarns, knitting patterns and notions, unique gifts, and excellent service.  The shopper looking for yarn found an extensive collection of all kinds of yarn.  Beautiful knitted models offered ideas and inspiration.  Cynthia and her staff were always available to answer questions, help a knitter solve a problem, and offer advice.  Those shopping for gifts found unusual and artistic items of a quality that far surpassed that of many other shops.  The shop also offered classes covering the basics for beginners as well as others that encouraged the knitter to expand and challenge existing skills.  The shop began to offer luncheons in the spring and fall, and gatherings of knitters on the beach.  Soon Cynthia began offering retreats featuring well known designers as teachers and presenters.  These reasonably priced events offered excellent speakers, wonderful food, and lots of camaraderie.  A whole community of knitters found themselves coming together through the experience of this inspiring place.

However, Mackinaw City was a seasonal store, and it wasn’t long before knitters were asking for the yarns, gifts, service, and atmosphere all year round.  In 2009, Cynthia’s Fine Yarns expanded to include the Petoskey store, Cynthia’s Too, located on Mitchell Street in the Gaslight District.  With more space, the collection of yarn increased.  A large area “upstairs” allowed more room for classes, and the Open Knits began.  After the 2010 season, Cynthia made the decision to close the Mackinaw City store and concentrate efforts on Cynthia’s Too. The yarn collection is luscious, always up to date, and changes to meet the needs of the clientele.  Displays and shop models offer inspiration and have been known to enable knitters as well.  The shop continues to offer a variety of classes led by skilled and friendly instructors.  Cynthia’s staff is always ready to help.  Knitters look forward to the annual retreats, which fill up quickly.  The spring and fall luncheons are well attended.  The Open Knits have loyal followers, both local and seasonal; old friends gather and new ones are constantly being made.  Everyone keeps up to date through the Ravelry page, Petoskey Pointy Sticks.  Periodically, the shop conducts a Knit Along, and the participants in near and far locations chat and share their progress in the forums on this page.

If you are a knitter or crocheter, or always wanted to try, come to Cynthia’s Too.  You will find a village of dedicated fiber people there to welcome you.  Join us!! 

 

 

 

                                                                                       

Cynthia's Too! Yarn & Gifts is a place for fun, creativity and the joy of Knitting!   

                         Created and Designed by:  Cynthia

   Address:  320 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey, MI 49770   Phone:  (231) 439-9221

   Ravelry Group:  Cynthia's Open Knit Group has started a forum on Ravelry called "Petoskey

                      Pointy Sticks".  Hope you'll want to join at www.ravelry.com .  http://www.ravelry.com/groups/petoskey-pointy-sticks 

"HUG OF LOVE" Pattern will continue to be a pattern posted on this web site for your use. FREE PATTERN! Feel free to copy it and pass it along with a hug.  Christa Newhouse has written this free pattern of a unique scarf in memory of my dog Zoe.  It was posted on Ravelry by me and Skacel posted it on facebook.  Help us in making it big by giving a "Hug of Love" to all those who need it!

 

This is an informational web site for Cynthia's customers and followers only.  All items mentioned must be purchased at the Petoskey, MI store.