Member since 7/25/08
Date: 7/31/13 7:46 AM
Hitting the city next week,
where should I look for cute French? T's etc. for grandkid gifts--not at boutique prices?
Already hoping to sit the relatives at a coffee shop so I can
hit King's Fabrics and others!
Member since 12/31/03
Date: 7/31/13 8:12 AM
Have fun! Hmm French T's in Toronto? Can't help you there- truthfully I get most of my little people clothing at Joe Fresh There's a stand alone on Queens- 589 Queen St W Toronto, ON M5V 2B7, but you can also find them in Superstore grocery stores. When next week are you fabric shopping? A few PR friends are planning on meeting for coffee or supper or something later next week and we would love to include you. (sorry, speaking for you Sue, Reethi and Claire!)
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Desperately trying to keep ahead of my pattern, fabric and dressform collection!
Member since 7/16/07
In reply to gramma b
Date: 8/3/13 1:24 AM
I'm not sure what you mean by French T's -- you mean t-shirts with French writing on them? ...Man, I'm going to feel silly if that's not what you mean.
If that's what you mean... You would have to hunt quite a while for any kind of French souvenir stuff in Toronto. Toronto is certainly multilingual but is mostly Anglo territory.
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Member since 7/25/08
Date: 8/3/13 12:43 PM
Was in Montreal and didn't know how far the French-ness extended!
|Claire in Montreal
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In reply to ConnieBJ
Date: 8/3/13 2:26 PM
A few PR friends are planning on meeting for coffee or supper or something later next week and we would love to include you. (sorry, speaking for you Sue, Reethi and Claire!)
no problem speaking for me - the more the merrier
and hopefully it includes you too, Connie - did you get my email ?
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