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I'm Patti Jacobson, the owner of SHEEP THRILLS, which is located in Lauderhill, Florida in central Broward County midway between Boca Raton in Palm Beach County and Aventura in Miami-Dade County - a short drive to the Beaches of Fort Lauderdale and the mega Sawgrass Mills Mall -  SHEEP THRILLS is the go-to destination for locals, snow birds and tourists who enjoy knitting, crocheting or weaving and if you can't visit us in person be sure to check out our web store.  It makes most of our spectacular merchandise available to everyone and it's growing every day. 

We want everyone to always feel WELCOME at SHEEP THRILLS.

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starts February 10th and runs through March 1st. - During that time every skein of Malabrigo yarn is on sale in our shop and on this website for a 25% discount.  To prepare for this annual event SHEEP THRILLS has added to its already huge selection of Malabrigo yarns.  If you are not familiar with Malabrigo yarns, in addition to looking beautiful, they are reasonably priced (even before the sale), have a soft hand and knit up wonderfully. 

On January 1st SHEEP THRILLS
three doors down from our original location to our new store.  Our new address is 4701 North University Drive, Lauderhill, Florida 33351 and our new phone number is (954) 742-1908.  The new store is three times the size of our previous location and has everything we think our customers could want.  When we moved we thought we would have enough room to display all our yarns and notions and books and patterns and gifts.  That was before we went on a buying spree and doubled our already enormous selection. On top of selling space, we have a dedicated room for weavers, a small classroom for 6 or less and a big classroom that can handle 50 students. Our dedicated Needle Room is large enough for us to display our collection of the largest inventory of premium needles in America.  We have a Fine Yarn Salon especially for our cashmere and silk yarns. There a five separate seating areas for those customers who like to come and stay all day.  Our new kitchen has seating for a dozen customers to have lunch together, a full coffee bar and everything anyone could need to prepare anything from snacks to Thanksgiving dinner.  We have 5 TVs and a store wide sound system.  There is a complete finishing station with a washer and dryer and blocking table.  There is a dedicated Ravelry computer for our customers and three restrooms.  Even with all that we still are the most welcoming, warmest yarn store you will ever visit.  If you can think of anything we missed let us know because our goal is to make SHEEP THRILLS a special destination for knitters, crocheters and weavers who visit or live in South Florida.

SHEEP THRILLS is honored to host four of America's fiber arts super stars - teachers, designers and industry leaders - during the next two months.

- After many years of teaching knitting  and crochet, Deborah discovered weaving in 1996, and her love of fiber, texture, and color came together. Since then she has worked full time as a weaver and artist, including teaching fiber arts, creating and selling wearable art, giving lectures, and showing in local, regional, and national exhibits. Deborah's work has been exhibited at galleries and museums across the country, she has won numerous awards, and written articles for national publications. Her work has been commissioned by churches and is in many private collections. Since 2004 she has been an artist in residence, teacher, and weaver at Studio Channel Islands Art Center in Camarillo, CA.  She regularly teaches at Stitches events, Vogue Knitting Live!, TNNA, Madrona Fiberarts Festival, Convergence, and many yarn shops and conferences around the country.  Deborah is a frequent contributor to Handwoven magazine with articles and patterns for rigid heddle weaving.  Additionally, she already has 2 (soon to be 3) successful rigid heddle weaving classes with Craftsy.com and is currently finishing a book about rigid heddle weaving for XRX!Deborah loves helping people discover the joy of weaving.For more about Deborah, go to - www.DeborahJarchow.com
BARRY KLEIN - Barry Klein is the owner of Trendsetter Yarns. Barry grew up in the knitting industry by working in his mother’s yarn shop. Barry learned how to design patterns and eventually began designing knitwear for his yarn shop customers and the movie industry. Barry and his Mom started Trendsetter with the idea of bringing the most exciting textured and fashion yarns to the knitting customer. In 2012, Lotus Yarns joined the Trendsetter family, offering a collection of luxury fibers. 24 years since the start of Trendsetter, Barry continues to guide the company and create on-trend yarns and knitting patterns. Barry has published  5 knitting books, appeared on a variety of craft television shows, is a knitting spokesperson and teacher at Stitches Events, Vogue Knitting Live, and trunk shows. Barry has been a voted member of “Top 10 Men who Knit Throughout History.”

STACY CHARLES - Is an owner of Tahki Stacy Charles, Inc., a New York-based yarn company inspired by its relationship with Fashion Avenue. TSC currently has a portfolio of 5 distinct brands that can be found at leading yarn shops across the United States, as well as online. Stacy Charles seemingly grew up in the yarn industry. He started in the business working for his Uncle Sam and Aunt Irma, who supplied buttons to the RTW market and imported European yarns for the hand-knitting market. Some years later, Stacy’s love of European fashion and knitting inspired him to start his own eponymous company. 

STEVEN B. - Steven Berg is a fiber artisan that is armed with a wealth of experience, a daring sense of style, and a firm belief in the transformative power of creativity that knitting or crocheting offers to all who are brave enough to push the boundaries. Berg began his career early as a young boy, furiously knitting lines of sequin dresses for a discerning clientele of Barbies in Wisconsin.  This naturally led him to become a star student in fashion design at both Parsons and the Fashion Institute of Technology. Following graduation, Berg found inspiration in the beautiful, fashion capitals of the world for many years, as a VP of design at Perry Ellis. His creative work experiences brought him back to his favorite medium again, the one that always inspired him the most, the imaginative world of fiber arts.  You'll find Steven in his store in South Minneapolis encouraging his knit-crochet-fiber loving friends to push the limits, hosting a party at his eclectic store and always pouring out his latest designs. Steven’s knitwear designs of ‘chunky funky’ creations have caught the attention of Hollywood celebrities and stylists.  Steven reminds all fiber aficionados: ‘The possibilities are endless.’ ‘There are no mistakes, only variations.’ And always remember to ‘Glam it up!’



(954) 742-1908

 4701 North University Drive
       Lauderhill, Florida 33351


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