Richboro Yarn & Knitting Supplies

Fine Yarn and Knitting Notions — Richboro

Our knitting and yarn store is located near to Richboro, PA. We serve the local knitting and crocheting communities by offering knitting classes and events regularly, although most of our customers know us best for our high-quality range of yarns and accessories.   

Our bright and beautiful retail store is located just east of Richboro PA in Penns Park. It's filled to the brim with luxury yarnsknitting needles and notions, patterns, and more.

Click to see our contact info and our store's hours of operation.  

Of course, you can always shop right here on our website, where we offer everything from Habu Silk Wrapped Paper to Alchemy yarnBlue Sky yarn to Be Sweet yarnShibui yarn, and more.

Fine Yarns for Knitters & Crocheters — Richboro 

It's certainly true that we love working with the finest and most luxurious yarns available. But we also pride ourselves on the fact that we can accommodate the needs of most any Richboro knitter. That's why we carry such a wide range of material. We offer knitting and crocheting yarns from the following top brands:


Notions & Accessories for Richboro Knitters

At Knitting to Know Ewe, we provide our customers with a large selection of weaving and spinning products from popular brands like Cricket and Schacht Spindle.

We provide our customers with quality, durable knitting needles, including the Addi Lace Interchangable Set, which provides 8 different sizes of Addi Lace tips and a variety of needles from Addi Lace and Lantern Moon.  

We also carry a very wide range of in-demand knitting patterns from brands like Stolen Stiches and Julie Hoover

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Richboro, PA

If you’re looking for a little bit of history, visit Richboro, Pennsylvania. This community, which is part of the township of Northampton, began as a farming community. There are quite a few Richboro buildings located on the National Register of Historic Places. Hampton Hill, also known as Bennet-Search House, is a historic home that was built around 1744, and is thought to have provided safe harbor to slaves as part of the Underground Railroad. Willow Mill Complex is a complex of historic Richboro buildings built between 1800 and 1840. Also be sure to see the John Thompson House and Twin Trees Farm during your time in town.