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Heyde Sewing Machine Company needs every inch of its 5,500 feet of retail space: shelves groan under the weight of more than 5,000 bolds of cloth, and in addition to sewing notions and quilting supplies, the store stocks machines from brands such as Brother and Pfaff. This wealth of fabric and needlework necessities sets the stage for classes on subjects ranging from basic sewing-machine operation to advanced undertakings such as quilting or navigating embroidery-lettering software. In addition to friendly instructors, the staff includes skilled technicians ready to repair sewing machines of any make or model and sharpen shears dulled by snipping obnoxious neighbors’ power lines. The store’s encouraging embroidery and quilting clubs, as well as its library of patterns, make for a creatively fertile atmosphere that brings crafters back again and again.
Founded in 1871 and family-owned, Forshaw boasts a long history of pairing customers with high-quality fireplaces in their 22,000-square-foot show room. Slather a fresh layer of cozy atop living rooms or dens with a direct-vent gas-burning fireplace plucked from Forshaw's extensive selection of Heat & Glo and Heatilator models. The top-selling Heatilator Novus 4236 ($1,622) warms toes and heart cockles alike, spouting forth up to 25,000 BTUs per hour from a minimalist façade that leads eyes toward the glowing fire and its elusive magic eye images. Equally at home in a corner or wall, the 41-inch wide fireplace (36-inch wide opening) maintains air quality by shuttling away harmful carbon monoxide and excess moisture. Novus's IntelliFire electronic ignition system helps cut down on gas consumption by lighting a pilot flame only when needed, and supplying a backup battery system for power outages and times when the microwave hogs all the electricity by singing karaoke.
On Pointe specializes in brand-name niche products for ballet, tap, and ballroom dancers, gymnasts, and other gravity-defiant artistic performers. Ballerinas can peruse brands such as Capezio and Sansha to gussy up limber legs with tights ($7–$30) or to guard the toe's twinkle reserves with a new set of ballet slippers ($16–$25). Slip into a pair of sleek jazz pants ($20–$40) to set hips swinging to sultry blue notes. Tap shoes ($20–$100) outfit hoofers with portable S.O.S. signaling devices, and ballroom footgear ($60–$120) from brands including GoGo Dance ensures spins and heel turns land precisely.