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UPCOMING HOLIDAY SHOP CLOSURES

THANKSGIVING CLOSURE:
Knit Knook will be closed the week of Thanksgiving November 21st – 29th. We will reopen Tuesday November 30th.
CHRISTMAS CLOSURE:
Knit Knook will be closed Fri-Sat Dec 24th-25th for Christmas. We will reopen Tuesday Dec 28th.
NEW YEAR’S CLOSURE:
Knit Knook will be closed Fri-Sat Dec 31st-Jan 1st for New Year’s. We will also be conducting our physical inventory during that time so our online shop will be unavailable from Dec 31st – Jan 3rd. The shop – both in store and online – will reopen Tuesday January 4th, 2022.

CHANGES TO OUR COVID RULES:

Thank you for your patience and understanding – we want to keep you all safe and healthy.

Our shop is open for in-store shopping Tuesdays – Saturdays 10am – 4pm. Our online store is available 24/7 so you can still check what we have in inventory, place an order to pickup or have shipped, or just plan what you want to get on your next trip to Knit Knook in person. Nearly all of the shop’s inventory is available online, but if you don’t see what you need, or have questions about items listed, please contact the shop. Contact us at theknitknook@gmail.com or leave a message at the shop 303-838-2118.

We still offer in-store appointments to those who prefer to come in when there are no others in the shop. Please contact the shop to set up an appointment.

Below is a list of the current updates for our shop as per COVID-19 guidance.

  • If you are sick, please stay home! Even if you don’t have COVID-19, please do not enter the shop sick and expose any of us to illness. We are happy to help you remotely until you are feeling well again.
  • Per the latest Jefferson County public health mandates, we ask that you please wear a mask while visiting our shop.
  • We will have hand sanitizer available for your use.
  • We welcome small groups back to the table for social knitting. Please be considerate of others while you sit and knit. We all want to get back together and spend time with friends, but we only have so many chairs available so we can continue social distancing practices – not everyone is comfortable being that close to others even if they are fully vaccinated.