Monthly Archives: September 2010

Finished Object: Mythos

And finally, we have a cardigan! The finishing for this one took me days, mainly because I was working a lot, and also partly because I was discouraged by my i-cord edging (I may have used the word ‘arse’ a … Continue reading

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Skylines and Steampunk

Good morning all – it’s the first week of my university break, and I had forgotten how much I love a good sleep in now and then. I’ve never been one for excessively late mornings – I get hungry and … Continue reading

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Things that are Green and Delightful

For as long as I can remember, green has always been my favourite colour – and it still is, even though I don’t wear it as much as I used to. I especially love the richer, darker greens; forest greens … Continue reading

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Spring – finally!

It feels like it’s been a dreadfully long time coming, but spring has finally arrived in Melbourne. Okay, ‘finally’ is probably a little uncalled for, since it’s only mid September, but winter has felt longer than usual, probably because of … Continue reading

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