There’s a lot of advice out there for writers embarking on the adventure of NaNoWriMo. Here’s my own spin on it: a handy guide to failing NaNoWriMo.
Have you ever looked back at your old self and though they outshone your current self in every way? Good news: you’re not alone! Even better news: there’s a way to get past these delusions.
In the latest instalment of Take Me Back Tuesdays, we have a look at why the Royal School of Needlework thought dressmaking was so important in wartime. It’s probably not what you think!
There’s been a lot of knitting going on around here lately so it’s time to change it up with some sewing of a different type.
Time is passing and I am making progress of a vague sort, complete with photographs of said vague progress.
Now that we’ve settled into our new house, it’s time to tackle the chaos that is my crafting area. Can I turn unpacking chaos into crafting chaos? The journey begins here.
When I’m not knitting, sewing or photographing things foolish enough to stand still in my presence, I write. This is how I generally go about it.
I’ve changed the place where I live but my op shop obsession remains unaltered.