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Instant Happiness....VV Rouleaux, Marylebone Village, London, ribbons, trims, flowers, tassels, and feathers, as well as wool, chenille, and taffeta

Rouleaux, Marylebone Lane, is the largest retailer and wholesaler of ribbons and trimmings in Europe.

The Button Queen Haberdashery

In 2009 after 30 years at 19 Marylebone Lane, The Button Queen opened new premises at 76 Marylebone Lane.

<p>VVRouleaux is London’s legendary emporium of ribbons, trimmings and braids, and oh, so much more. It’s the kind of place that instantly makes you bug-eyed with excitement, recalling childhood days of coveting ribbons, buttons and other “fancy” bits and bobs to add to your most precious and treasured collection. But it’s the grown-ups who flock […]</p>

London shopping: VVRouleaux

Le Comptoir boutique is the retail personification of the Moulin Rouge. The shop is stuffed with a gorgeous selection of wool yarn — the best in quality and color — as well as a huge selection of pattern books and magazines for the avid knitter. You’ll also find ribbons, embroidery floss and tools, and buttons galore.

Le Comptoir boutique -- another favorite Paris crafting haunt of mine.

Daunt Books | As a writer, it'd be tough to pass by this magnificent Edwardian bookshop.

17 Magical Spots To Escape To In London

Daunt Book - Closest station: Regent's Park Budget: Free entry Curling up with a good book in this Edwardian bookshop on Marylebone Road is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of central London. Recommended by information here.

Marylebone High Street, London. There are some lovely shops in this street. Be sure to visit the book shop.

Marylebone High Street, now a plush shopping hub for the seriously monied but in my childhood a local high street . My grandmother lived on the corner of Weymouth Street.

La Fromagerie nestled just off Marylebone High Street is a snug and atmospheric cafe and cheese cellar. It’s a space that should feel cold with exposed brickwork and groaning rustic shelves stacked with cheese and bread but is intimate and like stepping into a dark Dutch Still Life – with walls strung with herbs and while globes of cheese wrapped in muslin . The decor is wholesome and simple with the cafe dotted with rustic wood tables and chairs.

La Fromagerie nestled just off Marylebone High Street is a snug and atmospheric cafe and cheese cellar. The decor is wholesome and simple with the cafe dotted with rustic wood tables and chairs.

Leaden hall

Leadenhall Market in London: A covered market in the City of London, located in Gracechurch Street. The ornate roof structure was designed in 1881 by Sir Horace Jones. More recently its been used to represent The Leaky Cauldron and Diagon Alley in the fil

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