Olives and Bananas Wool Shop

IMG_4666 (2)Our wool shop is temporarily closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

We are pleased to offer online shopping for our local Thunder Bay and area customers, with no-contact delivery within one week. Soon we will add specific curb-side pick up options as well. Thank you for your patience while we transform our business plan.

Visit olivesandbananaswoolshop.com to see what’s in store!

During this time we hope you will join our conversation on Facebook and Instagram. We hope that our craft community can stay safe and healthy in order to gather together again on the other side.

The wool shop offers the best in wool yarn, roving, and special fibres. Merino, corriedale, BFL, wool blends, mohair, alpaca, and cotton yarns; indie dyed, Canadian producers, art yarn, hand spun, and local fibre including yarn from Mosquito Ridge Farm, Hilltop Oasis Alpacas, Firefly Fibre Arts, Roses’n’Purls, and locally produced products for stitchers from Be Natural Pottery, with more area artisan products coming soon. Our model is built on natural fibres for a more sustainable future.

Find the best yarns here from Malabrigo, Manos del Uruguay, Sublime, , Fleece Artist and Handmaiden, Briggs & Little, Rhichard Devrieze, Leo & Roxy, Cascade, Louet, Berroco, Noro, Araucania, Mineville, Regia, Opal, Rowan, Debbie Bliss, Madeline Tosh, Ella Rae, and so much more.

We are now building our stock to include embroidery supplies, aida fabric, hoops, needles, punch needles, and coming soon embroidery floss.

IMG_9509Olives and Bananas Wool Shop opened on October 17th, 2017 in the Waterfront Business District of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Located at 49 Cumberland Street South near the intersection of Pearl Street and Water Street, we’re just a block away from Thunder Bay’s waterfront park, Prince Arthur’s Landing. Our shop is surrounded by vibrant restaurants and local businesses.

The shop is put together using second hand upcycled furniture all painted using chalk paint. The vision for the shop was to be light, bright, and full of colour. The location couldn’t be better with three large west facing windows offering constant indirect light. IMG_9069IMG_9047 (1)IMG_9502

 

3 thoughts on “The Wool Shop

  1. thank you for all the info on this new wool store, I live in Thunder Bay and this is the first I have heard of this, will have to run over there and check it out. We now have two wool shops here. I will never get to the end of my stash!

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