Depth of Field
This venerable Minneapolis West Bank institution is closing.
Depth of Field was a Yarn/Weaving/Futon store, established during the area’s heyday in the 1970s. Close to the University, the shop furnished the raw materials for thousands of projects, starting many a young knitter down the primrose path of fiber work. When the Weaver heard that it was going to shut down she had to pay her respects with an expedition to this relic of the 70s. It also didn’t hurt that everything was priced half off, including these authentic Scandinavian buttons:
Or these classic weaving shuttles:
The mannequins that sported knitwear were still there but the vacant stare of their eyes said that they knew of their upcoming fate:
There was still a plethora of real Icelandic Lopi yarn, however, even cheaper than it could be had in Iceland:
There was only one rule posted:
And a spot of humor remained: