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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 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Our Winter hours are Fri. and Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 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.
We offer quilting and sewing classes. Special classes can be set up for out of town visitors. We sell vintage sewing machines and offer maintenance and cleaning services; we sell sewing notions, buttons, laces and trims, thread, books, patterns, kits and machine and hand sewing needles. We have crochet and knitting needles: We also offer, Hannibal and Missouri items.
We carry a large selection of books, CDs and DVDs by Mark Twain; souvenirs; T-shirts; dolls; cookbooks; and other Twain related items.
Also, the shop features books about ghosts, the Civil War, Hannibal and regional history, plus original paintings and prints by local artists.
Native-made merchandise from all over America is available at the Native American Trading Company: jewelry from the Southwest as well as pottery, rugs, baskets, headdress, leather goods and sand paintings; ironwood from Northern Mexico; pottery from South Dakota and Cherokee; baskets from Cherokee and Apache; carved ivory fetishes from Alaska. We carry statuary from Mark Hopkins and art from Hermon Adams, Bev Doolittle, Howard Terpining, Judy Larson and more. Knives from Case, as well as handmade Minnetonka mocs and sandals.
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.
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