We had our Made Fair Markets on Saturday, as well as the opening of the I Heart Kirribilli Art Exhibition, plus the newly renovated church. It was a great day! Here are some pictures from my phone, such as they are. My little stash of goods, only my sign has fallen down already and I
I tried sunprinting today, on the balcony. It was something of a disaster really, so here’s to keeping the “creative” pursuits real here at the fog. First I tried some micro-casettes. These were a bad idea for starters as they are three-dimensional and so created their own shadow, because the sun is still going around
Um, I saw this cartoon, from The New Yorker, on facebook, and it looked a little too much like my room. Yarn, guitar, books, and not to mention wasting time on the computer … This could be what is wrong with my life.
To get into the spirit of the Olympics, and because we like yarn bombing around here, you simply must see this! An anonymous yarn bomber strung up 50 metres of Olympic yarn bombing on a pier in Saltburn, Yorkshire. Apparently it covers all Olympic disciplines, in knitted characters! It is truly an unbelievable feat. I
Recently I took up the seemingly simple task of making a crochet beanie for my little niece Violet. (And incase you are about to stop reading right now because you think crochet beanies belong to another time and place, look at these pictures of Peaches Geldof’s baby people. The crochet hat!) I started with a