The Quilt Place's 8,000-square-foot quilting emporium lures stitchers of all skill levels with more than 10,000 bolts of fabric and a wide variety of patterns, books, and kits. Pick up quilting accessories and fabrics from name-brand designers, including Robert Kaufman, Michael Miller, Benartex, and RJR. The 45 mm rotary cutter ($29.95) slices through fabrics like Edward Scissorhands during a vivid nightmare. To add a patch of decadence to cloth-bound projects, the Michael Miller brick print ($9.25/yd.) features classic red-brick patterns, and the Wilmington Delicate Romance ($10.50/yd.) boasts muted floral roses and butterflies, which can double as an invisibility cloak during spring camping trips.
Through a combination of classroom lectures and simulator time, the instructors at Twin Rivers Gunworks are able to train visitors in the proper use of handguns, rifles, and shotguns. These courses follow the NRA curriculum. The facility also sells new and used firearms, while its onsite gunsmith maintains and upgrades the weapons customers already own.
Surgeons Dr. Kim and Dr. Schmid, aesthetician Cammie Pascolini, and the New Image Maxillofacial staff shepherd clients toward their most confident selves. Some opt for oral and facial surgery, while others visit for Botox treatments and peels. The docs tackle heath issues, too: sufferers of sleep apnea, for instance, rely on New Image for a better night's sleep. With its experienced team, a sprawling service menu, and a welcoming office, the practice revolves around making guests feel great.
For the past four years, Cigarette Depot's trained tobacconists have helped smokers find roll-your-own tobacco alternatives to factory-made cigarettes. The roll-your-own smokes are not only less expensive, but also don't contain some of the harmful chemicals and fillers found in traditional cigarettes.
For more than 35 years, Knit and Stitch has fueled the creation of woolly masterpieces with a stock of more than 30 brands of yarn and 4,000 cross-stitch patterns, fibers, specialty threads, and accessories. Thimble-thumbed patrons can knit sweaters, tea cozies, and actual tea reproductions with yarn skeins from Plymouth Jeanne ($3.95), Universal Uptown ($4.99), and Kertzer Marble Chunky ($13.95). Fiber and specialty threads intertwine on hand-painted and blank cross-stitch canvases ($4–$20) to craft embroidered effigies. More than 600 titles of counted thread leaflets and charts are available to guide crafters through cross-stitch projects, just as a beloved family recipe guides confused grandchildren into ominous shops full of herbs and potions. Customers can select their weapons of choice from a selection of embroidery hoops, Gingher scissors, and needles from Anchor, John James, and Piecemaker.
Each of the staff members at What You Love To Do is versed in more than just one method of healing, from massage therapy to reiki and the cranial release technique. Together, their services are designed to both repair the body and help prevent future injury or illness. For example, they work to realign the body's energy levels with vibrational sound therapy, which can help clients feel more relaxed and energized. Their craniosacral and massage therapies can help rid the body of persistent tension and aches, while ionic foot baths expel toxins from the body through the feet, the most favorable body part from which to expel toxins.