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spitbubbleluv
« on: August 03, 2004 06:03:33 AM »

I will be moving to Sicily in about 6 months.  I am trying now to figure out what I will not be able to find (craft supplies) that is crucial to me.  Any tips?
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« Reply #1 on: August 03, 2004 11:27:46 PM »

I'm from germany and I think there might be a difference to italy.
I think it depends on which crafts you do. Nevertheless you can purchase supplies over the internet( at least if you have a mastercard)
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« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2004 01:20:25 AM »

Wow! Why are you moving to Sicily?
I live in Rome and I have no problem in finding craft supplies -even though I would like to find the beautiful fabric that you find in USA or England...
If you work with fabric, let me say that in Italy we don't have a long tradition for Patchwork and sim. so it's difficult to find good fabric.
We have excellent wool -if you like knitting...
And of course you will find everything for painting, etc. Just look for art supplies shop. (NEGOZIO DI BELLE ARTI). You can find everything from decoupage supplies to candlemaking...
Just consider that:
1) It depends on WHERE in Sicily you're going to live
2) What are your crafts
3) Life in Italy is quite expensive (oh, well, surely Sicily is cheaper...)
4) We have a terrible mailing service (oh, but it's emproving...) and we don't use to sell or buy online so much.

BUT: Sicily is beautiful
AND: I'm sure you will find many things hat you've never seen before and never considered that you can use for your crafts. In Italy we have so many traditions for crafts that you can't even imagine. If you have the luck to be in contact with an elderly woman, You will learn so many things... And maybe use what you learned to create something unique and original! You will see... Wink

I hope you're not considering not to move to Italy anymore...  Cheesy
I'm sure you'll love it! And Sicily is sooo beautiful!
Tell me, where are you moving exactly? And why?


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« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2004 04:21:51 AM »

thanks for the replies.  i'm moving because my husband is in the us navy and he is getting stationed at nas sigonella.  we will live near catania.  we will have an apo address so mail shouldn't be too bad.  i always thought that italy would be the place to get fabric.  as far as crafts go there are very few things i dont want to try or haven't tried.  thanks again for your replies. 

sushimifune, you wouldn't by any chance be oicio from live journal?
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« Reply #4 on: August 06, 2004 05:39:57 AM »

Hey there,
I'm stationed at Camp Darby in Livorno and I just got back from NSA Naples. It's interesting-I'm sure you'll travel up there quite a few times during your stay. Sicily will be extremely exciting for you. I may have to crash with you  Grin next time I come down there for diving, which by the way, is incredible there, if you are into that(?) Northern and southern Italy are two different worlds, so I am not sure how much of what I can tell you will apply to your experiences there!
Most of the large housewares/hardware stores carry a small selection of art supplies, mostly fine arts supplies as well as interior fabrics, not always the best quality, but worth browsing. for the most part, though, you will have to ask around, look around while you are driving or taking tours, read the papers and guidebooks, that sort of thing. The CDC, Youth Center, School, Boy/Girl Scouts/Arts and Crafts Center on base are all great places to ask about local sources for crafting supplies. As of right now, I'm purchasing a lot of items online because of the crappy exchange rate, and I have had no problems getting timely deliveries to my APO box. And don't forget the NEX-good prices on basics, things you can stock up on, especially seasonal stuff like face paint, glitter, Xmas stuff, etc.
well, I hope some of this rambling helps you!  Benvenuti in Italia e Buona Fortuna!
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« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2004 06:02:24 AM »

sushimifune, you wouldn't by any chance be oicio from live journal?
Oh, no, I'm not. I'm just sushimifune everywhere -even on LJ. But I only post in the stencilswap journal.
I just discovered craftgrrl. Right now. Wow! Roll Eyes
Anyway, for any question about crafting aln living in italy, Here I am. There are few italians in this community, but good ones  Grin
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« Reply #6 on: August 06, 2004 06:20:29 AM »

I am oicio from LJ!!  Cheesy  ciao spitbubbleluv!
Didn't know you were also in craftster Smiley I opened the LJ account few time ago, when I didn't know this site already, and by that time I was making tees with a friend, and the whole thing was called oicio. When I signed here the oicio thing was in a stop, so here I am Cimba! Smiley

Good luck with your country change, and feel free to ask if you want.
ciao!
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« Reply #7 on: September 20, 2004 05:14:43 AM »

Hi,
and welcome to Italy! I'm sure you'll really love Sicily, great food, lovely weather, fab sea (absolutely agree with meowbaby, scuba diving is something else there!!!!), and lots of art and incredible craft culture.
I strongly advise you to browse through markets, you can find some great things that you can transform or update and turn into pretty funky stuff, at very cheap prices.
you're sure to love your stay here, and take advantage to travel around as much as you can (my advise is go for small towns, of the beaten path you can bump into breath taking places).
By the way sushimifune, you sound like you're well into the craft world, and know how to shop around rome, could you post some names and addies? would be really grateful! Grin
ciao
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« Reply #8 on: September 20, 2004 07:15:12 AM »

Oh, sei di Roma? Fantastico!
Chiedimi qualunque cosa, di negozi ne giro parecchi. :-)
Dipende da cosa cerchi e soprattutto in quale zona abiti. Io bazzico verso... diciamo Nord-Est.
Se vuoi indicazioni per quella zona sono prontissima!
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« Reply #9 on: September 21, 2004 04:42:47 AM »

Io invece sono di roma sud Grin
ho vissuto per un p a roma nord per, a montesacro, per cui una zona di roma che conosco piuttosto bene.
non ho problemi a raggiungere un negozio anche se all'altro capo della citt se mi dici che ne vale la pena, soprattutto se ha prezzi convenienti, visto che gli unici negozi che conosco sono al centro di roma, e salassano parecchio!!!!
non ho una passione particolare, finora mi sono dedicata al restyling di mobili, dato che ho da poco preso casa e dovuto arredare con mobili di recupero.
vorrei per cimentarmi nella produzione di saponi, candele e mosaico (sto tentennando, temo possa venirmi a costare una cifra spropositata - e dato che come accennato ho appena preso casa - non posso permettermi hobby danarosi!!!!)
e qual' il tuo craft preferito?
tanti saluti,
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« Reply #10 on: September 21, 2004 06:44:42 AM »

Ciao, mi chiamo Francesca,
anche io sono di Roma Sud (Palocco & dintorni).
Ho appena cominciato a cucire e a realizzare piccoli gioielli.
Allora non sono l'unica a pensare che non ci siano negozi in citt. O meglio, quelli che ci sono, sono piccoli e carissimi. Qualcuna di voi conosce ingrossi dove acquistare stoffe e perline di vetro?
Piacere di avervi incontrate,
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« Reply #11 on: September 21, 2004 07:25:45 AM »

will repply in english, then italian, cos it wouldn't be fair to cut out anyone else who might find the following info interesting
if you're in the south of rome, you may want to go to the open market in via di mezzo camino in mostacciano, every saturday. there are various stands selling material, but i advise you to go for the one run by these two brothers, they have really nice designer material at cheap price (valentino, versace, D&G etc).
sequins and such, i have no idea. i generally stack up on these kind of things when i go over to dublin to see my family.

- francesca (non voglio essere arrogante, ma non so se hai problemi o meno con l'inglese. per cui a scanso di equivoci ti rispondo pure in italiano!!! Tongue). se ti piace cucire ti consiglio di fare un salto al mercato di mostacciano a via di mezzo camino il sabato. ci sono parecchi banchi che vendono stoffe e scampoli, cerca uno gestito da due fratelli, hanno spesso stoffe di marca (vedi sopra) a prezzi veramente buoni. si tratta di pezzi della stagione passata e quindi costano meno, ma comunque di ottima qualit.
per quanto riguarda perline, non ho idea di dove potresti andrare, una volta c'era un negozio favoloso a corso vittorio emanuele, venendo da piazzale arenula lo trovavi sulla destra a circa met strada, ma ora non c' pi - o almeno credo. quando ero andata in fissa per perle e perline le compravo direttamente a dublino - li si che sono ben forniti!
se scovi qualche piccolo paradiso delle perline o fai da te fammi sapere!!!!!
a presto Grin
 
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« Reply #12 on: September 21, 2004 10:07:39 AM »

Ok, I will answer in english  Wink
I already suggested some shops to Francesca in my blog -look here http://www.livejournal.com/users/sushimifune/1649.html
But I'll add some address here, too:
Hobby and Color -Piazza Minucciano (corretto) : it's not so far from Montesacro (I live close to Montesacro) and it has e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g and I really mean everything. Except the fabric. But anything else. It's an amazing place and it organize many courses, too. -never attemded, but just to let you know.... If you can't find what you want they will get it for you. They're really well organized, and it is a pleasure because sometimes the bellearti shops are so intimidating and they never help customers... Grin
For fabrics, assuming that you know that the ghetto is full of (expensive) fabric shops, i often go to Diffusione Tessile (close to the raccordo anulare) which has cheaper fabric, sometimes ugli but you have to search well and use your imagination Wink
Then I know two places where they sell fabric that is out of stock or just comes from failed stores. I will look for the address if you're interested.
Beads, swaroski and findings: La pallina, Via Margutta (1) and Via Mecenate I think (it's the road that crosses via merulana close to Brancaccio theatre.
And then just go looking around chinatown (I call Piazza Vittorio this way) Grin
Hope it helped
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« Reply #13 on: September 22, 2004 04:47:01 AM »

I live in Rome, also Cheesy (it seems that this forum is full of roman girls!), quartiere San Paolo/Marconi.

Sushimifune, I'd love to know the addresses of those places that sell out of stock fabrics and such!
Usually I use recycled material for my sewing projects, cause new fabric are quite expensive and I'm too wannabe and beginner, so I fear to ruin them with my experiments Smiley  But before the end of summer sales I was in Ikea and bought some beautiful fabrics at half the price, so I was enthusiast about it and started looking around more. I am especially interested in low budget fabric, whatever type, and vintage fabric, but anything concerned with sewing is useful to me (also good mercerie shops).

I can't give you much hints, sorry, cause I started sewing recently and I used old clothes and reached for threads and other things in my mom's cellar (?! cantina), a paradise for me. But I found some interesting clothes (plain skirts are especially useful cause they have less seams and more fabric) in Porta Portese (awsome finds at 1 euro each), no big new, but always useful. I remember that long time ago I also bought some fabric from MAS (Magazzini Allo Statuto), in piazza Vittorio. Quite cheap, but I can't guarantee on the quality and choice.

Shiva, thanks for the hint, I'll try to check the open market in Mostacciano, it seems interesing. (I remember also that beads shop in corso Vittorio, it was a regular stop for me in my highschool years! Smiley)

P.S. Ho scritto in inglese per i motivi di cui sopra, per consigli in italiano c' sempre il mio indirizzo di posta o i messaggi privati.  ciao!
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« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2004 05:07:09 AM »

Sushi,
thank you so much for the really useful info. Grin
keep in touch, and who knows we might for a reunion of crafters in rome to meet and exchange ideas!
ciao
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« Reply #15 on: September 28, 2004 07:08:06 AM »

I am also stationed at NAS Sigonella!  I have been here about 2 years and absolutely love it.  I am a knitter and have a small group that mostly meets in Catania.  You didn't say what sort of crafts you were looking for but we can at least get you to the right part of the market and to the yarn/sewing shops around here.

Our group's blog is www.shriekofnature.com/knit
We try to meet once or twice a month.

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« Reply #16 on: September 30, 2004 01:59:22 AM »

*waves to her neighbor fiberfairy*

Hiya  Spitbubbleluv!  I live here in the centro of Catania, hubby is a local who works at SIG. I've been living here "happily ever after" for seven years now. There are fab resources to be found while we are lacking some of the basic crafty stuff thankfully since you'll have an APO ordering/shipping will be a breeze (yes, I have APO envy teehee).

From the center of Catania where you'd park most of the spots that have supplies are in walking distance. The market - yarn, fabrics galore!, used clothes if you're into recycling (not to mention the rest of the usual market fair). Via Manzoni which is a couple blocks over from the market area - more fabrics and yarn and findings and a couple art supplies shops in the general vicinity. Wether you can easily find what you're looking for locally really depends on your persistence, timing and planetary alignment. Many times I've wished to be transported to a Michaels type shop for 30 minutes and unlimited funds Smiley But again, you can always order online what you can't locate here, though looking round here is half the adventure !

Definitely look up the knitting group, if you're into hashing (running not drugs) we have an H3 here too!
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« Reply #17 on: October 21, 2004 03:18:24 AM »

Yowwza! I didnt realize how many of us were on this site.Thats so great! i just moved to Rome(fiano romano) a few months ago from canada and i dont know what it is about italy, but i have been so crafty since i got here. I am having problems finding some craft supplies(i dont make it into the city that often and finding things in these little towns is sometimes tough).I really had an itch to do some stenciling but unfortunatly couldnt find any printable transfer paper.Then i came across the freezer/wax paper technique on LJ and was so excited."Wax paper,thats great and cheep!"But lo and behold, no wax paper!gggghhhrrrrr! all well...i am over it..At the moment i am working on a mosaic made of egg shells and i have to say..it is looking might fine. I am also working on some knitting projects and emboidery and half way through some marble magnets that should have been completed by now.I have too much going on i now, but with all the markets and stuff here, i keep getting inspired to start new projects. what has everybody been working on lately?
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« Reply #18 on: October 22, 2004 11:34:42 PM »

Hi sabrina!! Welcome to Italy!
We live quite close to each other, since I live in Rome, and I know Fiano quite well  Cheesy
If you need any advice about where to find crafty supplies, just ask.
I was quite stencil addicted for a while -and now I have to do some stencilling again, since a shop owner asked me to make some shirts to sell  Grin, and I can tell you how I do my stencils. Sometimes I print them directly on tranparencies (you can easily find them in every computer shop, just look carefully if they are adaptable for your printer). When I get lazy or don't have transparencies and don't want to buy them... I print the stencil on normal paper, then cover it with adhesive transparent plastic. The one that you find in a long roll in every "ferramenta" or "cartoleria". I bought mine (5 metres x 1) for about 4 euros. If you want, you can cover both sides of the paper with plastic, to make it more sturdy. It works really fine and your stencil can be used more and more times.
Hope it helps.
If you need address for shops in Rome, just ask.
And if you look for a good veterinary in Fiano, I know the best  Grin Grin Grin (completely off topic... Grin)
Ciao
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« Reply #19 on: October 23, 2004 12:09:06 PM »

hi giovanna,thanks so much for the welcome and the stencil advice.I am  totally going to check out the ferramenta, we are always there for one thing or another(and i am a cheepo,so 4 euros sounds pretty good).I will let you know if we need a vet. at the moment we have a great one just outside of town. I have to tell you ,your english is awsome.Where did you learn? i am still working on my italian,(it stinks) but of course i have all the "parolacce" down pat. Grin I would love to see some of your finished T's.Do you have a site,or some pictures?

anyways,thanks again!
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« Reply #20 on: October 24, 2004 01:44:45 AM »

Oh, I learned english in USA -I've spent some weeks of vacation/study in Virginia  Wink ...But since here in Rome I don't have so many chances to practice, my english is becoming awful...
Anyway, how comes that a canadian girl lives in Fiano? What brought you there?Huh  Smiley
I have a site (www.sushimifune.com) but I'm not selling anything with stencils yet, because, I told you, I abandoned stenciling for a while -I was busy with the site building, and sewing... and my final thesis for university!-
Then two weeks ago my boyfriend was wearing a tshirt that I made -he received many compliments for that shirt, so many people stopped him on the street...- and he came into a shop that sells all kind of movie gadgets and merchandise. To make it short, the owner of the shop asked me to make shirts for him to sell. So now that I handed down all the papers to discuss my thesis and finish university (evviva!!!) I will undust my exacto knife and start stencilling again. I have very few things to show as my stencils. there's some in my album http://img54.photobucket.com/albums/v166/sushimifune/stencils/done/
but they're old stuff. And much of them are my friends or my boyfriend (4th pic) and the last one that you see is a Francesco Totti spray test (if you don't know who Francesco Totti is, you will learn it for sure, since you live in Fiano...).
I made so many stencils to share for free in the internet, and probably you can still find some stencil with "sushimifune" written on one side... I made tons of stencils and some of them were very beautiful but when I found out that someone started to use them for commercial purposes I felt betrayed, so I stopped sharing them. At first, it was quite a shock for me, now I'm accepting it and I think that I will start to share again, maybe creating a stencilling page in my site.
Oh, and I will post pics of my tshirts, when I have time.  Grin
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« Reply #21 on: October 25, 2004 03:07:09 AM »

Well,my my mom has always wanted to move back here(she's from palermo.My dad is from abruzzo).To make a long story short, she met someone,fell in love and moved here. She has been been here for over 5 years now.We are very close ,so it has been very difficult for me without her in Canada,so when i came to visit her this summer i desided to stay.So i am now waiting for my promesso di sogiorno, which i hear could take quite a long time. The thing is,when i was born my mom was still an italian citizen,which should make me an italian citizen also,so hopefully that should speed things up.  To tell you the truth i am not sure how long i am going   to stay. I don't want to leave my mom or disapoint her but i am pretty lonely here, and miss some aspects of my life in canada.I think a lot has to do with the fact that my italian sucks. :PEveryone tells me"piano ,piano, pazienza" and i am trying to be patient,but it has been 5 months and i am crawling the walls.But its all good, it gives me lots of time to craft,time i didnt have in canada. Wow,sorry about all that....anyhoooo.. I went and checked out your site.Wowza! Youre super talented! Your bags are awsome,the chopsticks are such a great idea! The stencils are fabulouos too.I am sorry to hear tht people were ripping off your ideas(those unimaginative bastards!heehee!) i think i would be pretty upset too.Have you tried to think of it as a compliment.If it wasnt great,they wouldnt be doing it....right?
so,the stencil with the red and white rays coming from the head was your boyfriend? cutie! And i love the picture of you on the beach knitting.It's nice to see I am not the only one who cant put down her needles.
thanks for writing back,
if you want to keep in touch my email is sabrinabobina@hotmail.com
 p.s. auguri! congradulatons on finishing your thesis!You  must feel a million times lighter.
Ciao for now,sabrina
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« Reply #22 on: December 03, 2004 10:02:17 AM »

I've lived in Italy a while now, for five years in Rome, and I've never had a big problem finding crafty supplies. There are tons of little places for these things, especially sewing and yarn-y things. If you dont' know the name of something  or can't find it, there're always old ladies who'll help you when you try to pantomime  "crochet hook"
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oh wow. im glad i found this thread. im moving to Roma a month from now. im so glad to see that there are other crafty people around.
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« Reply #24 on: January 12, 2005 07:55:01 AM »

I go to italy every year, usually ceccano (outside frosinone) or partinico (outside parlermo) and i love the weekly outside markets they have!!  i buy tons of fabric, yarn and anything else i can grab my hands on.  i end up going from town to town, since each town has there own market day.  they're a great place to pick up craft items.


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« Reply #25 on: June 06, 2005 12:43:58 AM »

Hello there! Wow I am so excited that I found this. I'm from the United States (Wisconsin, if anyone knows where that is..haha).  I'm currently studying fine arts here in the US, but I'm looking into moving to Italy to study Art History at an Art School.  I'm searching right now, but thought I'd just ask if anyone had any recommendations on english speaking schools in Italy focusing on the arts?

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« Reply #26 on: April 06, 2007 11:47:45 AM »

hello!
i'm a newbie, i'm from Torino (Italy of course) and very excited to be here as part of this awesome forum!
just wanted to say, i hope to meet many nice people here. Smiley
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« Reply #27 on: April 08, 2007 02:52:56 AM »

haha this will be my very first post... I often read people's posts here, but never got to write my own... *shy*  Grin  Gotta love Craftster  Wink

Deliolith, I live in Torino as well  Cheesy  Yay! What are your favourite crafts?

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