About me…Hello! I'm Anushka, a costume and hat designer based in London, UK. I love knitting, vintage, film and food. This blog chronicles my adventures in making and my creative lifestyle.
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- Spotlight on Sojung Kim wp.me/pe8KT-yT 1 hour ago
- Keep your fingers crossed for me, I'm hoping for something very good to happen! #positivethinking 1 day ago
- A pinafore in black and grey wp.me/pe8KT-yP 1 day ago
- My mother has joined Twitter! Shame you can't transfuse cake fumes through internet. @taniatay88 2 days ago
Unfinished Object/Stash Busting Project
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Author Archives: Anushka
I recently discovered the work of Korean illustrator Sojung Kim. After working in Korea, Sojung relocated to the UK, and went to the same art college as me (the Arts University College at Bournemouth); however, I never met her whilst … Continue reading
I started this dress back in December, what seems like months and months ago, upon the prospect of spending most of the winter months up in the North. I am not a huge fan of the North: I feel cold … Continue reading
I have a pot of ‘Organic Wild Rose Beauty Balm’ by Neals Yard Remedies, which I use to give myself a little facial with every week. It comes with an (organic) cotton muslin cloth used to steam the face, but … Continue reading
Sheffield is a delightful city to spend some time in, and our week there was full of nice brunches, antiques centres, good pubs and vintage shops. And the theatre, of course. There are a few excellent eateries down a little … Continue reading
Life has felt rather hectic as of late – I think that it’s taken rather a while to adjust to being back in boring old England after spending such a wonderful holiday abroad. However, the tour has come down south … Continue reading
Well I’ve finally reached the last post on our time spent in Marrakech, and have saved the best till last: Food! Eating out in Marrakech completely surpassed my expectations. As you might expect, it’s based very much around tagine, couscous … Continue reading
Our last day in Marrakech featured blazing blue skies and bright warmth. We strolled down to the gardens of Jacques Majorelle, a painter and plant collector who made these amazing gardens in the 1920s. They are now owned by Yves … Continue reading
I couldn’t not include these photos I took at the Medersa Ben Yousef from this series on our holiday in Marrakech. It was a koranic school, originally founded in the 14th century, and was restored in the late 20th Century. … Continue reading
Chris and I went to Marrakech with the aim in mind to purchase a handmade glass lantern – a Moroccan craft speciality. We’d seen them hanging up in interiors boutiques in Brighton and London, as well as for sale at … Continue reading