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« on: December 12, 2008 09:27:17 AM »

Hello looking for crafty, thrifty and fun things in stavanger paper shops, beads, buttons fabrics! secondhand!!! fun fun and kawaii!!!
anyway care to share? xxxxx

« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2009 02:45:24 PM »

I moved from Stavanger about a year ago, so things might have changed, but here's a few places that might be worth your while...off the top of my head:

For second hand --check out Fretex (Salvation Army). You can come across fabric and buttons, and books/magazines and, well, anything, really. There's one downtown (in Breigata,the store might be overprised on 'vintage/retro' things, which is annoying, but you could get lucky!)
-- across the street lies Harry Camping, a good store for inspiration and funny findings.
-- there's also a Fretex store in Mariero (and right next to it is a Panduro-store/craft supply store).

There's also a decent craft supply store next to Stavanger Aftenblad's building downtown, can't remember the name, it's across the street from Magasin Blaa. And there's a bead store and a scrap book store, also downtown (around the area of vre Holmegate, the street with all the colourful houses).

Except for the two places in Mariero, all these stores are within five-ten minutes of each other, all downtown. Good luck Cheesy
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2009 10:55:00 AM »

I've lived in Hafrsfjord (near Stavanger) for 3 yrs now and I have found it hard to find nice crafty stuff here. Except for the above mentioned stores there's a crafty store in the Kvadrat (Sandnes) and a quiltstore in Tananger. I must admit that I order most of my stuff online.
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