WE ARE OPEN FOR PICK UP AND DELIVERY
We hope you are staying safe, healthy, and busy in this strange time. Given that it is uncertain how long this situation may last and our commitment to staying viable during difficult times, we want you to know that, although our physical store is closed, you can still purchase items from Two Sisters for pick-up or even delivery if you live within half an hour of Jeffersonville (Vermont).
This works by emailing or phoning in your order. We will then invoice you via email to pay with credit card on line or by cash or credit card upon pick-up (we will run the transaction through while you wait in the car) or by cash upon delivery.
Not sure what we have? We are working on updating this website to show our inventory through photos. In the meantime, please see below for a list of some of the items we have in stock. We can also order items for you. We hope this helps you pass the days and weeks ahead in a constructive and fulfilling way.
Take care and keep in touch!
Tamra and Monica, Two Sisters
Available for Pick-Up or Delivery
THANK YOU for supporting our shop during these difficult times. We hope you can find joy through creating in the coming months.The following items are available for pick-up or delivery within a half an hour of Jeffersonville, Vermont.
To see photos please visit our Facebook page at
and click on Photos, Albums.
For Pick Up or Delivery
Woven, Knitted, and/or Felted
Scarves, hats, mittens, slippers
Woven placemats, napkins, coasters, dish towels, hand towels, tea towels
Baby items – hats, mittens, booties, slippers, blankets
Hand-made greeting Cards
Books: Children’s books about sheep and/or fiber/yarn
Knitting, crochet, felting and other project books
Coiled bowls, felted bowls, crocheted bowls
Catnip toys for your cat
(These do not include knitting needles, crochet hook, or cross stitch needle – which are available for purchase separately)
Cowls – crochet
Hats – knit
Baby Sweater – knit
Child’s Sweater tunic – knit
Baby afghan (organic cotton) – knit
Baby hats (organic cotton) – knit
Mittens - knit
3-D figures – needle felting
Counted cross stitch
Ornament of the month club (foam, needle, and 12 kits which contain roving, cookie
cutter, and ornament hook – entire club for $40. Individual kits can also be
purchased for $3.00/ea)
Yarn, yarn and more yarn – a large variety including wool, alpaca, cotton and more
Knitting Needles and Crochet Hooks
Stitch markers, needle gauges, tape measures, darning needles, and much more
Patterns and books
Kits (see above)
Other needles – sewing, cross stitch, darning
Sewing supplies – thimbles, thread, tape measures, etc.
Needles – singles, packs, or multi-needle tools
Roving – a selection from Frabjous Fibers, local sheep/alpaca/llama-rabbit
Spinning Wheels (used)
Spinning Wheel parts
8/2 cotton warp
8/4 cotton rug warp
Cones of chenille, bamboo
Table top looms
Simple small looms – rectangular and round
Supplies such as heddle hooks, spools, fringe twister, etc.
Monk’s cloth for punch needle
Aida cloth for cross stitch
Tulle for wet felting and other projects
Silk scarves for nuno-felting and other projects
Felt squares – 100% wool or eco-felt, which has been recycled from plastic bottles
Cookie Cutters – over 75 shapes! The regulars plus holiday shapes for Easter and other
holidays, many animals including farm animals, unicorn, dragons, various birds (owl, bluebird, cardinal, dove, etc), dinosaurs, transportation (plane, train, car, tractor) and more!
DMC embroidery thread
Cotton and polyester thread
Chenille Sticks (pipe cleaners)
Pin backs (to make your own pins)
Magnifying glass for up-close work
Needle nosed pliers
The Two Sisters
Although born in South Dakota and raised in northwest Iowa, Monica and Tamra’s Vermont connections go back to the Revolutionary War when their ancestor, Josiah Pond, fought in the Battle of Bennington and, after the war, lived and died in Shoreham, Vermont. Another ancestor is a Sheldon who reportedly fought alongside George Washington and later settled Sheldon, Vermont, not far from Jeffersonville, where Two Sisters Mill & Mercantile is located.
We are now open for pick up or delivery only until further notice.
Please visit our Facebook page -https://www.facebook.com/TwoSistersVermont/
to see photo albums of our yarns and products.
To order, email us at or
We'd love to take your order!