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    Craft Supplies in East Saint Louis

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    Business Listing   Cheryls Handcrafts & More - East Saint Louis, IL - Phone: (618) 274-4804

    Business Listing   Columbia Products - East Saint Louis, IL - Phone: (618) 337-3199

    Business Listing   Johnson-Edwards Enterprise - East Saint Louis, IL - Phone: (618) 271-7120

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    Helpful Definition for: Craft Supplies

    Craft supply businesses in East Saint Louis carry the largest selection of woodturning tools and supplies in the industry. It is their mission to be the industry leader among specialty woodturning companies worldwide by providing superior service, product and value to all woodturners. The products available to the woodturners are: center-set post lock, deluxe chatter tool, center caddy, tool caddy, woodturner’s smock, apprentice drill bit extender, apprentice vase tubes, decorating elf, easy pen turner, fixtures and chucks for woodturning, pro edge knife sharpening jig, apprentice spindle steady, confetti lights, amongst other abrasives, adhesives, carving/decorative/measuring/turning/sharpening/finishing tools and materials, lathes and lathe accessories. Not only do they offer the best quality products available in East Saint Louis, they also back it up with unequalled service and support.

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