Who is woolsalon?
LEARNING, EXCHANGING IDEAS AND RELAX at our wool store in Vienna
The wool store in Vienna is a meeting point for knitting and crochet enthusiasts, creative people or anybody that wishes to learn how to knit or crochet. In our knitting cafe everybody is welcome - first-timers, experts or masterly grandmothers. For many people knitting or crochet is the perfect balance to a stressful everyday life which is connected with a sense of achievement. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing progress after a short period of time of one’s own project and being able to look forward to its completion. Enjoy the atmosphere at the knitting cafe over a cup of coffee and some cake while exchanging ideas with like-minded people
In our wool store in Vienna you will find many different yarns and wool types, which can be used for summer wraps, thick winter socks, snugly loops or anything your heart desires. In choices of colour you can let your imagination run wild. Please feel free to have a look around our online store or come meet us personally in our wool store in Vienna. You can also find inspiration on our website and ask for advice.
The Wool Store with HEART and PASSION
Especially in winter, when it starts getting dark and cold outside, one finds joy in a warm home and clothing to protect oneself from the cold. Some people aren’t fortunate to have access to a warm home or clothing so we support knitting for the homeless and refugees.
Are you curious and want to finally start on your project? Then come visit us at the wool store! We are open Monday through Friday 11:00 till 19:00 and Saturday from 10:00 till 18:00. We are here for you with creative ideas and the newest wool trends.
Do you want to stay in contact with us at all times? Join us on facebook: Wollsalon Sunshine Loop
The in Hietzing residing architect Sunčica Wilhelmer found her balance and a great addition to her job in knitting and made a space for her passion.
Instead of just shopping for herself during her travels, Sunčica Wilhelmer decided to she wanted to share her love and interest with other people.
Since she was young she has had a big interest in knitwear fashion and over time developed a great understanding of the different cuts and patterns – ultimately architecture with wool.
She spent many hours thinking about her first location (it ended up being in her Adolf Loos house in Schliessmanngasse 11) and she fulfilled her ideas.