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Husky’s ten-piece army of pliers ($20 at Home Depot, 124-04 31st Ave., near 124th St., Flushing; 718-661-4608) aren’t just sturdy and well-designed; they’re cheap and unusually fun-looking.


Wool and the Gang’s DIY kits come with chunky Peruvian yarn, needles, and patterns to make good-looking vests, hats, and scarves ($79 to $169 at the Smile, 26 Bond St., nr. Bowery; no phone yet).


K Hall Designs’ shea-butter egg soaps smell delicious (jasmine, pomegranate, cypress), look cool, and are speckled with coffee grounds for exfoliation ($72 for a dozen at Gracious Home, 766 Sixth Ave., at 25th St.; 212-414-5710).


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