We will once again have Yarn Crawl “Passports” available at all participating yarn shops, additionally, you are able to download them here.

You may be asking:

1. What is a Passport?

A Passport is simply a brochure that includes all the information about each participating shop during the Crawl; each shop’s address, phone number and official hours during the Crawl; the names of several of our sponsors – essentially, the Passport provides all the Crawl’s information at your fingertips and stamps from each shop you visit.

At the end of the Crawl the passport serves as your ticket for a Grand Prize drawing, levels to be determined by the number of shops you have visited!!

2. Why do I need a Passport?

You will need to present a Passport to take advantage of the Grand Prize opportunity, again depending on the number of shops you visit. Only “Crawlers” with Passports will be eligible to win one of these fantastic prizes at each of the shops! In addition, some shops are offering some extra special gifts and discounts exclusively to those who present their Passports!

3. What should I do with my Passport?

Bring your Passport with you during the Crawl and have it stamped at each of the shops you visit. At the conclusion of your crawl, drop it off at your local shop.You will have until close of business Saturday, October 12th to drop off your Passport. The winning tickets will be pulled at closing time on that day, so don’t miss out! The lucky winners will be notified by phone. Winners will be posted on the Crawl’s website and Facebook page.

4. How do I get my Passport?

Passports will be available at any of the participating local yarn shops, or here on the website as a download.

5. Do I HAVE to have a Passport to participate in the Crawl?

No, all are welcome! But if you don’t have a Passport, you will miss out on the free Crawl pattern from each shop, some fabulous prizes, and other fun discounts and give aways that may be offered exclusively to those “crawlers” who present their Passports!! Special offers are at the discretion of each participating shop.

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