This year's GLYC takes place on Saturday, 9th September, 2017!

We're excited to return to our original format for this year's Great London Yarn Crawl: a day-long tour of four yarn and haberdashery shops followed by an exclusive after-party - this year featuring a Mini Yarn Market - for even more yarn-y goodness!

The 2017 Great London Yarn Crawl features 12 routes Each group will have a maximum of 10 participants and 1-2 volunteer yarn guides to lead them on their crafty exploration of London! In a nod to GLYC's origins as a "yarn crawl on the tube" we've named each group for a different line of the London Underground!

Please note that the 2017 Routes are provisional and can be subject to changes. UPDATE: We have done a provisional check of timings and travel estimates for the day and the shops listed below are the order in which you will visit them however we cannot account for circumstances beyond our control.

 

Piccadilly

I Knit - Sharp Works - Fabrications - The Village Haberdashery

 

metropolitan

Wild & Woolly - Stag & Bow - I Knit - Sharp Works

 

Hammersmith & City

Loop - Ray Stitch - Knit with Attitude - Fringe

 

jubilee

The Village Haberdashery - I Knit - Stag & Bow - Nest

 

northern

Ray Stitch - Loop - The Village Haberdashery - Knit with Attitude

 

Bakerloo

Sharp Works - Loop - Handweavers Studio - I Knit

 

CENTRAL

Nest - Handweavers Studio - Fringe - Knit With Attitude

 

overground

Stag & Bow - Sharp Works - The Village Haberdashery - Handweavers Studio

 

circle

Knit with Attitude - Fabrications - Wild & Woolly - Ray Stitch

 

district

Fabrications - Wild & Woolly - Nest - Fringe

 

Waterloo & City

Handweavers Studio - Nest - Loop - Wild & Woolly

 

Victoria

Fringe - Ray Stitch - Fabrications - Stag & Bow