Each year, we choose a painting from a Hoosier artist to serve as the inspiration for our special edition yarn. This year, we commissioned a piece from Columbus artist Susie Gregory!

"The Kiss"- Roving Indiana 2020 inspiration painting

You will find Susie Gregory’s art in galleries & shops in Columbus, Bloomington, Valparaiso, & St. Simon's Island, GA. Her work has been displayed at the Indiana State Museum, the Governor’s Mansion, and in corporate and private collections
throughout the US, Canada, Great Britain, Costa Rica and Australia.

Susie began drawing and painting as a child. She works in watercolor, pastel, mixed media and oil, drawing inspiration from her surroundings whether she is in the hills of southern Indiana or the marshland of southern Georgia. She and her husband, David, have 3 grown children, 5 grandchildren and 2 golden retrievers. They provide many painting opportunities!

Susie painted “The Kiss” for this year’s yarn crawl! Prints will be available for purchase at some of the shops and on Susie’s website.

Check out this year's yarn, inspired by Susie's painting!

Magnet 2020

Roving Indiana 2020

This year's yarn crawl will be February 28 through March 8.  Mark your calendars now.

Passports and Special Edition Yarn are available now! Passports are $7.50 and get the owner of the passport 10% off yarn purchases at all participating shops (excluding Roving special edition colorway).

Yarn paid for by February 27th is $32 per skein. Cost will go up to $36 on February 28th.

To get a passport or the yarn, just contact one of the participating shops.

The following shops are participating in the 2020 yarn crawl:

Always in Stitches, Noblesville
The Black Sheep, Noblesville
Broad Ripple Knits, Indianapolis
The Clay Purl, Nashville
Mass Ave Knit Shop, Indianapolis
Nomad Yarn Truck, multiple locations
Shabby Sheep and Ewe, Columbus
Starstruck Cat Studio, Greenwood
Tabby Tree Weaver, Fishers
Village Yarn Company, Zionsville
Willowes Yarn Haus, Greenfield

Anticipating the Yarn Crawl!

A little planning goes a long way!  We are full of ideas and suggestions!

  1. Have you made a passport pouch yet?  Click it and make it if you didn't--it is a handy way to carry your passport and validation form.
  2. Look through your pattern "queue" print out patterns that you want to find yarn for, then when you buy the yarn at one of the shops, drop the pattern in the bag.
  3. Save $1 dollar bills or $5 dollar bills (or both) for some spending capital!
  4. Plan a yarn crawl project--using a skein from each shop, check out the ideas page!


If you have questions, shoot me an e-mail, and I will get you to the person that can answer them!