Local vendors from the Reno-Tahoe area have been invited to sell their goods and wares from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 891 Trademark Drive.
"We want to highlight all the amazing fiber-related artists and makers we have in our community in honor of Local Yarn Store Day. We're big believers in working with other businesses and makers to uplift and support each other, " said Shannon Flores, General Manager at Jimmy Beans Wool. "We selected a great group of vendors who offer a wide range of amazing and well-made hand-crafted products for customers to shop."
In addition to having an outdoor Makers Market, customers can shop both the retail space and three warehouses inside Jimmy Beans. The Team Beans will be hosting hourly giveaways of prizes, yarn and goodies throughout the day.
The list of vendors who are participating in the Makers Market are:
- Beautifully Felt
- Lisa Michele Studios
- Munley Manor
- Burl Theory
- Cross Peak Clay Designs
- Leon Dragon
- To A Tema
- Mountain Love Pottery
- ReVIVE Tahoe
For more information please contact Julia Moreno, email@example.com or 775-827-9276
About Jimmy Beans Wool: In 2002, former Silicon Valley engineers Laura and Doug Zander opened up a tiny yarn shop in Truckee, California. Jimmy, as Laura is lovingly known, sold coffee alongside the wool (hence beans in the name), and Jimmy Beans Wool was born! In 2004, the company settled down in Reno, Nevada. Jimmy Beans Wool is known for its lightning fast shipping, award winning customer service, and innovative The company owns the brands Madelinetosh, a hand-dyed yarn company, and della Q, a line of cases and bags made for makers. The company continues to develop products under its patent-pending Jimmy's SmartStix,. Additionally, Jimmy Beans produces its very own truly local yarn, Reno Rafter 7.