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Made By Me is located at 1685 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge 02138. We are on the corner of Mass. Ave. & Sacramento Street, almost exactly halfway between Harvard Square & Porter Square.

By T: Take the Red Line to Porter Square. Turn left on Mass. Ave. (away from Star Market, Dunkin Donuts, etc.). We are approximately 6 blocks ahead on the left.

There are several buses that stop right outside the studio. Just check with the MBTA for Mass. Ave. Cambridge buses.

By car: From Boston & South: The long way is to come across the Mass. Ave. Bridge and just stay on Mass. Ave through MIT, Central Square & Harvard Square. OR take Storrow Drive to the Harvard Square/JFK St. exit (right from Boston, left from Brighton, Newton, etc.). By going straight on JFK Street, traffic is automatically fed into Mass. Ave. headed toward Porter Square. Made By Me is one block after the third light after the underpass.

From Mass. Pike: get off at Harvard Square exit. Go straight over the river. Turn left on Memorial Drive, then right at JFK St. Then follow directions above.

From north, Route 2 (I-95 south): Come into Concord (Ave.) Rotary (the second rotary), go right on Field St. (Sozio Appliance will be on your right). Field become Garden St. Follow Garden St. toward Harvard Square. Turn left on Chauncy St. At 1st light, turn left on Mass. Ave. Made By Me is two blocks ahead on the right.

Other: You could take route 16 (from I-93/Medford Square) to Mass. Ave. Turn left into Cambridge. Made By Me is about 2 miles down on the left.

Parking: There are two-hour meters along Mass. Ave. With a little patience it is usually possible to get a spot. Side streets are mainly Cambridge permit parking but remember two things about this: the first few spots adjacent to Mass. Ave. are usually not permit spaces. Look for the arrow on the "Permit Parking Only" signs. Also, the side streets are available to anyone on Sundays.