I tend to post my crafting on Instagram, these days, but it takes up so much of my life/keeps me … Continue Reading The Golden Herringbone Cape
Last Spring, which is in September down here in Oz, Superman and I took a drive through country Victoria and … Continue Reading Hana Matsuri at the Cowra Japanese Garden
Big claim, I know, though not unique, either. I’ve been thinking about Facebook a lot, lately, because I deeply want … Continue Reading How WordPress .com’s Reader can become the Facebook we actually want.
All the way back in 1994, barely two months into my Honours year in Philosophy at Monash, I had to … Continue Reading Let’s try that again… at a distance.
In my last post I noted that what worried me, and my medical team, most about my returning to university … Continue Reading This little #spoonie went to Uni, but this little #spoonie must stay home.
First, WOOOOHOOOOO!!!! I am now enrolled in the Master of Public Health at The University of Melbourne – or UniMelb, … Continue Reading I’m in!!! Now it gets interesting…
This post is for all my lovely friends but especially those of you living with #chronicpain, #chronicfatigue, #endometriosis, #adenomyosis and … Continue Reading On the cessation of chronic pain and the unexpected emotions accompanying it.
At the ripe old age of 45 we have decided we have finally found somewhere we want to put down … Continue Reading We’re putting down roots!
“Handmade Plenty” is my theme for the next 5 years 😊 I’ve never really made a vision board or given … Continue Reading Handmade Plenty
Today’s tapestry breakthrough! Though the butterflies I made following @rebeccamezofftapestry video (see below) were working beautifully individually, I have so … Continue Reading Tapestry diary: On bobbins or butterflies.
Talking to my naturopath, Natasha (@bmcomphealth on Instagram 😊) is so inspiring! After our phone-session, this afternoon, I had an … Continue Reading Menu planning through brain fog.
Doing some swatching for a new garment which will be either a ruana wrap or something with kimono style sleeves, … Continue Reading Weaving Diary: swatching and clasping some Silk Garden
Last week I blogged about creating my tapestry cartoon, the next step was getting the cartoon onto the warp. It … Continue Reading Tapestry Diary: Getting the cartoon onto the warp.
Monday, October 30, 2017 More twining today. Twining is the process of weaving some more warp thread horizontally through the … Continue Reading Twining a tapestry warp.
My back needed a break from sitting at the loom and twining, today, so I worked on my #cartoon for … Continue Reading Making the cartoon for my first tapestry.
A big day’s work with the ball winder for this #spoonie, I will have to rest tomorrow, but well worth … Continue Reading Preparations for a new project!