Sunday, June 13, 2010

NYC part 2

                       
 Here are some store snaps. I know, I know. Alot of pics but I couldn't help myself.

  hand carved stamps from abc carpet and home. that store is full of wonder.

 more stamps

love this store. lots of cute kitchen items.
aren't these great?
this super cool window display was made with all knitted or crocheted items. A tribute to Coney Island
love the door handles
yarn wall
need a sampling of yarn? 
LOVE these scarves. Great colors. I want one!
some small goodies I brought back
and as much as I love visiting the city I am so happy to come home to this. 

Thanks for coming along for the ride.
xo,
dana

8 comments:

Kate England said...

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Kolleen said...

love all your photos!!
thank you for sharing!!!

and ... i really want one of those scarves!!!! <3

i also love those door handles....so FUN!!!

xxoo
k

stephanie levy said...

oooh love these :) thanks for inviting us for the ride!

C a r i s s a said...

how beautiful! i love your bag of treasures! thanks for capturing + sharing it all! i bet your home nest feels great right about now ;D

xo
Carissa

jacqueline said...

Dearest Dana, NYC is such fun!! I really enjoy reading and looking at all the photos on your trip! Thanks for sharing it with us! Your little loot of beads and stamps are gorgeous! Have a lovely merry happy week and love to yoU!

AG Ambroult said...

oh you bet I will be going to that sotre this summer when I visit my sister. How did I not know about this before?! Those stamps are fabulous and I think I need myself a glass hand!

Wini said...

Wow, what a fab collection of photos! I love the stamps, the knitted door handles, the scarves, the yarn wall and the beads! Thx for sharing :))

cindy silver said...

I love the Lion Brand Yarn Store...but I've never been inside. My daughter lived on that street last summer a block away. But every time I visited her it was closed or I just couldn't get there. I hadn't seen this new window. Isn't it amazing? Thanks for the pictures and the view of home...The Hudson Valley, so beautiful.