Wasatch & Wool reopens in new location

PARK CITY, Utah — Wasatch & Wool held its grand re-opening in its new location on Sunday to an excited and supportive crowd of dye-hards after having to shut its doors due to the pandemic. They were previously located in Kimball Jct. in Redstone.

Owner Margaux Kelleher is enjoying her store’s new location and new neighbors between Windy Ridge and Ritual Chocolate. “So many people reached out to tell me that the niche we had created was sorely missed,” she told TownLift. “A lot of people around Park City are very happy that we’ve now reopened.”

Much more than a store, the tagline for the company is “A knitting community at 7,000 feet.” Members of that community wore the colorful hats, scarves, sweaters, and gloves they’ve made over the years from the yarn purchased and the lessons they’ve learned from Wasatch & Wool. Tori Reed is an additional new instructor for upcoming classes and Knit-Alongs.

Park City resident Liz Fellows is hooked. She told TownLift, “There’s no other place like this on the Wasatch Back. It not only fills a void for finding all the products you want, but it also satisfies a creative need.”

Along with all the old favorites, Learn to Knit, Switch Trick Cowl, and Kainoruusu Mittens are just a few of the upcoming classes and the ever-popular Knit-Alongs on Thursday mornings. 

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