Hello! It’s been a while between projects. I have been sewing, albeit sparsely, but I’ve largely been doing alterations – too boring for even a quick Instagram snap. I’m glad to finally have a finished project to share with you, even if it is a (multiple) pattern repeat.
Continue reading “Style Arc Elle / Airlie Pant”
It seems little has changed since I first wrote about cripping up in 2017. Hollywood still makes movies about, but not with, disabled people, and non-disabled actors are still cast in disabled roles as a fast-track to winning an Oscar.
Continue reading “More “cripping up” – The Upside”
Last time I shared my top 5 hits of 2018, part of Gillian’s annual top 5 series. Today I’m sharing the projects that didn’t go quite so well. My misses of 2018 are: Continue reading “Top 5 (3?) misses of 2018”
Happy new year everyone! I’m kicking off the year with my belated entry to the annual blog series started by Gillian of Crafting a Rainbow, the top 5 of 2018.
To start off, the top 5 hits: Continue reading “Top 5 hits of 2018”
Hello! It’s been a while – I had minor surgery* that totally knocked me, so I took a break for the rest of the year. I’ll be back next year with more creations and some other content, but for now, here’s a review of everything I sewed and knitted in 2018. Continue reading “2018 in creations”
I’m pleased to report there has been more sympathetic coverage of ME/CFS in the Australian media. Last week, Today screened a short segment on the illness, featuring Dr Heidi Nicholl, CEO of Emerge Australia and sufferer Jane Barclay.
Continue reading “ME/CFS on Today”