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It's time to leave these shores for various but mostly spam-related reasons. Flibbertygibbet has a new home, at http://flibtowers.wordpress.com. Please do come and visit over there instead! If you're kind enough to link here then it would be lovely if... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2010 at Flibbertygibbet
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Mar 15, 2010
Well thank you! Will try to do stuff thats interesting enough to blog :-) and be more frequent!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2010 on January Times at Flibbertygibbet
Well, I am working on a scarf for my grandmother for her birthday - um, as it was today I kind of missed that one... and did a boyfriend scarf for Christmas. I will make him relinquish it for a photo! Had been doing silver jewellery, and will be going back as soon as I have the spare cash again! Mainly its been baking, to be honest... All good wholesome fattening fun!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2010 on January Times at Flibbertygibbet
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I'm a freak, I know. I love January. Time to start over, it's even better for new pencil cases than September. A friend once told me that it's a lousy time to start those physical processes of transformation, like detoxes,... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2010 at Flibbertygibbet
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Although I did take Art all the way through secondary school, like everyone else I had my specialisations. Calligraphy. Pottery . Textiles. Lino-cutting. Ok, anything except life-drawing. Naturally that was a compulsive discipline. For our finals, the model happened to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2009 at Flibbertygibbet
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Making at the Making Space. What’ll we do this weekend, we pondered. Shopping? Bit of X-Factor? Mooch to the pub for lunch? Oh come, hardly. No, let’s paint dental alginate on our faces in an east London workshop and then... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2009 at Flibbertygibbet
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Caroline mooted the idea of the Blitz party a couple of weekends ago, and in the spirit of saying yes to everything, I jumped at the chance because it’s one of those things we always miss and then grumble about.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2009 at Flibbertygibbet
Well certainly back for another blast at any rate! I miss it when I don't blog - it's a discipline that I must reinstate! x
Toggle Commented Sep 23, 2009 on It's about time at Flibbertygibbet
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That I came back. I'm sorry, I have actually been off having adventures but I either don't bring a camera, so feel like it will bore you all to tears without photos or you know, it was just so long... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2009 at Flibbertygibbet
These are fantastic! Just stumbled into here. Don't be discouraged about the book. In publishing it often happens that when projects get passed on, a 'new' editor isn't as enthusiastic but that's more about being proprietorial and about territory ("It wasn't my idea so I'm not going to stick up for it") It must have commercial legs or it wouldn't have been commissioned originally. Give it some time...
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2009 on revised at Sewing Stars
The dresses are what make these so perfect - love them.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2009 on finito at hop skip jump
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Adorable! Makes me want to run to the machine right now, I love the colours.
Toggle Commented Jul 26, 2009 on Log Cabin Cushion at My Weblog
thanks for such good advice. I love sewing and increasingly friends who are getting interested ask for advice - I'm going to direct them here *before* we go machine shopping!
Ok so someone else already mentioned this, http://www.shaukat.co.uk/ or as we know it in London, the Secret Liberty Fabric Shop. A complete Aladdin's Cave with many current and also 'out of print' fabrics. I happen to be going tomorrow!
Toggle Commented May 8, 2009 on on the boards-men's dress shirt at angry chicken
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When I was in NYC last week - on holidays from the UK - I was bemoaning the fact that I couldn't buy your book as I was a few days too early - and then a woman in the shop piped up and said she designed it! What a small world... Huge congrats, I can't wait to get it!
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2007 on The book! at angry chicken
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Having seen the top in person, I can confirm it's lovely! Looking forward to hearing more about your stall - I am tempted to try it again myself.
Toggle Commented May 14, 2007 on A personal sewing first! at Wardrobe Refashion
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Getting someone (patient) to teach you is the key. I'm now doing three blankets concurrently, one as a gift - bewarned, it's addictive. The gift is using Debbie Bliss Cotton Angora, it's lovely and soft!
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2007 on it's a start. at angry chicken
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This is just brilliant! I also love the granny square afghan in the background.
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2007 on buns ahoy at Wardrobe Refashion
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The exboyfriend apron is great - I love the idea of using the placket on the back as a strap, very clevere!
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2007 on UFOs and an original at Wardrobe Refashion
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I'm now very tempted to knit a bag (can't get the size wrong for that - I hope!)
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2007 on A couple of bags at Wardrobe Refashion
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Your socks look great!
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2007 on Socks at Wardrobe Refashion
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