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For Kids

For Kids
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1. Put a pony under the tree–if it fits in this folding stable ($99.99). Melissa & Doug, Wilton, CT;; available at Wood ‘n Things, New Ipswich, NH; 603-924-6381

2. This sweetly chic dress ($158) in organic terry will make your budding fashionista giddy. Sarah Waldo, Providence, RI. 401-272-1003;

3. Young shredders can hit the slopes on the Chicklet snowboard ($169.95). Burton, Burlington, VT. 800-881-3138;

4. Stash collectibles in a lined hand-knit drawstring sack ($38) with stone button. Bagley Burtt Bags, Greenfield, NH. 603-547-3839;

5. Tiny feet stay toasty in hand-crocheted booties ($8; newborn to youth sizes $7-$20). Donna Rassier, Jaffrey, NH. 603-533-8829;

6. Celebrate the 20th anniversary of a classic: Share The Mitten ($16.99) with a new reader. Jan Brett, Norwell, MA;

7. Creativity thrives at this eco-friendly Parker playtable with chalkboard top ($595), made in CT. Ducduc, New York, NY. 212-226-1868;

8. Any time is snuggly time in a handmade alpaca sweater ($45 kit, $55-$75 custom-knit). Kilblaan Farm, Sharon, NH. 603-924-6113;

9. Sweet is this fuzzy giraffe ($70). Liza Hamilton, West Newbury, MA. 978-270-8345;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to For Kids

  1. Brent Evans December 4, 2009 at 2:52 pm #

    I am an a New England Artisan and I have always enjoyed seeing the work of other artists featured here each year. Your presentation is usually lovely.
    This year you have done the artists featured this year a huge disservice. The products, especially the hand made cards, pens and jewelry, are very difficult to see. Who could tell what the hand knit sweater or the throw in the home section look like? Based on your article, I can’t imagine who would buy anything here.

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