Áre we sure that it is in Diagon Alley? It could be in Knokturn Alley, too. --Rodolphus 14:16, 10 January 2008 (UTC)

That's a good point. I checked the book and it doesn't state exactly where the shop is, so it could be in Knockturn Alley. However, since it seems to be a more upmarket clothing shop (since Narcissa considers going there) it's more likely to be in Diagon Alley, but we have no hard evidence. Shall we remove the Diagon Alley category then? - Cavalier One(Wizarding Wireless Network) 19:43, 10 January 2008 (UTC)


I do not think Twilfitt and Tatting's could be in Knockturn Alley since the Malfoys wouldn't be caught dead there in broad daylight during the war. It would be odd to have a popular clothing store on the end of town that is presumably for dark witches and wizards only. However, it could be in another wizarding town. I personally think it was in Diagon Alley because Draco and Narcissa were already in that area.


According to Pottermore, the shop is located in the southern part of Diagon Alley, near Ollivander's, Gambol and Jape's, the Second-hand Robe Shop, among others. Also the name seems to be 'Twilfit and Tatting's', with one final 't', as opposed to 'Twilfitt..' 22:20, August 24, 2011 (UTC)
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