People You Will Meet at Dances

Debbie Floyd, Owner

Knitting has been a passion of Debbie's for almost 15 years.  Learning at the age of ten, the needles were soon put away as she entered the teenage years, and they remained packed away while she went on to college, raised three children, carted said children to MANY activities, attended grad school, and taught middle school, first as a sixth grade teacher and then as the librarian.  She picked up needles again on vacation during the fun-fur faze, after visiting a yarn store with a friend. She hasn't stopped since, and there isn't a city she visits that she doesn't find the nearest yarn store.  Debbie recently retired following an educational career of 31 years and decided opening this store would be her "chapter 2".  It is her sincere hope that Dances is a place where you find great yarn and also experience a welcoming gathering spot where you just want to sit and share companionship and a cup of coffee with others who love the craft. Welcome!


Nikki Katsaros

As a young child, Nikki learned the basics of knitting from a beloved aunt.  Periodically she would pick up needles and yarn to knit small squares or strips that became little scarves for stuffed toys. Fast forward through the busy years of college, graduate school, work life, marriage and motherhood - the knitting interest continued.  When her youngest child started school Nikki decided to learn to knit garments.  Twice she enrolled in knitting classes at craft stores only to be disappointed when they were cancelled due to low enrollment.  Not willing to give up on yarn and sticks, she bought a book, some bright, fabulously pink Anny Blatt 100% wool yarn and knit a cardigan. There are mistakes in that cardigan and the finish work is imperfect.  However, so much has been gained – knitting friends, a whole world of fiber, the sharing of knitting skills and the life long learning of new skills.  In addition, Nikki realized a valuable lesson with that solo project.  It is one that she would like to share with all would be knitters.  That is, that there is little to no risk in knitting.  It is a forgiving, fun and exciting personal art form which yields great reward.  After years of happy knitting, Nikki still wears that imperfect sweater on cold winter days while preparing supper or puttering around the house.  By the way - the color is still fab!


Located in beautiful Sycamore Square Shopping Center in Midlothian, VA, come visit us!

1229 Sycamore Square
Midlothian, VA 23113


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Phone: 804-594-5849