Clothing, Fiber and Fabric in Mineral Point
AGAINST THE GRAIN. A studio and Gallery that showcases the creative talents of wood sculptor, Don Mahieu and artisan quilt maker, Joey Mahieu. Inspired by nature, Don utilizes regional hardwood burls & oddities to create unique and refined wood sculptures. Joey specializes in commissioned quilts and custom long-arm machine quilting, basting and intricate pattern work. Purveyors of high end sewing antiquities and collectibles, both artists deal in new, vintage and antique handworked quilts, quilt pieces, linens and fabrics. 31 High Street p: 608-987-2329, e: email@example.com
ARTFUL APPAREL & MORE. Kathleen Nutter. Hand-woven work is available at Artful Apparel on High St. where she hand dyes, weaves and finishes the pieces. Using cottons, silks, bamboo, rayon and wool she creates one-of-a-kind functional garments in vibrant and diffused colors based on natural elements. http://unique-handwoven-hats-scarves.com
BARGAIN NOOK. Quality used and new apparel, plus household items and an ever-changing variety of merchandise. Extra savings on your birthday. Revenues support the Hodan Center programs for people with disabilities. Open 7 days a week year round. 242 High Street 608.987.3774
SIMPLY SCARFS~ETC. Handmade scarves and accessories, plus a fine line of Fair Trade, Recycled Sari Ribbon, Silk, Wool, Cotton, Banana Fibre, Mohair, Bamboo and Paper. 154 High Street. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TOWN & COUNTRY. A great line of children’s clothing to add a little style to the babies and toddlers in your life. 232 High Street. 608.987.3632
ALPACAS OF PRAIRIE STATION. A home-based store with hand-dyed and hand-painted alpaca yarns and roving, along with wonderfully soft alpaca related gifts. Suri alpacas of Peruvian and Bolivian heritage, are bred for solid, well-shaped animals with strong lock structure and easy to manage disposition. You can come to the farm and see these lovely gentle animals. Just call ahead to arrange for a visit. 608.987.5400.
RED HORSE FARM. Home to a flock of fiber llamas, whose fleece is hand processed, dyed, spun and woven on site. Jane dyes or paints almost anything that walks past and creates stained glass sheep and other whimsies. And in winter, they produce a small line of historically inspired weaving looms. 608.987.1393