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1  ASIA / Japan / Re: Inexpensive Fabric Stores in Tokyo? on: December 01, 2006 04:02:38 PM
Thats great ! You enjoyed Nippori.

Another place I realised to mention here.
Yuzawaya headquarter in Kamata. 
Eight individual buildings of separate departments in fabrics to art materials, diorama model, beads and yarns.

http://www.yuzawaya.co.jp/information/mise_ka.html

Its a crafters paradise and worth visit even from Oomiya.

And we used to visit shopping arcade for a discount shop like Kishi Photo for Us European grocery and confectioneries.

Another shopping experience in Tokyo will difnetly rise a crafter's blood pumped like a steam engine  Shocked







 




2  ASIA / Japan / Re: Inexpensive Fabric Stores in Tokyo? on: September 30, 2006 04:13:19 PM
Please have a day trip to Nishi Nippori  Cheesy

http://saihakken.net/arakawa/guide/arakawa_view.php?arakawa4=175757

It is a lagerst district of fabric wholesales but mostly open to everybody. Full of fashion students & crafters. 
All kind of fabrics and some are left over from major designer ( like Yoji ) in a supa cool price.
Also Nippori is a lovely downtown of good old days Tokyo.

You will never regret of making a journy there.
Happy shopping.




3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: i made white cord skinnies and lightwash skinnies. yuuuppp. on: August 15, 2006 03:59:48 PM
well done. this is a minimum effort for a best results.  Smiley  thanks. 
4  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: fence wire + lightbulbs = awesome (now with "how to hollow out lightbulbs") on: August 31, 2005 08:24:11 PM
Cheesy thanks for sharing such a good idea.
i will try this with my florist mum and surly we will fill the studio with the flowery bulbs.
5  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Vintage Craft Projects / Re: Are you ready for vintage Weight Watchers recipes??? on: August 31, 2005 08:17:25 PM
the purpose of this recipes is to loose my appetite, seriously. well done.  Tongue
6  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Re: Nintendo controller into a computer mouse on: August 31, 2005 07:43:42 PM
 sucha great idea ! will be soooo sentimental in my palm. nintendo are about to release a new one in the tiny tiny size though i always loved this design. dreaming days with Mario  Smiley
7  CLOTHING / Designer Clothing Homage / Re: Nicolas Ghesquire's Balenciaga Coat on: August 25, 2005 03:31:26 AM
Hi There. I've been working in the retail filled with his collection since 1999. One of the significant style of Ghesquire is its supa narrow sleeves no matter how the body width are, and comes with slim / high shoulder pad similer to the Macqueen's.  Normally jackets has no space other than fine under shirts as it has been mentioned above, many clients gets shocked by not able to put the top arm through in their usual size.

Find a pattern and trim down the sleeve and it will automatically make the top section small anyway.

Good luck Wink
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