Sneak Attack

January 4, 2013

Sneak Attack was a month long stealthy yarn bomb of the NGV Studio in Melbourne in 2011. I’ve just uploaded all the images to the site, you can find them here.

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KnitAlong with Fee n me

July 10, 2012

This is just a quick update. The technoevangelist, Fee Plumley, is running a Pozible campaign to fund her Really Big Roadrip bus. Fee wants to be able to buy a bus and deck it out with all sorts of awesome technology and then tour Australia sharing digital culture, working with artists, collaborating on all sorts […]

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Awesomely exciting exhibition opportunity !

April 19, 2011

OOO people! There’s a seriously exciting thing happening on the other side of the world! The awesome guys at Stitch London have organised STITCHED SCIENCE, where people can send in their knitted/crocheted/sewn science items. Dinosaurs, Bunsen burners, rocketships, skeletons, whatever you can think of that has a science theme. How awesome is that?  I’m sending in […]

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First Lady of Knitting

March 19, 2010

what a great title to hold! I was on the Historic Fibers blog and checking out the links on the right nav bar. There is a big pile of awesome knitting history links and I thought I would share them with you all. Firstly is The Hook and The Book virtual exhibition. An awesome and […]

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Argyle guys

February 9, 2010

A friend of mine is going away for a while and taking his tiny laptop with him. But he’s never had a case for it, and I think it’s important to have a padded case to protect it. With needles at the ready, I jumped into action! I’ve never knitted an argyle before, it’s a […]

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Ah, time flies when you’re busy as heck

August 9, 2009

Oh my god. So the second week of uni has wizzed past, and I haven’t posted in my blog for 7 days! I think that’s probably a record since I started… I have been crafting alongside the study and stress, but again it’s for the play so I can’t show you finished projects. How about […]

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Craftin along on the bus, yeah baby…

July 31, 2009

I have so many things to do at the moment. I’m curating an exhibiton for Fringe, plus designing, building and rehersing for a seperate show, I’m studying full time (and you should SEE the amount of procribed readings, let along all the other readings I’m doing on my own) and I hardly have time to […]

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How things all connect together. And how things are lovely

July 14, 2009

I went to Brown Owls last night, it’s such a wonderful thing. Sitting in a room filled with people who are jsut as interested in craft as you are. The lady next to me was granny squaring her away towards a beautiful white, gray and dark gray scarf. The lady next to her (the noise […]

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A discourse on knitting needles, or, op shops are your friend!

April 22, 2009

I have a big list of things to do today, which is why I’m sitting down to discuss knitting needles with you!Photo orginally uploaded by The Shopping Sherpa When I first started knitting a couple of years ago, I started off with metal needles. I can’t remember where I got them from, but I had […]

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Is there nothing knitters can’t do? Part 2

January 12, 2009

So I firstly stumbled across this image when I was searching for mummies. As in the monsters. As in The Curse Of… and other such classic movies, let alone Brendan Fraser in between his Encino Man and Scrubs period. So no, I have no idea how this one came up, but I’m glad it did. […]

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