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Ewe Knit’s Building Still Recovering From Being Struck By Lightning

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Ewe Knit’s location off Cedar Street has been closed since March 31st. The Carrollton Fire Department did an incredible job responding to the lightning strike. Below is an update from Ewe Knit’s Facebook page of the progress!

Hello fellow yarn divas! We miss you all so very much. At this time, we still have no power at Ewe Knit due to damage from lightning. Once damage is repaired, we will let you know. Thanks for being patient and supportive. This process with insurance companies, contractors, etc. definitely takes time. In the meantime, keep in mind that we will have a booth at Mayfest on Saturday, May 2nd. Please come by and visit, say hello or just send some prayers our way! We love you all!

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