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#project vest: the conclusion

I went a bit more slowly finishing the second half of this vest.  It actually didn’t take very long because there is less fabric in the front!   546 more words



Not too much going on right now…

I’m in the final stretch of the semester (and college in general!) so the pressure is on. Only this week and finals week to go and I am DONE. 600 more words


FO: Jane Bennet socks

Yesterday I finished my Jane Bennet socks.

The pattern is by Rachel Coopey and comes from volume 2 of Jane Austen Knits. Despite looking pretty complex, they were surprisingly quick and easy to make. 72 more words


French Onion Soup Empanadas

On numerous occasions on this blog I gushed about my love of French Onion Soup. It’s somewhat of an obsession.

One of my other loves in any food that’s wrapped in dough – be it puff pastry, filo, pasta, etc. 387 more words

What's Cooking?

At last.

Before we get started with today’s post, I want to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who has donated funds or bought patterns for donation of the proceeds to the Nepal earthquake relief efforts!   538 more words


Groove @ Central World by T.R.O.P + A49 + SDA + FOS

From the architect. Try imagine a mega city of 15 millions people and 8 millions vehicles without any proper pedestrian pathway, and you may think that it is impossible. 1,241 more words


FOs #6

It’s RUMS again and I have quite a few things to show that I made ONLY for me.

Let’s start with a bag that I made years (!) ago but never used because the strap was too short and stuff fell through the crochet holes. 156 more words