Recycled retail: 2 prime Grand Junction spaces rented to artists, crafters after shops close

GRETEL DAUGHERTY/The Daily Sentinel—Yvonne Cain, right, of the Cain Creations booth shows customer Linda Mallinson of Grand Junction a table runner in a neighboring booth at Shabby Chic Arts and Crafts Boutique, 2586 Patterson Road. The Christmas store features a variety of works by artist vendors. The business opened just two weeks ago in the former Hi Fashion Fabrics building and is expanding into an adjoining space. “I want everything in the store,” Mallinson said as she clutched a wallet and a pack of cards while browsing through one artist’s quilted wares.



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GRETEL DAUGHERTY/The Daily Sentinel—Yvonne Cain, right, of the Cain Creations booth shows customer Linda Mallinson of Grand Junction a table runner in a neighboring booth at Shabby Chic Arts and Crafts Boutique, 2586 Patterson Road. The Christmas store features a variety of works by artist vendors. The business opened just two weeks ago in the former Hi Fashion Fabrics building and is expanding into an adjoining space. “I want everything in the store,” Mallinson said as she clutched a wallet and a pack of cards while browsing through one artist’s quilted wares.

When Hi Fashion Fabrics closed and The Artist’s Haven relocated earlier this year, the nearly 25,000 square feet of combined space they left behind could have sat empty through the…




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