Category — craft2.0
Craft2.0 is hosting some splendiferous workshops.
However, best place to find out about it is over at the Craft2.0 blog.
Yours truly is hosting a series of ‘How to Knit Socks’ workshops, complete with stash bag, yarn, needles, pattern, and all the fun things you need.
However Yours Truly is also running late, so pop over to Craft2.0 to check out the details.
July 5, 2010 No Comments
What an amazing day.
For those who came along and said hello – it was fantastic to meet you! I only wish there had been more time to have proper conversations with people.
June 14, 2010 1 Comment
Amongst all the craziness that is Craft2.0 preparations…somehow I got tied up in a tiramisu competition.
It was all a bit of friendly banter, until the infamous Catherine, of Jam-off fame, picked up on it.
Now, suddenly, we have a time, a place, judges, an MC, a sponsor, and a prize.
How do these things always end up bigger than intended?
So at Craft2.0, today, at 2pm, the New Dowse, Lower Hutt, you will find:
Judges Hon Trevor Mallard, MP for Hutt South, and Megan Whelan, Radio New Zealand journalist
MC The amazing wonderful Jo of the Wellingtonista and SoContent
All sponsored by the fabulous Wendy of Cultured Petone (they make the best tiramisu. Ever. Which is how this all started)
June 11, 2010 No Comments
June 10, 2010 3 Comments
Apologies for the mini hiatus with blog posts the past few days! Life is gearing up in preparation for Craft2.0 – which means lots of dyeing, winding, labelling and other odd jobs.
Thanks to the wonderful amazing Sue, i’m now officially a half partner with Craft2.0! I’ve always loved the work Sue has done promoting the value of handmade, and now I have more excuses to hang out with her and talk crafty goodness.
Here is the awesome Craft2.0 image for the June fair…
If you’re in the area, you should come along and say hi!
[ETA: I know the pic’s a bit cut off at the side, but i’m feeling to lazy to fix it. Soz.]
With all the rain we've had lately, I'm sure lots of people in NZ are feeling a bit sodden, least of all me. Last night, on the way back from Craft Up at Blondini's, my car's windscreen wipers decided on the motorway that it was the perfect time to stop working. Awesome. Luckily I had Elisabeth (aka the Sewphist) with me, and she is member of the AA. One half hour wait a tow truck later, we were home.
Reading this blog post this morning, and running around avoiding puddles, put me in the mood for some Bob. Because he makes everything better.
May 26, 2010 2 Comments