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The phrase la vie en rose is French for "life through rose-coloured glasses" or literally "life in pink". It is also the title of the signature song of famous French singer Édith Piaf and also famously covered, rendered in English and added with more elaborate brass instrumentation in a re-recording by Louis Armstrong.
La Vie en Rose
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Olivier Dahan's "La Vie en Rose," one of the best biopics I've seen, tells Piaf's life story through the extraordinary performance of Marion Cotillard, who looks like the singer. The title, which translates loosely as "life through rose-colored glasses," is from one of Piaf's most famous songs, which she wrote herself. She is known for countless other songs perhaps most poignantly for "Non je ne regrette rien" ("No, I regret nothing"), which is seen in the film as her final song; if it wasn't, it should have been.
Each shell should take up a total of 6 stitches: 66/11 = 6. Are you skipping 2 stitches between each shell before placing your slip stitch? I have a picture tutorial in a CAL I did for this hat a while back. Maybe it will provide more help too. ? -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-cal
Hi Cindy,If the written instructions are confusing you, try taking a look at the pictures that show what most of the rounds look like near the bottom of the CAL post: -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-cal/la-vie-en-rose-cal-part-1 I hope that helps! ?
Hi Jenna,Are you working in the slip stitches too? That might be where you are coming up short. I also have a Crochet-a-long style tutorial for this hat that might be helpful: -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-cal
Hi Beni, you will do a front post double crochet around the first front post double crochet from the previous round, then dc in the next stitch, then that you will work a double crochet in the next stitch, after that the pattern should repeat so you are working a front post double crochet around the front post double crochet from the previous round, then a regular double crochet in the next 2 stitches. Check out this link for a picture tutorial of this pattern. You will need to scroll down the page a little ways to get to the pictures: -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-cal/la-vie-en-rose-cal-part-1I hope that helps! ?
Some people have changed it starting at the shells themselves, and others have done it right after the first round of hdc (that makes the rib around the outside of the hat). If you look at the Ravelry projects page, you should see several variations, and you can choose to do it the way that is most appealing to you. ? -vie-en-rose-earflap-hat/people
This link from the crochet-a-long I did for this hat has some additional picture instructions that explain how the shells should work: -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-cal/la-vie-en-rose-cal-part-2I hope that helps!
Hi Jennie,I have not been able to make a complete video yet, but I do have a CAL for this hat which featured a lot of images at the bottom of the page. You can find it here: -a-longs/la-vie-en-rose-calI hope that helps!
As for getting all the endings, we recommend you take a look at this reddit thread (expect some spoilers): _vie_en_rose_is_now_released_a...Do also check the other users' comments, as some of them have asked for help on getting specific endings.
My favorite ending is definitely the special one, the only one where we get to see la vie en rose, get to see the first step that both characters should take to have a healthy relationship in the maybe, in the future, mature and ready to support each other, not caging each other.
I must say...this is a masterpiece. It is shocking, even when I haven't finished one single route yet...(probably because I read some spoilers). This game is so different than everything I played before,definitely not just a simple love story. I love the idea and how it's expressed in the game, like *MAYBE SPOILER* how the title turns from "La vie en rose" to "La vie sans rose" and the door of the cage was locked, not to mention the colour change.
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The Outcave of the bedchamber is a sanctuary footprint for pleasure reading on a Biedermeier style sofa. The comfort station immersed in pale rose, enjoys Moroccan décor flooring, Victorian clawfoot soaking tub, watercolor view to the streets of 19th century San Francisco by Frank Serratoni and rainforest shower head. The Eastern King bed with antique nail head trims displaying regal with a large upholstery headboard fitted with finest linen, 400 thread count from countryside of Venice, Italy. 041b061a72