506-533-7002 • 314 Main St, Shediac, NB E4P 2E3, Canada


What is the Have Ewe Any Wool? Yarn Shop


Have Ewe Any Wool? Yarn Shop is mainly a yarn and wool shop located in the heart of the beautiful ocean side town of Shediac, NB.  Everything you need to inspire your creative talents be it knitting, crochet, cross-stitching or loom knitting can be found in our quaint little shop.

Have Ewe Any Wool? Products

Yarn, wool, floss, needles, patterns, accessories, and more!

We carry a large selection of the yarn, wool, and floss brands you are looking for. Most of the popular brands that we carry include the following list. If you are looking for a specific brand that is not on the list let us know. We will do our utmost best to bring it in for you as soon as possible.
  • BrandsBriggs & Little (Locally Made in New Brunswick)
  • James C. Brett (Marble Chunky, Marble DK Weight, and Aztec Alpaca)
  • Patons
  • Bernat (Bernat Blanket-All colours)
  • Phentex
  • Red Heart
  • DMC Floss
  • Charlescraft Aida Cloth
  • NORO
  • Universal Yarns
  • Drops
  • SISU
  • Valdani Floss
Rug Hooking Supplies 
Knitting looms
Knitting & crochet pattern books
Knitting, crochet and cross-stitch accessories including Bamboo needles and Knit Picks Hooks and Needles.  Felting blocks and punch needles.
The Waterford Girl handmade soaps, candles and bath essentials.  Handmade by Lisa Ramey of Waterford Ontario.
Local 100% Pure Honey by Chris Lockhart of Allison, NB


Learn how to crochet, knit, knitting with loom, and more

Social Night Classes
Thursday evenings at Have “Ewe” Any Wool? Yarn Shop is Social Night. Come on in and bring the project you are working on be it knitting, crochet, cross-stitching or anything that inspires you to create, meet new friends or meet up with old acquaintances, share ideas and learn new skills.  This is free to attend.  Coffee, tea and cold beverages are available to purchase.
Beginners Knitting Class
Tuesday evenings
Learn the basics of knitting.  You will learn how to cast on stitches, bind-off your piece, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, how to increase and decrease.  You will learn how to read a pattern and a lot of other information required to master the craft of knitting. Learn different types of stitches required to create most common items.  In the four-week session you will knit basic slippers, a scarf, a headband and a dishcloth.  Classes are limited to 6 people to allow ample one-on-one time.
Free Knitting Loom Lesson
The knitting loom is becoming a favourite among clientele who are interested in learning a new craft.  The lesson is free with the purchase of the loom and materials required from the shop.  Drop in anytime during business hours for you free lesson and get started creating right away!  The Infinity Scarf made on the loom is the perfect Christmas gift for someone on your list and you will have plenty of time to complete your project before Christmas.  Come on in and check it out.
For pricing or if there are any requests for a class for a specific technique, please contact the shop and we will do our best to accommodate your needs

Deborah Belliveau

Proud owner and operator of the yarn shop

After holding several jobs in sales, Debbie decided to fulfill her lifelong dream of owning and operating her own business, thus became the creation of Have “Ewe” Any Wool? Yarn Shop.  Being an avid knitter, crocheter, cross-stitcher, quilter and basically any other craft that crossed her path, this seemed the logical choice for a business.  Debbie’s knowledge of the craft world allows her to be a helpful resource to crafters.  The shops main focus is to keep the ancient art of knitting alive.

Raised in a military family, Debbie was born in Germany and returned to Canada at the age of 7 months old.  She lived in military PMQ’s until the age of 12 years old and then moving to the north west part of New Brunswick where the family lived for 6 years.  Debbie’s Father and Mother owned and operated a power line construction business.  This is where Debbie was introduced to the exiting world of business proprietorship.  Debbie’s mother was the company bookkeeper and Debbie worked summers in the office absorbing accounting knowledge and traveled occasionally with her father on the road to look at jobs up for tender.  It was while living in Saint-Leonard, NB that Debbie learned the french language.  Upon graduating, she attend Universite du Quebec at Trois-Rivieres, Quebec studying french as a second language.  Upon completion of this program she continued her studies in accounting at NBCC Moncton, Oulton’s Business College and Atlantic Business College in Fredericton.

Drop in and visit Debbie during business hours and get inspired to learn and create your own piece of art. 

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