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  • Quality Sewing and Vacuum
    With a total of 13 locations, sewing and quilting classes, and a cornucopia of handpicked sewing products, Quality Sewing & Vacuum offers needle wielders all the necessities for their projects. Experts helm free sessions that teach participants how to use their sewing machines to work toward reinventing an old skirt or craft an elegant canine wedding gown, while special events feature guest speakers who impart home decor, garment construction, quilting, and embroidery tips to audience members. Shoppers can peruse the cache of sewing machines from brands such as , Pfaff, and Brother alongside accessories, embroidery designs, and vacuums that clean up rooms after testing out how easy it is to find a needle in a haystack.
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    10876 Myhre Place NW
    Silverdale, WA US
  • Heritage Fireplace Shop
    Heritage Fireplace Shop in Poulsbo is a popular restaurant that features a delicious menu. The great quality, set in a familiar atmosphere, will have you visiting again and again. It should be noted that business casual is the recommended attire. Heritage Fireplace Shop is an appetizing option to satisfy that next munchies craving.
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    19410 Viking Ave NW
    Poulsbo, WA US
  • Parker Paint
    One of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of paints in the Pacific Northwest, Parker Paint has been sprucing up interiors and exteriors since 1945. The company has evolved over the years to keep up with the latest advancements in painting technology. Among the multi-hued fruits of this evolution are weather-ready exterior paints, whose modern formulas scoff at the elements and prove ideal for realistic yet unflattering outdoor murals of the neighbors. With more than 1,600 shades to choose from, painters will find it nearly impossible to settle, like a bowl of jello during an earthquake. Luckily, customers can take advantage of the handy virtual decorator to narrow their choices and forecast what color schemes should be applied to which room, such as aquamarine themes for the exotic-fish room, bright primary colors for the inflatable fire escape, and a variety of yellows for a basement filled with antique butter churns.
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    14333 Aurora Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
    Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
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    3823 Stone Way North
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Design Solutions
    Seattle Design Solutions' draperies, shades, and blinds define the mood of an interior space by modulating natural-light exposure and defending privacy. Make an appointment for a free in-home consultation, and interior designers will present eyes with 10 different varieties of window coverings, including full-coverage India Silk vignette roman shades by Hunter Douglas ($435) and translucent SheerWeave 5000 roller shades ($227) that let in sunlight but leave little of the outside landscape to the imagination, interfering with a resident's ability to pretend they're living on Mars. Create dramatic shadows with 2-inch slats of rustic Graber wood blinds ($140) or modern metal blinds ($97) to aid and abet fantasies of living in a 1930s noir film. (All prices are based on a 36"x48" window.)
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    5100 S Dawson St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Larsen's Bakery
    The Three Faces of Larsen's Bakery Danish Kringle Larsen’s Bakery is renowned for its Kringle, a pretzel-shaped Danish pastry whose buttery, flaky crust encases a filling of almond paste and raisins. The treat is finished off with toppings of sugar and almond slices. Owner Poul Larsen learned to make this delicacy, and others, while working as a baker in Copenhagen at the age of 14. He brought the kringle to Seattle in 1974, and, in keeping with Danish tradition, made its pretzel shape and a golden crown his bakery’s official icon. Cakes, Cookies, and Pastries Larsen’s Bakery features more than just Danish treats. In fact, it’s sort of a United Nations of baked goods, selling Finnish finger cookies, French croissants, and Russian tea cookies. The bakery also specializes in custom cakes, including creations topped with housemade marzipan. Don’t be intimidated by all the options, though—reviewers insist that you can’t go wrong with anything stuffed with almond paste. Fresh-Baked Breads On the more savory side of the baked-goods coin, Larsen’s Bakery churns out fresh rye and pumpernickel bread each morning. They also bake specialty loaves of cardamom bread—a Swedish breakfast tradition—and Julekaka bread, a sweeter Norwegian loaf made with cardamom spice, candied fruit, and raisins.
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    8000 24th Ave NW
    Seattle, WA US