We started with 3 Kittens Needle Arts. We arrived early so we ducked in to Caribou Coffee for sandwiches and coffee. The coffee shop was packed full so we headed back to the car to eat and worked on the driving route for the rest of the day. 3 Kittens was a lot of fun to shop in. They had both patterns on display. The store was well lit, great displays everywhere, and the needlework section was all in one area. The LE yarn was Lorna's Laces in the Babbling Brook colorway.
Our next stop was The Yarn Garage. Floor to ceiling yarn describes this store best. There were two colorways for the LE yarn and a hat/cowl pattern. We found a large selection of blingy yarn in the back. I bought two hanks of silk strips
At Skeins we found a friendly colorful store. The yarn was displayed as single skeins in all colorways. At purchase the employees got as many skeins as you wanted from their stock in back.
Coldwater Lakeside Yarn was a fun shop. Their LE yarn was undyed Icelandic wool. The pattern was a pillow and the yarn came with the necessary buttons for the project. This was one of the smaller stores but so full of yummy yarn and a great sales staff.
Our last stop of the day was Shepherd's Choice in Anoka. It was in an older building and had an upper floor/loft with roving and spinning items. They also had a rug hooking area. They carried a good selection of local fiber artists products.
That sums up day two. I was exhausted when we were done .