there are three, different stals,on different floors in the market, actually that I can remember,
there's a very small one,along the upper level (as you go in by the record stall) which seems to do mostly knitting supplies, (yarn, paterns and needles/hooks) withthe odd craft kit, here and there. there's "habiknit" in the middle of the meat and fish hall, which does a bit more, rugs/ canvases as well as other haberdashery supplies. (sister stall to one by the upper entrance of the l**ds indoor market)
then down on the lower floor, on the back wall, there's the "original" haberdashers/ craft/ knitting stall, that's been there twenty or thirty years, which has now spread out to occupy three stalls adjacent to each other. you can get sewing supplies, stamping stuff..
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