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Mill End Store is a spacious fabric store, an outgrowth of Oregon Worsted Company. It is a woolen textile mill founded in 1918 that sold original 'mill ends' experimental yarns and odd dye lots. Mill End is divided into seven main stores: bridal or special occasion or costumes, fashion or gourmet, cottons (this includes top and bottom weights, juvenile, quilting, sleepwear, and outerwear fabrics), home decorating, budget annex, notions, and yarn store. It has another location at Beaverton: 4955 SW Western Ave, Beaverton, OR, 97005, Tel: 503-646-3000

Location: 9701 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Portland Oregon 97222 Telephone 503-786-1234 Fax 503-786-2022

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(Aurora) Amish Workbench Furniture
(Woodburn) Ancient Ones
(Hillsboro) Arcade Book Exchange
(Portland) Armbrust and Associates
(Eagle Creek) Aunt Fanny's Antiques and Collectibles

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