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This charitable vintage shop draws shoppers more for its affordable fabric selection than its dated apparel. The store was founded in 1992 to provide job training and work experience to those recovering from mental illness; the stock is donated and changes on a weekly basis. The clothing is mostly limited to once-trendy skirts, faded T-shirts, and worn-in shoes, though the hit-or-miss array of jewelry, handbags, and wide-brimmed hats is broader in scope. The store makes up for its lackluster clothing racks with an impressive assortment of fabrics: tall shelves brim with bolts of royal-purple jersey, velvet upholstery fabric, and shimmery gray brocade. Most sell for less than $5 a yard, though quantities are limited.