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21 January

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    Jan 21, 2009, 08.36 AMby verypurpleperson

    Hi there Mari-wa! Sorry for not replying sooner, I’m so flattered that you like my creations. Japan is so full of wonderful fabrics and crafty stuffs, I love it here (just moved here about 9 months ago). Actually there’s a lot of sites that sell fabrics here, but they’re usually in Japanese and since I can’t read the letters I never buy online. But have you ever seen this site: www.purlsoho.com? It’s in English and I see they carry a lot of Japanese fabrics, and I especially love the Nani Iro line by Naomi Ito. Hope that helps and happy sewing!

19 January

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    Jan 19, 2009, 05.41 AMby sarikanari


    Nå kan i sees her inne! Hurra! Fine ting du har lagt ut. Jeg ble inspirert til en slik side selv…

    Klem Eirik

15 January

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    Jan 15, 2009, 01.47 PMby kicchan

    Oh, at Dolly’s? :) I go there frequently – it’s very close by my “school” after all. You’re right, the people working there are very friendly! Who knows, maybe we’ll bump into eachother some day. ;) When going to Odenplan, I usually pay Myrorna a visit too. Found a beautiful and cheap Wilvorst tailcoat the other day.

    Another great shop is Textilcentrum in Sundbyberg. They have so many fabrics, patterns and so on, it’s unbelievable. It’s not very expensive either, especially in the open stockroom. Been there?

    Sidencarlson and Ohlssons tyger are nice too, but it’s been years since I’ve been there… don’t know how they’re doing nowadays. Hopefully prospering. :)

7 January

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    Jan 7, 2009, 08.13 PMby verypurpleperson

    your creations are so quirky and adorable!

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    Jan 7, 2009, 01.28 PMby ginko

    i love imaginative stuff. this looks really interesting. sorry the photo isn’t more clear and a little bit of description, like is it from re-cycled cast-offs …? cheers, nancy