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Sherlock, making progress continued...

I apologise for the lack of posts, I’ve been on holiday :D but thats a blog post for another time!

So since last time I completed the lining of the coat; this was really easy having already made the outer layer of the coat, the lining is the same (same patterns pieces and methods of making) but obviously made from a lining fabric. 55 more words

Art And Crafting

1950s Western Roebucks jacket

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281424935900
This vintage western jacket was made in the 1950s and was sold by Sears under the Roebuck’s label. Roebucks was, at the time, their house brand for westernwear- mostly jeans and denim jackets, but also fancier items like this. 103 more words

Fashion

A Little Update

Things have been so busy the past few weeks with work and home life I’ve not been able to post anything for a while.

I have signed up the for Scottish half Marathon which is just over a week away, i have been able to get out for some training runs over the past few weeks and will hopefully be able to post a gallery of those runs soon. 59 more words

Training Update

Hotlanta - continued.

Atlanta didn’t disappoint. It was a lovely working/playing adventure.

I am certain that if I lived in Atlanta I would want to live in Ansley Park. 229 more words

Fashion

London Cottage Lists: Tweed chairs

Today from our online browsing, we bring you 5 of our favourite tweed chairs:

Top L-R, then bottom L-R

1. Grant Featherston Contour Style Lounge Chair… 67 more words

House

Friday Fave: Milly Loulou leather-trimmed tweed playsuit

What is it: The Loulou leather-trimmed tweed playsuit from Milly.

Why I love it: This sweet little romper is playful, edgy, and sophisticated all at once. 12 more words

Fashion

On the Ghost of Elvis and His Summer Home in Tweed

As many of you know, I live in a small town in Ontario called “Tweed.” Now, Tweed isn’t exceptional. It’s not much different than any other small town in North America, but it’s gotten its share of media attention (occasionally for the wrong reasons). 991 more words

Humor