‘Lost Sheep’ yarn craft shop opens for knitting, crocheting

Local knitters and people interested in learning the art of the knitting or crocheting craft will welcome The Lost Sheep, a new business which will open in the Art and Soul building early next year. The business will have a private entrance at 808 Pennsylvania Ave., Sheboygan.

Entrepreneur Pam Smith stated that the launch of her business represents a dream that she had for years. “I love working with the crafts, as well as teaching them,” Smith stated, “my goal is to provide a place for customers to feel good about their love and desire to knit.”

Expect Smith to be hands-on with her new business as she points out “you really have to be there and help offer inspiration and education so that knitters can bring their ideas to fruition.”

Smith has worked for several years at a knitting shop in Sheboygan Falls. Her goal is to help knitters achieve their goal of a beautiful hand-crafted piece, not only by choosing a perfect yarn and other materials needed, but also to give each customer the support they need.

Financing for the business will be provided by Bank First National. Real estate site alternatives, business plan development, and financial strategy alternatives were facilitated through the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) in collaboration with Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UW-Green Bay.

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