: A wide selection of goods, from furniture to watches selected and edited with a modern sensibility.
has nice things - for your home, for you, to give as presents. Located in Bucktown, it has become a regular stop for shoppers living in and visiting the neighborhood. It is clear that Stitch is now a Chicago staple - it's like a modern general store, something for everyone. Their site gives a good overview of the product range, and is the home to the gift registry.
There is a focus on leather goods - both in the furnishings and smaller goods, including some really great wallets and bags (a silver leather diaper bag
!). The leather goods are priced well, not inexpensively.
The selection of tabletop items is really nice, keep it in mind for outfitting a dinner party or picking up an appreciated hostess gift - we especially like the serving pieces. The placemat done in chocolate leather with white stitching at $30. is something we think of as a classic Stitch item.
Other goodies: studded pillows by Victoria Tsarukyan, herringbone Birch Roma blankets and the gold Orion bowl by Michael Kramer.
Pictured: Delano chair, Pacific coasters, and Zeug flatware.