One Greek chiton, one robe made from dustsheets. Machine embroidery around the neckline. Some artistic license used – no actual proof of anything like this ever existing.
Basic wastelander / scavenger costume for The World Went Dark. Some of the pictures below are ‘in progress’ photos. Not sure I have any finished pictures yet.
A new quilt top pieced, just need to quilt it now. Backing and batting is here, so I’m just waiting for a bit of free time.
11 pamphlets of apothecary recipes typeset and bound for giving away and trading on the field. Actually they were bound in a field as well, while I sat around drinking beer before time in…
I needed a physrep for herbs for Empire LRP. Instead of using bunches of herbs or pots of dried herbs I went for a small bag to hold the cars. These were completely made ‘in the hoop’ on the embroidery… Continue Reading
So I took the challenge to set dress a market stall for The World Went Dark. A fortune teller needs a sign advertising their services, so the ‘crappy bunting’ was born. Well actually this is ‘Gyptian heirloom bunting – not… Continue Reading
I made a post on Facebook earlier in response to somebody arguing that yes, GamerGate was in fact about ethics in gaming journalism. So I have quoted it here in order that I can find it again. You know though,… Continue Reading
750g frozen diced onions 500g frozen sliced peppers 750g frozen sliced mushrooms 3 tins chopped tomato 3tbsp olive oil 1tbsp ground coriander 1tbsp ground cumin 1/2 tube tomato puree 1/2 cup tomato ketchup 500g lentils 9 cardamom pods 3 tins kidney… Continue Reading
300g rice 2 red onions sliced finely tin chopped tomato tbsp chopped garlic tbsp sweet smoked paprika Vegetable stock flavour pot 450ml boiling water Put in slow cooker on rice cooking program. When cold mix in: 1 cup sweetcorn 1… Continue Reading
It’s done… the 40″x40″ baby quilt. Machine pieced and quilted, and binding hand sewn. I did it as a test piece for a range I would like to potentially sell in the future, and at getting paid only £10 an… Continue Reading