A Good Yarn

4 Station St
Brookline, MA 02445
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Customer Reviews (7 reviews)

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on Citysearch Jan 01, 2010
Lots of great yarn and knitting help packed into one small place! The ladies at A Good Yarn are helpful, if not always quick. This LYS is co... (more)

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on Citysearch Apr 18, 2009
This shop has all the yarn a knitter could ask for- even a snobby knitter. They also run classes each season and are so knowledgeable about ... (more)


on Citysearch Dec 06, 2008
this overpriced tiny little store is barely worth visiting. the entire staff is very unfriendly and rather pretentious. from the minute you step inside the door you are being watched and basically expected to spend... (more)


on Citysearch Feb 16, 2008
As a knitting maniac I've visited yarn stores, large and small, around the world. A Good Yarn is deceivingly stocked for a neighborhood store because it's helpful owner Beverly, manages to jam an amazing array of the... (more)


on Citysearch Aug 20, 2007
There are too many yarn shops in the Boston area to give this store your business. Owner is unfriendly, dowright surly. Frequent staff turnover. Is this because the owner is so difficult to work for? If she treats her... (more)


on Citysearch May 05, 2007
This is my favorite yarn shop in Boston! It's deceptively small- tucked into a building in Brookline Village near the T stop- but it's full of almost any yarn you could be looking for (brand, color, and gauge). They... (more)

Erin M.

on Judys Book Oct 23, 2005
This small stores is snuggled right next to the Brookline Village T stop on the Green Line. You can hear the train pass as you browse through the numerous choices of yarn that are organized by color.The book selection... (more)

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