I’m returning to my maker creator roots today by sharing the things I’ve been making for Baby Stitch. Including blankets, muslins, and crochet bunnies…
Not so long ago, on a long car journey, I came across an episode of the Freakonomics podcast that blew my tiny little mind. Entitled “How Can This Possibly Be True”, the episode explores a famous economic essay (bear with me) in which a pencil (yes, a pencil) makes the astonishing claim that “not a single person on the face of this earth knows how to make me.”
Howdy doody internet chums, how are we all doing today? Today’s blog post is a bit of a chatty ramble. As usual it is Sunday afternoon, I’ve got my current favourite podcast playing (A Playful Day), and as well as plotting this blog post I’m also making a list of craft projects. Finally. Watch out 2016, I’ve got a to do list for you.
I’m not in the market for back to school blues. Don’t get me wrong, I am pretty blue that the Christmas holiday is finally over, and that as of tomorrow my day to day existence isn’t simply about pleasing myself any more. But rather than give into some truly epic Sunday sulks, I decided to scout through our new home for a location to take photographs of my latest project.
Sometimes you just need a really lazy Sunday. Other than spending hours in bed watching telly with the husband, and washing a lot of pants, I’ve done blissful amounts of
Haha, after my triumphant return to blogging I then managed not to write anything for several weeks. I’m still adjusting to a new working routine and over the last few weeks