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Wed-Sun, 1pm-8pm; Mon-Tue, closed
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L at Graham Ave.
A boutique, thrift shop, and craft school rolled into one, this one-room space is an inviting speck of whimsy among the restrained brownstones of Graham Avenue. Owners Rebecca and Siri stock their own lines (Becky Lee Jewelry and Sirius Clothing, respectively) as well as unique handmade clothing and accessories by 45 independent and local designers (Elyse Allen Textiles, Biggs and Featherbelle, Saltlick, and hodge podge, to name a few). Behind the a robin’s-egg blue door and yellow curtains, the cheery space is divided in four: vintage goods, children’s outfits and toys, a library of craft books for on-site perusal, and a spread of new clothing (mostly embellished tees and dresses). A smattering of jewelry, colored glass bottles, buttons, yarn, and natural soaps further lends to the eclectic feel. Lessons in crochet, knitting, appliqué, and embroidery at an affordable $40 to $50 per session draw in locals year-round.
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