Stop by for a friendly visit to the largest yarn shop in Texas. We have over 800 different yarns!


Who is ready to knit Hitofude? This cardigan has been on my bucket list for years and I finally made it over the holidays. Fiber Circle is hosting a Knit-Along starting with a PAJAMA CAST ON PARTY on Feb 2, 6 pm to 12 pm. From then on, come to our Wednesday, Friday or first and third Sunday knitting sessions and we will hand hold you through the pattern. We have chosen 3 yarns that will guarantee success, Collinette Jitterbug (shown), Feza Heritage (solid colored wool) or Berroco Folio (lace weight). Cost of the yarn will vary depending upon choice and size from $40 to $90 plus pattern and needles. Materials must be purchased in store to participate. See you on Feb 2 or call 972-782-6630 for more information. Will you be doing the Hitofude spread this summer?

Have socks been on your list?

Join Stacy Acevedo in Beginner Socks.
We’ve chosen Smooth Operator as the best beginner pattern available. Top down, after thought heel, on double points or circulars.
Sunday afternoons, Feb 18 & 25, 1:30 to 4

Class fee of $20 + materials, includes pattern. Reservations and 50% deposit required prior to class starting. 972-782-663


 Ready to learn something fun?
Our own Alexandra Davidoff will be teaching these fingerless mittens
on Fridays, Feb 16 & 23 from 10:30 to 12:30.

You will learn how to work cables, read a chart and duplicate stitch on our Fox or one of several other charts available.

Price is $20 + materials, pattern included. Reservations and 50% deposit required.


About Us

Fiber Circle carries gorgeous yarns for knitting and crocheting in every price range from Noro, Universal, Cascade, Colinette, Feza, Ella Rae, Kraemer, Brown Sheep, Katia, Juniper Moon Farms and much, much more.

We specialize in unique novelty yarns for scarves and accessories – our selection is the largest in North Texas.

Our mercantile is nestled in the historic downtown area of Farmersville, TX – 38 miles NE of Dallas and midway between Greenville and McKinney on TX Highway 380.  The downtown square was built in the 1890-1910 era and features numerous antique shops and restaurants all within a one-block radius. Come spend an afternoon with us and enjoy a Texas sized portion of small town hospitality.