Whether you’re just starting out or have been knitting for years, stop by and see why we’re more than just a store—we’re a community of crafters as eager to learn and grow as you are. You’ll find a growing selection of different yarns, needles, hooks, buttons, patterns, books, kits, and embroidery, and new items arriving daily.

Whatever your skill level or budget, at Seacoast Yarn we aim to delight and surprise you with new textures and materials every time you visit. Come in and see what makes us so special—so we can help you make your next project as unique as you are.

Our friendly and talented staff are always happy to inspire you, teach you, and help you find just what you want!


Berocco Fine Handknitting Yarns - Six Generations of Quality

The story begins in the early 1800s when Warren Wheelock's great-great-great-grandfather, Jerry Wheelock, joined the Daniel Day Mill. Located in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, this mill was one of the first in the fledgling United States to produce woolen cloth. He began an enterprise that would grow and change, enduring over six generations.

In 1905, Stanley Wheelock established Stanley Woolen Mills. The firm survived the Great Depression, two world wars and weathered the changing times and demands in the world of textiles.

In 1968, the Wheelock family formed a new handknitting subsidiary. The family name STANLEY was combined with the first syllables from the last names of two sales agents - BER from Berglass and RO from Rosenberg - and CO for company, resulting in BERROCO. With that, the company (not the man) Stanley Berroco was born.

In 1987, Stanley Berroco was reestablished by Warren Wheelock and his wife, Caroline, as Berroco, Inc. This new firm grew to become one of the largest importers and wholesalers of handknitting yarns, patterns and supplies in the United States and Canada. Its range of specialty yarns are imported from countries around the world, including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Turkey, Romania, Brazil and Peru.

In addition to its yarns, Berroco publishes an extensive range of books and patterns for both knitting and crochet. The Berroco Design Team is headed by renowned designer Norah Gaughan, an industry veteran frequently featured in major women’s fashion and craft magazines. For two years running, Berroco has been named Favorite Yarn Company in the About.com Knitting Readers’ Choice Awards.

Now operating on the site of the old Lonsdale Cotton Mill (1904) in North Smithfield, Rhode Island, Berroco continues the family tradition, providing quality textiles by continually adapting to the changing needs of the times.


Cascade Yarns - Distributor of Fine Yarns

They are a family-owned business that distributes quality yarns for hand knitting including Cascade 220, Eco Wool, 220 Superwash, Ultra Pima, and more. Their mission is to provide high quality knitting yarns in a wide range of colors at a fair price.

Cascade Yarns was founded by Bob Dunbabin in the late 80's with the desire to provide affordable quality wool yarns. This led him to Peru and to Cascade 220. Cascade Yarns continues to search the world for new yarns and add to our ever expanding color lines. Their product lines feature hand knitting and crochet yarns including Cascade 220, Lana d'Oro, Ecological Wool, Eco Alpaca, and a variety of wool, alpaca, cottons, and other high quality fibers and blends from around the world.


Plymouth Yarn Company Inc. - Providing Quality Yarns To Independent Yarn Shops Since 1964.

They offer the finest quality and newest styles in yarns. At Plymouth Yarn, a family=owned business for over 45 years, they take pride in their service and products. Plymouth Yarn is available exclusively at your local yarn shop.

They are a wholesale distributor for all of your favorite fine yarns such as Encore, Galway, Dreambaby, Baby Alpaca Grande, Worsted Merino Superwash and Eros II, just to name a few! We also offer patterns, needles and accessories all while providing quality customer service.

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