Welcome to Knit on Pearl!
KNIT ON PEARL IS OPEN FOR IN-PERSON SHOPPING
Monday through Friday from 12 - 6
Saturdays 12 - 4.
WE KINDLY ASK YOU TO WEAR A MASK INSIDE OUR SHOP.
Thanks for understanding.
While our staff is vaccinated, we will continue to wear masks in the shop. We ask that you do, too.
(Of course, masks are required for unvaccinated folks, including kids under 12.)
Our shop space is small and can get crowded at a moment's notice, especially during summer. Thank you for doing your part to keep our community and visitors healthy. We look forward to the day when we can see your smiling face again!
We check e-mail every day, and are happy to chat with you! Or give us a call at 307 733-5648 during store hours so we can figure out how to best serve you.
We're happy to accommodate folks who are reluctant to come inside due to COVID-19 concerns. Call or e-mail and we'll make arrangements to leave your purchase for easy "no contact" pickup on the porch.
Join us from 6 - 8 every Thursday for Knit Night at Knit on Pearl.
We'll meet indoors or out, or split into two groups if we have a lot of folks come.
We ask that anyone who isn't fully vaccinated wear a mask for your own protection.
Knit on Pearl is Jackson Hole's source for yarn, needles and cool tools for knitters and crocheters. We're located just two blocks north and west of the Jackson Hole town square, at the corner of Gill and Glenwood streets. (The shop moved years ago from it's original location on Pearl St. to our current spot at 145 W. Gill) We're open Monday - Saturday, with Knit Night every Thursday from 6 - 8. Scroll down to see what's on tap!
Knit on Pearl started out in a tiny alcove on Pearl Street over 20 years ago in 1997.
We're here to make happy knitters happier!
Knit on Pearl is a small space chock-a-block full of yarns from all over the world, and close to home. We are proud to carry an ample selection of yarn and fiber created by regional artisans around the Rock Mountain West. Here's a list of yarn we carry.
Winters are long in Jackson Hole, and we have a robust community of local knitters and crocheters who wear what they make and make what they wear. Because Jackson is a tourist destination, we are also inspired by yarn enthusiasts who visit from all over the world.