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115 E Pender St · interesting places nearby
Crammed with locally-made, bright-hued T-shirts, backpacks and ball caps (look out for resident cat, Pounce, who likes to bolt for the door whenever possible), Blim's main business is the roster of classes on everything from line drawing to ceramic screen printing. Check to see what's on – or just buy someone else's handiwork from the shop and pass it off as your own.
Blim also stages regular craft markets throughout the year at sites around the city; they're a great way to meet local artisans and pick up unique souvenirs. Check the website.