The Return of the Handmade

“We have something for everyone,”

    For those looking for the perfect holiday gift for a best friend, sweetheart, or favorite teacher, Deborah Aiza of Sweet ’Tauk has reopened Handmade for the Holidays at 32 South Etna Avenue in Montauk near the Naturally Good health food store. “We have something for everyone,” Ms. Aiza said.

    The venture was so successful last year that Ms. Aiza called in her farmers market buddies from across the South Fork and asked if they wanted to sell from the store, which will revert back to the Red Hook Lobster Pound next summer.

    Products including matted and framed pictures, handmade scarves, sea salts, jewelry, woolen baby hats, scented soaps, candles, glass items, antiques, a large selection of books, framed fish prints, and much more start at $4 and can go up into the hundreds.

    The store is open Saturdays and Sundays through and including Monday, Dec. 23, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.