In a word---Ogden. I guess it's because it is close to where I live, but I seem to spend a lot of my time in Ogden--especially "crafty" time.
My first love, as I have alluded to before, is counted cross stitch and there are few shops better than Shepherd's Bush. How many places can you get great stuff AND talk to designers at the same time? I love this shop; it was one of the first places I discovered when I moved here and it continues to be one of my favorite stops.
Okay, I do not really watch Everwood--the few times I have are when I have been trying to catch glimpse of this building. It's part of the set and it's right across the street from my LYS. We have even been attending our knitting group on nights they are filming---it's pretty cool.
Finally, there is my LYS--The Needlepoint Joint. Sorry I don't have the full shop front picture--I had the kids with me(as you can see by young diva in the picture) and I didn't want to risk them getting hit by a car while I was trying to take the picture. This is where I learned how to knit, built up my stash, got great advice, and met some of my best friends.
Another great stop in Ogden is Knit Craft Studio--it looks like a house of horrors inside and out, but man can you find good stuff there. Margene had some good shots of it on her blog a while back.
Finally there is the Dinosaur Park--I won't bore you with a ton of pictures of it but little kids love it where else can you get a shot like this?
That's the quick tour of my Ogden hotspots :)
Happy knitting and aloha!
PS(I was going to devote a whole post to this but I can't resist spreading the wealth now. Are you looking for socks? Then check these two sites out: Six Sox Knitalong (I completed 4 of the 6 last year--new year starts tomorrow) and this that I stumbled upon last night during a caffeine induced surf fest--I'll warn you the download is 99 pages but once you do it you can pick and choose the patterns you'd like to print. Enjoy!)