Shops from all over the Inland Northwest including Paradise Fibers attended the party as a precursor to the Northwest Needle Market on Saturday and Sunday.
Renton, WA (PRWEB) July 25, 2014
Cascade Yarns hosted a fully catered open house for Northwest Needle Market Attendees last weekend. Cascade opened their giant warehouse to the public and shops were able to purchase directly at the event all afternoon Friday. Shops from all over the Inland Northwest including Paradise Fibers attended the party as a precursor to the Northwest Needle Market on Saturday and Sunday.
Cascade started back in 1987 in a rustic location of Pioneer Square. At this location they actually had a popular Seattle grunge band called Mother Love Bone practicing in their basement and at one time set a couch on fire.
Cascade is a family run company with Bob & Jean Dunbabin who remain actively involved. "Our mission statement is simple: deliver quality and value. A yarn should speak for itself and deliver more than the knitter or crocheter expected. Knitting with our yarn will give you the satisfaction of getting a high quality yarn at a competitive price," says Rob.
Cascade is continuously working with non-profit charities including local Seattle charity Hati Babi, Knitted Knockers and Halos of Hope. Cascade was also recently chosen as a supplier for a huge top secret art installation for Microsoft.
Paradise Fibers has Cascade Yarn for sale and has been in business since 1997 selling wool roving, knitting yarn, spinning wheels and craft supplies. The company consists of a variety of Romine family members with a sprinkle of dedicated fiber junkies and stunt men.