Welcome to our Studio & Craft store website

If you are like me you've probably been crafting for years.  But like me – has your stash turned into a living nightmare?

Thank you for stopping in, feel free to visit, on site or in our craft, art and hobby consignment store specializing in a wide variety of arts and crafts supplies as well as finished pieces by local artists and crafters. Join us in our studio, attend a class, or just hang out with like minded people - hope to see you soon.

340 Lashley Road, Longmont, CO, 80504 303-485-3707
Hours: Monday - Saturday 10.00 am 6 pm;
Sun Open by Appointment.
Watch our event schedule
When the Studio is open the Store is open.
craft books + local designers + bags + jewelry + kitchen + bath + gifts + cards + fabric + card making + sewing + fiber art + supplies + vintage + eclectic
 

 

Classes & Events

View our calendar - sign up & participate in upcoming classes, book your group or gatherings studio time."

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Portfolio

Everyone needs to have access to our incredible prices on fabrics and stash, that can't be found using a coupon.

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Craft Talk

"We all have a dream or desire to design, to create, to love - this is my dream - join and become a part of it."

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Online Catalog

"Coming soon - online catalog for online purchases - sign up for our newsletter to keep yourself updated."

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Turn your Stash into Cash

SABLE: Stash Accumulation Beyond Life Expectancy - Is this you? Discover how to finally get some return on your leftover and unused craft items.

Craft in our Studio

Attend a class, or bring a current project and discover a fun place to hang out with like minded people.

Consign your handmade items

Take advantage of the benefits that a consignment store can offer.

Pallet Inspiration

Like most crafters we all have an ongoing fascination with both Pinterest and Pallets.

I was contemplating a better way to display the jewelry and had months ago found this amazing pin.

While I loved this idea, I have been dying to make something for the store out of a pallet, and after tons of input about why it would not work, I decided to bite the bullet and go with my original idea...

Honestly, don't you love it when your gut was right?