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Windsor Button Shop Boston, MA

Palady | Posted in General Discussion on

Drussell poste in message 9209.26. asking if the shop was still open.

I replied yesterday, 12.17.08 that it is.  Realizing that post is the 49th in the pink coat Thread, and is unread as of this moment, it may be missed.

Here’s the Google URL that drussell, or other interesteds, can open.



ETA – As a bibliophile, my delight is the Brattle Book Store is on the opposite side of the street.  A grand place to look for sewing or other needlework books.  Of course one’s interest might be another selection of books.

me again


Edited 12/18/2008 5:02 pm ET by Palady


  1. drussell | | #1

    Thank you for the post about the Windsor Button Shop. You're right about my missing your reply in another thread. I would have eventually found it though since there is an e-mail notice about replies. I just don't check my e-mail more than a few times a week.

    Next time I'm in Boston, the button shop will be one of my stops.

    1. Palady | | #2

      >> Next time I'm in Boston, the button shop will be one of my stops. <<

      Good idea truly.  Standing at the counter looking at the button drawers is in it self a delight.  For me anyway.

      On one of the Google listed URL's, there's a post from a disgruntled shop visitor as to the purchase of yarn.  The expectation was some sort of a markdown because of the near $1000.00 having been spent.  This was rejected and the poster took offense.  My take is when asking a question, one has to be prepared for the possibility of recieving an answer other than what is desired.

      Granted many of the products are pricey.  Still it is an individual choice as to what one can spend on anything.  

      Once you've scouted it out, please post and let members know your thougths.


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