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141  ORGANIZED CRAFT SWAPS / Talk About The Swap Process / Re: The idea of swapping kind of scares me on: March 18, 2009 08:01:35 AM
Don't worry, I'm scared too (and I'm not 14 anymore!). I'm scared my crafting skills aren't good enough to other swappers', I'm scared nobody will want to swap with me since I don't live in the US, I'm scared my package gets lost... But I've already taken part to a few (non-crafster) swaps and I know things mostly go well. I've never been disappointed by what I've received and I hope I haven't disappointed anybody. Just put your heart in whatever you make for your partner, ask them questions about their likes and dislikes and I'm sure there will be no problems!
142  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Suggest New Boards and New Features / Re: Book Reviews on: March 18, 2009 07:24:14 AM
I remember, when first exploring the boards, that it was one the things I looked for and couldn't find. If a new board is not an option, maybe a pinned subject on top of each section?

Would tagging not suffice?

I'm a good girl  Grin so I tried the method you mentioned earlier, clicking on the book review tag. It's not a bad solution but it brings up all books and not only the ones on the topic that interests you. For instance, i'm mostly into crochet so I don't really care about "Making your own soap" books. And vice-versa.

Let's say that this would be a "nice-to-have" feature rather than a "must-have" one since there are other options for those who want to look for a book review.  Smiley
143  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: a smorgasbord of amigurumi goodness--lots of pictures on: March 18, 2009 07:08:14 AM
 Cheesy Incredibly cute! What a lucky niece you have... I love every single item but the hamburger is indeed pretty cool! Can anyone tell me where Japanese books can be ordered?
144  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: headband! on: March 18, 2009 06:01:45 AM
It's funny how the color seems different on the last picture! Gratz on your first crochet item, i'm sure it's the beginning of a long series.  Smiley
145  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Suggest New Boards and New Features / Re: Book Reviews on: March 18, 2009 05:38:55 AM
I remember, when first exploring the boards, that it was one the things I looked for and couldn't find. If a new board is not an option, maybe a pinned subject on top of each section?
146  CROCHET / Amigurumi: Completed Projects / Re: It's a me, Luigi on: March 17, 2009 10:00:02 AM
I love the expression on his face, like he's almost sorry to have been chosen as a model instead of Mario! And the shroom is cute too, even if it's not finished yet! (Is it? I'm not Mario-savvy so I don't know how they're supposed to look like)
147  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Introduce Yourself / Hello from Europe! on: March 17, 2009 08:40:13 AM
Hi everyone!

I've been registered to these boards for a few years but become only active now. Talk about procrastination!  Grin

I'm 30, I live in Belgium with my boyfriend and my cat. Hopefully, the family will become bigger soon but for now, I still have a lot of time on my hands to craft!

I like knitting and crochetting most but I'm also into jewelcrafting and making my own postcards. I couldn't sew to save my life and that's one of the things I would like to learn this year! At the moment, I'm knitting a baby blanket for my best friend who's having a baby in May. I'm going to be the godmother so I wanted to have a very special gift for her (yes, it's a her: Alice or Emilie, my friend wants to keep the name secret until the birth!).

I am vegetarian and care a lot about environment and saving the planet. I love to cook with grains and organic food! I also like computer games and watching series like The Office (UK/US), CSI, Monk...

I'll try to find my way on the boards and I am eager to see of what you people are crafting. I've already seen awesome stuff while lurking!

 Smiley
148  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / EUROPE / Re: craft store addresses and events in Belgium: hasselt, brussels, leuven on: March 17, 2009 05:44:07 AM
General crafting

Marie Ficelle SPRL
Rue du Relais 63
1050 Brussels
Website

Ava Papier
Many addresses in Belgium
Website

Sewing, Crochet and knitting

Phildar
Many addresses in Belgium
http://www.phildar.fr/les-magasins/recherche-magasin.aspx

Jeux de dames
Rue du Pont du Christ, 42
1300. Wavre.


For those who are into beads and jewelcrafting:

Perles Passion
Chausse de Mons 1079
Brussels (Anderlecht)  1070
Belgium


La Boutique de Charlotte
Galerij/Galerie Carrefour Drogenbos
Av. Paul Gilson 455
1620 Drogenbos

Or

Galerij/Galerie Carrefour Basilix
Keizer Karellaan 560
1680 St. Agathe Berchem
Website
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