Category: Yarn Shop Dublin

We’re still homeless

Our online shop has reopened. While we work our way through boxes of stock please be patient with us as it may take a little bit longer to get your orders out but we will aim to post them within 2 days.

Unfortunately we are still without a shop but are happy to accept orders over the phone if you prefer.

Call us on 086 3294558

Loza Wool is moving

Big changes for 2023

As we move into 2023 we are commencing the big job of packing up our shop. Our time in Bawnogue is coming to an end and we are on the move again. As we get everything packed up, we won’t be operating to our normal hours. You are still welcome to drop in but we would recommend phoning first (086 3294558) to make sure we’re there as we’ll be travelling back and forth to our storage space.

Online orders won’t be affected as we’ll continue to pack and send orders out as normal.

So far, sadly, we have been unable to find new premises but we’ll keep you updated on the progress of our search. We want to assure you that we will be continuing to operate in whatever way we can till we find a new home and are continuing to get deliveries of new stock.

10th Birthday Competition

10th Birthday Knitting and Crochet Competition

We want to see your lockdown projects. What have you been knitting or crocheting these past few weeks? Send us your pictures via email, facebook , WhatsApp  or use the hashtag #lozawool10 on Instagram. Include details of the pattern used (if it’s not your own design) and yarn. Closing date for entries is Sunday May 3rd.
You could win a €50 voucher to spend at Loza Wool and more prizes still to be announced. We can’t wait to see your projects.

Closing date Sunday May 3rd, winners will be announced May 4th
Prize cannot be redeemed for cash

Loza Wool is 10 years old!

10 years ago today we opened the doors to our first shop in Castle Crescent, Clondalkin. It’s a wonderful feeling after all these years to still be doing what we love, helping people to develop a love of crafts, seeing all the fabulous projects that you create and advising on the best products to use.
Just a few months prior to opening I (Maureen) had a coffee with Alan Strowger, the Irish sales rep from Sirdar yarns. I was toying with the idea of starting an online yarn shop but Alan convinced me to go all out and open a bricks and mortar shop too. Many times over the years we’ve laughed about how it’s all his fault!
It’s been an interesting time, with many highs and lows, moving to bigger premises, then having to pack up and move again with the next new location falling through after we had packed everything up. Finally we found our special space in Ace Enterprise Park which has proved to be the perfect location for both ourselves and our customers.
In the current climate, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have had to re-think all the plans for our 10th birthday celebrations. However, we’ll hopefully all be back to normal soon and can look forward to our next 10 years.