The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce welcomed business owners Sandy and Jim Rowney in late March with a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Knit This Purl That with customers, Chamber board members and Ambassadors at their new space located in Livermore.

Formerly located in Pleasanton, Knit This Purl That relocated to 358 South Livermore Avenue, maintaining easy access for its loyal customers and a central location in the Livermore’s busy Downtown District.  The shop features top quality domestic and imported yarn, classes, workshops, and supplies for new and seasoned knitters and crocheters.  Sandy Rowney also offers a monthly free instruction class.

“The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce congratulates the Rowney’s on the opening of Knit This Purl That in their new space and we are glad that they decided to keep this retail gem in the Livermore Valley,” said Dawn Argula, Chamber CEO.

According to the Craft Yarn Council website, nationwide 38 million consumers enjoy this craft including 20 and 30 year olds, and celebrities such as Julia Roberts, Sarah Jessica Parker and others.  Improved mood, relaxation and stress reduction are some of the positive benefits experienced by those that take up this hands on skill working with a rainbow of yarn colors and textures to produce clothing, accessories and every day household items.

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