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Best of Boston: 2014 Best Do-It-Yourself Craft Space

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The only bead store in Boston specializes in the rare, bright, and shiny variety, sourced from around the world by owner and self-styled ” personal bead shopper” Andrea Garr, who will happily hunt down that ultra-specific bauble you’ve seen in your mind (but nowhere else). There’s also a dizzying range of classes taught by local artists for novice and advanced crafters, including clay, Tunisian crocheting, bead-weaving, and metalwork, as well as introductory courses for kids.

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CBS Boston’s Best Art Supply Stores

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For those artists who prefer yarn or beads as a medium, Bead + Fiber is perfect. It is conveniently located in the SoWa neighborhood for those artists who have studios in the area or are lucky enough to live there. The biggest draw for this shop may not be the jewelry making supplies, accessories and yarn, though. It has a great array of art workshops that will teach amateurs how to use the materials or teach established artists new tricks.

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Lifestyle blogger: She Knows

Georgina takes a trip to Bead + Fiber, a one of a kind shop that offers all kinds of fabric, yarn, fibers, and beads: anything you could want to help you make stunning handmade accessories.

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SoWa Vintage Market Fashion Show

A great night in Boston’s epicenter for artists, modern residences, creative businesses, and purveyors of fashion. The SoWa stroll’s finale was the vintage fashion show held in the SoWa Vintage Market. This fun fueled fashion show featured vintage clothing and accessories from the SoWa Vintage Market and the legendary Bobby From Boston. Our volunteer models were members of the concierge community and they brought the fun in high vintage style! Fashion Show Production and Styling was provided by Kathy Benharris and hair and make up were by MLR Artist Management. The first ever Concierge/Hospitality Stroll in SoWa was developed by Ann Heimlicher of Boston Spot-Lite, Liz Cahill of GTI Properties, Inc., and Stephanie Pernice and John Warren of the SoWa Vintage Market.

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