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1307-1311 Liberty St
KCMO, MO, 64102
United States


Good Ju Ju was voted "Kansas City's Best Antique & Vintage Store" three years in a row from multiple Kansas City media outletsGood JuJu was also voted one of the "Best Antique Stores - Coast to Coast" by Flea Market Style magazine. 

Good Ju Ju is an event venue in KC's historic West Bottoms area, and we're only open one weekend a month on "First Friday" weekends.  

We're known for having all the cool, fun, vintage, retro and antique goods from the 1880's to the 1980's!

Vintage Made Modern is my Mantra!

Good Ju Ju Blog

Welcome to the Good Ju Ju blog.  We hope this will inform you, entertain you, make you laugh, smile and maybe even shock you a little.  It's here for a lot of reasons, but mostly to include you as part of our vintage and antique family.  So subscribe to our blog and we'll send you updates when we post new info.


Vintage Made Modern is my Mantra!

Good JuJu

Vintage Made Modern has been the common theme throughout my entrepreneurial journey! Vintage content has always inspired my work at my company Indygo Junction’s sewing patterns and books from creating fashions with hankies in the book Hankie Style to reinventing redwork designs with a modern twist in Folk Art Motifs.

How about aprons? This vintage style inspired our popular Crossover Reversible Apron.

I love incorporating vintage textiles and recycling thrift shop fabric finds into clothing, purses and home décor. Truth be told, I am an “addict”. My vintage addiction has led me to build an expansive collection of vintage textiles from quilt to embroidery as well as ephemera. It was the collecting of vintage fashion imagery that led me to discover the work of Mary Brooks Picken and the Woman’s Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences and write Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needlework, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion and Fun.

I love sharing the wealth of knowledge from the Woman's Institute’s teachings which have so much relevance for today…from green sewing techniques to discussions of starting your own sewing business, as well as looking to domestic arts for creative fulfillment and happiness. You will be inspired by the stories of Mary and her students to seek contentment and joy through creativity in your own life.

Compelled to continue to share Mary and the Institute’s timeless content, I created the Vintage Notions Monthly magazine.

Each issue includes:
• Fashion and Dressmaking articles and illustrations (ideal for coloring)
• Inspiring essays & student testimonials
• Lessons & techniques for sewing, embroidery, cooking & millinery
• Magic Sewing Pattern – an easy-to-make fashion drafted using diagrams & your measurements

Learn more about it in this video or visit our website to download a FREE sample issue.


The Vintage Notions collection is the inspiration for much of my publishing work as well as my fabric lines with RJR. My current collection - Vintage Made Modern - Stitcher’s Garden was created from a series of vintage embroidery patterns and vintage fabrics dated 1932.



We’ve also created a free PDF download containing gift tags featuring this fabric line. Visit our website to download them today.



We’ve also created a series of Vintage Notions Coloring Books perfect for the vintage lover!


My newest brand Fabriflair™ was also inspired by a vintage piece in my collection. When I created my own Radiant Star from our dimensional paper piecing kits (there are six to choose from), being a Jayhawk, I had to make mine crimson & blue! Go KU!


Don’t miss a visit to my website where I have an extensive library of FREE vintage images  & patterns from my collection.

Here are a few examples of what you can find:


Through videos, blogs, websites and e-newsletters, I hope to inspire countless crafters to explore their own creative spirit and experiment with the newest sewing, fabric and crafting techniques. Keep up with my journey as I share ideas and inspiration at and

See more examples of vintage made modern content in the following blog posts:

I am so excited to set-up our Indygo Junction/ Vintage Notions pop-up shop at Good Juju. This is the venue that started First Fridays in the Bottoms and continues to be one of several of my “go-to” vintage shops for shopping and inspiration!! Come see me and my “wares” Friday 9-6 Saturday 11-6
— Amy Barickman

I am a designer, author, & founder of Indygo Junction. A relentless passion for all things vintage led me to launch filled with my favorite vintage finds delivered in books and free images and printables. Follow my journey as a creative entrepreneur on my blog.