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We sell vintage sewing notions, buttons, lace, fabric fat quarters, Missouri and Hannibal memorabilia. We offer sewing, craft and quilting classes. We have a gentleman's corner to visit while the ladies are shopping.
Our summer hours are daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Our winter hours are Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and run Nov. 1 through April 1.
We will be open when the River Boats stop in Hannibal and by appointments for visits if we are not open when you are in town.
Wonderful handmade items by local fiber artists. Dealer for Schacht weaving and spinning products, Addi needles and yarns.
Classes in weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet and rug hooking.
Chamtiques is a unique shop which features antiques, collectibles and primitive items. You are sure to find something for all ages, from glassware to toys/dolls from the mid-1900s. Take a stroll through yesteryear and enjoy the memories you have, or make new ones to last a lifetime.
The shop boasts a large number of post-WWII hammered aluminum pieces; more than 200 lucky troll dolls; and primitive and antique tools and implements from local farms. Enjoy locally-made products during your visit to Chamois, which is on the south banks of the Missouri River.
Vintage, new and re-purposed. Home decor, furniture, antiques and collectibles.
If you're looking for that first vintage watch or just adding to your collection of watches, Cool Vintage Watches will have that special "Piece of Time." Pleased to offer a fantastic array of watches dating from the 1900's through today. Dealing in rare and unique watches since 1997.
We are a small, fun boutique that specializes in Cowgirl Boots and everything that looks good with them! We carry dresses, jeans, jewelry and bling! Sizes S-3XL and 0-21 in Jeans, all at reasonable prices.
Cowgirl Clad Company currently has two locations in Missouri: in Springfield and Branson.
Crane's is one of the few remaining real country stores in the United States. Built in 1926, the current building is located on Old 40 in beautiful downtown Williamsburg. Crane's has been a gathering spot for many generations. Started in 1899 in Mineola, Missouri, Crane's has been the go to place for trade in a 60 mile radius. Carrying groceries, guns, hardware, gas, deli, clothing, boots, and feed, Crane's tries to be a one stop shop. Crane's is famous for its One Meat-One Cheese, Two Dollar sandwiches (all on white bread). They are also famous for their wide selection of Carhartt Clothing, Wolverine Boots, and Filson Outerwear. If you need to be outfitted for whatever the world can throw at you, Crane's can help you out. Crane's ships too! Crane's Country Store since 1926. A true general store that carries everything from boots, bullets, britches and bologna. Now on the 4th generation Crane family ownership.
European Entitlements is a specialty shop that sells home décor and garden items made in Europe. We carry Irish blankets; French and Swedish linens; German, English, Spanish and Italian table top items, along with jewelry, toys, books on Europe, greeting cards, baskets, candy and food items, and English garden tools and accessories.
Evergreen is the most talked about store at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you love to beautify your home, Evergreen is the place for you.
Specializing in affordable home accessories, custom silk trees, silk plants, silk palms, loose silk florals, Trapp candles, Luminara flameless candles, Aromatique Home Fragrances, and so much more, Evergreen has 5,000 sq. feet of viewing space for you to peruse.
Come see why so many visit us each year. We're open April through December, Monday through Saturday, 9 to 6.
Visit charming historic downtown Liberty, and discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history along with upbeat contemporary shopping and dining. Find a delightful mix of old and new from stores located in the architecturally beautiful buildings on the square to the unique shops of the restored Corbin Mill area to the many businesses nestled on the side streets and alleys.
Explore unique one-of-a-kind, owner-operated shops including several clothing and designer boutiques, antique shops, jewelry stores, home-decor shops, gift stores, a book store, salons, yoga and massage studios, a music store, a tea shop, a chocolate shop, a thrift store and several shops devoted to the arts of stitchery, knitting and beading.
The area also boasts the skills of photographers, engravers, a cooper, a cobbler and a tattoo artist.
Great choices in restaurants and food emporiums abound. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus include traditional favorites as well as creative and tasty items that are unique and wonderful. Whether you are in the mood for down-home comfort food, steaks, seafood, Italian, Mexican or Chinese, find it all downtown. Don't forget to visit the downtown area museums and historical sites for a little dip into the history of Liberty.
Cakes, cookies, chocolates and pastries of all sorts can be found at J. Noto. Talented pastry chef Jasper Noto is ready and willing to make the perfect dessert for the perfect occasion. All the cookies are made from family recipes passed down through generations.
Creations are home-made and dipped with European chocolates. Located on Historic Main Street in St. Charles.
La Bottega Vintage Shop has 6,000 square-feet of great stuff in downtown Parkville.
You can find a great variety of things, including furniture, jewelry, glass, pottery, toys, gifts – you name it, we have it.
Located in an 1800s building in the heart of Historic Downtown Hannibal, the Mississippi Marketplace offers a wide selection of wholesome foods produced in Amish country and made-in-Missouri products.
Shop here for: candy; fudge; old fashioned soda; as well as; specialty baking items; whole grains; pastas; spices; jams; jellies; local honey; handmade soap; candles; floral arrangements; home decor and much; much more. Specialty foods such as chia seeds, flax seed, gluten-free and sugar-free items are also available.
Open all year round seven days a week. FREE Samples daily!!
The Missouri Star Quilt Company carries a large selection of pre-cut quilting fabrics. YouTube sensation Jenny Doan runs the shop with her family and staff; they offer daily demonstrations, quick quilting tips and techniques. They are happy to answer any questions.
Also, they offer a mail-in machine quilting service that has been utilized by customers around the world.
Check out their YouTube video.
Native-American-made merchandise including: Herman Adams, Bev Doolittle, J.D. Challenger, and bronze sculptor Mark Hopkins; prints, and sculptures by Millcreek; jewelry depicting the cultures of the southwest including Navajo, Zuni, Hopi, and Santa Domingo; pottery from all the southwest Pueblos such as Santa Clara, and Jemez; pottery and quill work from the Lakota Sioux; and art work from the Iroquois Confederacy, such as drums, masks, and quill work; baskets from the Cherokee Nations of N. Carolina and Oklahoma; bead work, pottery and herbs from the Nuwati collection.
Odile’s features lace curtains, wall hangings, tablecloths, doilies, runners, and mantle scarves, linen goods, antique style jewelry, hats, jackets, wraps and collars, christening gowns, vintage clothing, cards, prints, books and Victorian picture frames.
Where imagination becomes reality! Bring it back to life or turn it in for cash! Repairs and restorations done in-house with old world craftsmanship and 21st Century technology!
A unique gift shop featuring Missouri wines, misrobrews and gourmet foods. Also, we carry a large selection of gifts and specialize in custom baskets and boxes. Our friendly staff is always available for wine tasting and to help with that perfect gift.
Find materials for scrapbooking and card-making; the stamping materials are hand made on-site. Messages or logos are engraved on pieces of rubber, then mounted on hand-cut wooden blocks. Special-order stamps available; classes open for anyone who wants to learn how to make stamps or cards. Other crafting supplies are available at this Mennonite-owned business.
The Dam Bead Shoppe is your resource for beading supplies and unique gifts on the Bagnell Dam Strip.
We have beads of all types, including Czech glass, lampwork, vintage, Swarovski crystal, and fire-polished glass and silver alphabet blocks. Finishing touches include sterling, Bali & Hill Tribe Silver, Vermeil, jeweled clasps and much more.
We offer bead & jewelry making classes for the beginner just starting out and for the advanced students to experiment and expand their knowledge and experience.
Our hours vary by season. Please call to verify.
Located on Historic Main Street in St. Charles; features 500 different colors and textures of stained glass. You can purchase items from custom-made lamps and windows to jewelry, ornaments and blown or stained glass gifts. A wide variety of classes are offered including beginner classes all the way to Renaissance Mosaics. Visit website for details.
We offer custom T-shirt printing, featuring traditional screen printing and using the latest technology in digital garment printing. We also feature embroidery and dye sublimation. We fill custom orders.
This boutique retailer focuses on Missouri goods and hosts an incredible selection of Missouri wines, plus a bistro that serves homemade food. Located in the Historic Hall of Waters District in Excelsior Springs, you find Missouri-made and regionally crafted products, including soaps, sterling silver jewelry, hand-thrown pottery, artwork, gourmet foods, and hand-dipped candles.
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