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BEDFORD-STUYVESANT  Perfect your purl this winter during a new needlework and needlework emporium on Nostrand Avenue.

Slip Stitch Needlecraft, a one-stop emporium for handmade products and materials, will open a doors on Nov. 14, according to owners Claudette Brady.

Brady, a longtime Bedford-Stuyvesant resident, sought to set adult emporium around a dilemma from her home and follow her passion for a craft, she said.

I had to leave a area to get chronicle or a needlework needle. Now, here`s some place for a area to have, Brady said.

The 400-square-foot storefront during 437 Nostrand Ave., nearby Hancock Street, will offer adult to 30 varieties of chronicle skeins, patterns and a full line of needlework needles and crochet hooks.

Ready-to-wear equipment done by internal designers will also be on sale only in time for a cold weather, with normal prices of $40 to $60, a owners said.

Those fervent to collect adult a new ability or weave and crochet with a organisation can attend a store`sStitch and Kvetch sessions, Brady added.

The emporium will horde amateur and middle lessons any weekend, as good as get-togethers where craftsmen can share their knowledge.

Slip Stitch takes a place of a former barbershop and supply store.

The business` opening eventuality will take place on Nov. 14 during 11 a.m., with booze and food served starting during 1 p.m.

Operating hours for Nov are from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday by Sunday.