Loop is a yarn shop in Islington, catering for those interested in knitting and crochet.
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15 Camden PassageIslingtonN1 8EA
- +44 (0)20 7288 1160
I have been to a lot of knitting stores and this one was definitely NOT worth the trip from central London. Dark store with very little natural light on main floor, narrow door to squeeze through while entering, and absolutely no greeting or offer to assist me during my 20 minute browse. I found the selection minimal compared to the many Canadian and American stores that I have visited and...more
The folks at Loop could NOT have been more helpful and accommodating. They directed me to local yarns, were extremely knowledgable about their products, and were willing to chat with me while they wound one of my purchases for immediate use. Their friendliness and offer of a plastic bag for my computer (it was raining) was much appreciated. Right up the street from the Angel tube stop, this...more
I took a quick, pleasant underground train trip from our hotel and ended up in the world of Eliza Doolittle! This yarn shop had every other one I visited in London beat hands down for friendly, knowledgeable staff, great selection of choice hand dyed yarn from the UK, fabulous historical neighborhood with tons of antique shops and great little cafes, and just plain fun. I think I must have...more
What a wonderful wee shop! A quaint wee place tucked away in a cute little back street of Islington. It's a very short walk from the tube station (Angel) and is easy to find.
This to me is a high end knitting shop, a total pleasure to visit, lots of lovely yarns over two floors to squish and really great staff who are knowledgeable and really helpful. You definitely feel like you are not...more
According to Vogue Knitting, knitting is the new yoga for men! Well, I like to think so myself, even though I would say that crocheting is the new Pilates?
My Mum taught me how to knit when I was little and I still remember how we sat together in the living room, the TV running in the background and me fighting with the loops or stitches not being of equal consistency and thus my scarf having...more