Bluebell Blind

Phew. I finally start to settle back into some sort of routine after the summer session where I felt a little like a ping pong ball in play – batted to and fro from A to B. In some ways great to camp a bit, festival a bit, explore a bit. However I increasingly started…

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In the spirit of recycling.

Can you remember these quilt patches from some time ago? The ones with the small birds and flowers. (see Post Tweedle Dee Dee) Well they have now been incorporated into a quilt…or at the very least, the start of one. The patches were intended for my Dad, to be part of an 80th birthday quilt,…

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The thing with blinds …

Is that they are a bummer to photograph. You either need a spare bright and empty house with a stylist and photographer in the wings  or you bribe every client to photograph theirs once installed (with no guarantee of quality!). Today I pursued a third option in which there may be some mileage. Big white…

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Aaaargh… Printers!

Normally…NORMALLY it behaves but not today. Today is the day when I slap my forehead, grit my teeth, swear profusely and  succumb to more putrid passion than any printer deserves. It is that infuriating scenario when you know there is a simple solution to the problem but you just don’t know what it is. Oh…give…

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Sloe motion

The soundtrack to today’s post shall be Salsa, since that has been the music in my head since Friday and Saturday saw Yorick, Tom and I shimmying down to the 2/4 beat at Salsa Lessons in Lismore Hall. Yiri Yiri Boom!  (go on..click that link!) Today’s commission proposal pack has been inspired, in part, by…

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Little birdeeee!

This title will fly far above the heads of most of you, but for ANYONE who lives on the Isle of Lismore, it will be recognised that I am hinting at a song. A song which Yorick and I inevitably duet badly somewhere nearing the end of most parties. It is a kind of Cajun…

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