Conveniently located in Downtown Port Angeles since 2011, we offer a wide variety of yarns,
spinning and felting fibers and are happy to assist you with your project.
Want to know more about our business and the services we offer? Use our website to get detailed information about us and learn about all the classes and events that we offer.
We're looking forward to working with you and your fiber art.
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Beginning Knitting and Simple Brioche Cowl
Sometimes it’s hard to decide what you want to do next.
We'd hoped to have a tasting party to have you sample in the store and give feedback on newly released yarns, but this year that is not going to happen.
The Berroco Home Yarn Tasting Kit Includes:
Priced at $14.95, there are only a limited number of kits available, so get yours now!
Use your imagination and be inspired by these wonderful yarns. We've also provided a link to possible patterns for using the sample skeins on our product page if you want to dive right in
COVID continues to Limit the number of classes we can offer in person.
We are Grateful For You! Please stay healthy during this Pandemic! Though Washington has eased it's restrictions, Cabled Fiber is a long narrow building and social distancing is still strongly recommended. Unvaccinated guests will be asked to wear masks, but we rely on the honor system and we will continued to wear masks when customers are present. Remember! We do provide online sales with shipping services or curbside pickup. We are also be happy to help you shop by phone.
Update:August 16, 2021
Press Release Clallam County Department of Health : Masks Required Indoors Starting August 16th — Everyone aged 5 and older in Clallam and Jefferson Counties must wear a face covering in indoor public spaces, regardless of their vaccination status, according to a new masking order issued August 13 by Dr. Allison Berry, Health Officer for Clallam and Jefferson Counties. The order will go into effect Monday, August 16th and applies to all businesses and government offices within the two counties. Masks are not required but are recommended in outdoor settings where large groups are gathering close together.
Beth & MarySue