Monthly Archives: March 2012

flowers

Spring has come very late here this year but suddenly its : out with the tweed, in with the Liberty prints. Now working on a supersimple summer dress.  

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Harry Hole

How would you like to have a name like that!? I’m not normally a big fan of crime fiction but… I just devoured the Oslo trilogy (The Redbreast, Nemesis, The Devil’s Star) by Jo Nesbo. Detective Harry Hole is my … Continue reading

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the beach in February

we’ve almost got it all to ourselves

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hawthorn blossom

I was leafing through Kate Davies’ excellent blog, needled , when I came upon this startling hawthorn blossom which might look familiar to you?…

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Girasole shawl by Brooklyn Tweed

two shawls, two yarns, one pattern

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fashion

3 gorgeous images courtesy of the sartorialist I am so happy to have found a photo of the knitted bomber jacket (tremble, gasp). The gynormous tweed suit is apparently vintage 2212. The …ahem…patchwork harem pants are Dries van Noten. What … Continue reading

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time for work

Need to navigate my way around the brain for Biological Psychology… and I’ve been told my left hand fingers need some attention: I’m bending them in the wrong place.

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