It's called Temporary Measure and not only is it a beautiful shop, but it's also a café too.
They sell all manner of crafty goodness, designed by themselves. Balls of Debbie Bliss wool line the shelves, along with patterns and kits for you to make your own woolly gems.
There are also their printed range, featuring a bear and a rabbit - canvases, bags, cushions, mobiles, oh I could go on!
Do take a peak over here to visit their website, from whence I have 'borrowed' these images.
I bought the pattern to make a knitted purse whilst I was in there (but I could have spent much more). I then bought some wool when I was at Abakhan, Sirdar supersoft aran, and started knitting.
Ta dah! Here's my completed purse. The knitting part was tres simple, the fitting the fabric bit not so, fiddly corners etc but I persevered and this is the result. I'm pretty impressed and as I bought three balls of wool, can make many more combinations still.
If you are in the area, do drop by. I hear that the shop is up for sale, as it's grown so busy that the owners cannot continue to do everything all at the same time. For, after all, it was only ever meant to be a temporary measure.