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winter hours: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm, Sunday 12 - 4


COVID-19: Anthology is open for shopping for a maximum of 10 customers at a time, Monday-Saturday 10 am - 6 pm, Sunday noon - 4 pm. If we are at capacity, you might have to wait 5-10 minutes but that typically happens only on the weekend. For least crowded shopping, we recommend coming Tues, Wed, or Thursday. 10 am is usually a good time to shop, as is 5 pm. Nose and mouth must be covered the entire time you are in the store. We have hand sanitizer at the entry. We also accept orders online, by phone and email, for shipping and contactless pick-up. You can reach us by phone 608-204-2644 or email to place orders. Pictures of products and packages are on our Instagram @Anthology230 and may be purchased here. Choose from pre-picked good things/small packages or let us put one together for you. We are grateful for your support and for your commitment to the well-being of our community!




Anthology n. 1. A collection of literary pieces, such as poems, short stories, or plays, usually suggesting a common theme; 2. Any collection of works of art, such as paintings, based on a specific period, theme, or subject. [New Latin anthologia, from Medieval Greek, from Greek, "flower gathering," a collection.]; 3. A Madison, Wisconsin original owned by sisters Sachi and Laura Komai, featuring fine papers, craft kits, handmade goods, workshops, instruction and inspiration. 
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Our Craft Table
Space for working on a variety of projects, including Valentine's and Mother's Day Cardmaking.
Button Origin Story
Liberal and proud of it.

Customer Comments
& Press

Unsolicited overheards that we jot down in our little notebook.

Designed by Sachi

Designed by Laura

Good things/
Small packages
You can find more updates on new arrivals, projects and products on Facebook and Instagram, a peek into Laura's window and project brainstorming on Pinterest,
and more stories and sharing on our blog (including that time that Hillary Clinton came to our shop and we weren't here).