**Reader warning: this post contains next to no sewing, and a lot of musings on personal style. Continue at your own peril.** For the last few years, I have participated in Slow Fashion October which is run by Karen Templar. I really enjoy thinking about my wardrobe intentionally, and – like many women – often … More October 2018.
*And associated ramblings. Warning, many outbound links. My youngest sister had a great book called The Queen Who Stole the Sky when we were growing up. The Queen had it made into a dress and while the rest of the country lived in darkness and cold, she had a fabulous dress that changed colour throughout … More Stolen Sky Sweater*
So I’ve been really digging on all these planning posts that have been cropping up in my feed. Love, love, love me a good list! Because then I can tick things off the list. So that’s where I will start, by revisiting my last planning post. Updates: The Blanche Dress – completed. Butterick 3551 – … More You make me feel like Spring has sprung.
I love the Day of the Dead imagery. I know it’s not for everyone – but there’s something about a multi-coloured skull that does it for me. This sweatshirt is made from fleece I bought at the Hospice Shop in Oamaru on a roadie with my man. The decal was purchased in Adelaide while staying … More Sweatshirt of the Dead.