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Bring your list to the one-day-only market at the Micro Museum in Cobble Hill on Sunday. But rather than coming away with broccoli and milk, you’ll be checking out the wares - jewelry, women’s clothing, kidswear, housewares, hand-printed stationery and more - of 20 independent designers. The "Indie*Licious Holiday Bazaar," presented by the Ladies Independent Design League, promises to have one-of-a-kind gifts for all of those still left on your holiday list.

Among the temptations at the bazaar will be striking, 14-karat gold necklaces by Erika Wei of Luka; a handbag wrought from cotton knit fabric, lined with printed cotton and accented with a floral applique (pictured) by Erin Salez of It’s By Erin; and flirty, feminine dresses by Kpoene’ Kofi-Bruce of Mignonette Clothing.

You might just find something for yourself - to wear to that office party or New Year’s Eve bash, perhaps?

Refreshments will also be available in the lounge as well as giftwrap service by Girls for Gender Equity. It seems that the organizers of "Indie*Lici­ous" have thought of everything, so it’s up to you to remember your list.

The "Indie*Licious Holiday Bazaar" will take place on Dec. 17, from noon to 5 pm, at the Micro Museum, 123 Smith St. at Pacific Street in Boerum Hill. Admission is free. For more information, call (347) 729-4326 or visit the Web site

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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