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1  EUROPE / FRANCE / Re: any french/living in france craftsters? on: June 21, 2006 05:32:58 AM
yes, tvm is the name of the bus
and it's in zone 3
2  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Fleuri Bag on: May 30, 2006 07:07:06 AM
yay, finally my sister gave me some pictures of rhe bag I made, so here it is :





3  EUROPE / FRANCE / Re: fabric stores in paris on: May 29, 2006 12:32:40 AM
try :
Kaze - japanese fabrics - 11 rue françois miron - paris 4e
Bouchara - big store, 3 levels - 1 rue la fayette - paris 9e
Mokuba - ribbons - 18 rue montmartre - paris 1er

and while you visit Montmartre (every tourist does), you stop at Place St Pierre, with the huge fabric stores
4  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Fleuri Bag on: April 14, 2006 05:41:47 AM
anyway, the pattern isn't available on the website, they sell it, and it's in french.
I just wanted to show a picture of what it looked like, not having a picture of the actual bag I gave to my sister...  Wink

(if you would like some kind of translation, pm me)
5  CROCHET / Crochet: Completed Projects / Re: Fleuri Bag on: April 14, 2006 12:40:04 AM
lol
I made something very very similar for my sister's birthday, in december, with some pearls on and a pocket in the lining...
I don't have photos, but the pattern photo is here
6  EUROPE / FRANCE / Re: A little help with French on: March 13, 2006 03:43:54 PM
I would have said "qu'est-ce que j'en sais ?" which is a little more 'casual' than "mais qu'est-ce que je sais ?"
(the meaning in that case is something like 'I don't know nothing about this, so stop asking me')

"Que sais-je ?" is the name of a famous reference book collection in France... could be interesting ( http://www.puf.com )
It is a more litteral translation, grammatically correct, and it means a real questionning.

and what I was always told at school (in France, being french myself) is that the casual way is "est-ce que vous voulez..." and the formal, frenchly correct is "Voulez-vous..."
7  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Vintage Craft Projects / Re: check out my scanned vintage magazines! on: March 12, 2006 06:44:52 AM
OOOOooooohh, it reminds me of the 80s, when my mom would buy '100 idées' and I would spend hours wishing I could make every thing in it.

Thanks a lot !
8  EUROPE / FRANCE / Re: Let's introduce ourselves on: February 06, 2006 06:16:39 AM
ça y est je l'ai en mains, et il y a beaucoup d'adresses qui ont l'air intéressantes (et que j'avais vues nulle part pour l'instant)
Reste à savoir si ce sont des lieux intéressants, mais ça m'en a tout l'air...
Globalement, ce sont 6 euros bien dépensés pour une craftster parisienne, a priori.
9  EUROPE / FRANCE / Re: Let's introduce ourselves on: January 23, 2006 02:24:39 PM
Salut,
pour celles qui sont à Paris ou pas loin, je voulais signaler la sortie prochaine d'un petit guide chez Parigramme, dans la collection"Paris est à nous" (une collection de carnets d'adresses thématiques à Paris) qui s'appelle "Paris de fil en aiguille".
http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/2840964368
Ca devrait coûter dans les 6 euros...
Je sais pas trop ce que ça vaut pour l'instant, mais on verra bien quand ça sera sorti.
10  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / EUROPE / babel - knitting vocabulary in french, english, german, spanish and swedish on: January 18, 2006 02:18:50 AM
I found an old knitting magazine at my parent's this christmas (Mon Tricot n°9, 1952), and on the last page was this :
(verrrrrry large picture, download it to see full view)



maybe you'll find it useful, in our babel tower europe
(too bad there's no japanese !)
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