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 11 hours 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 2 days ago
- My mother has joined Twitter! Shame you can't transfuse cake fumes through internet. @taniatay88 2 days ago
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Category Archives: textiles
I am really, really enjoying the process of making this crochet blanket – far more than I had ever anticipated! Whilst the scale of the project is still a little daunting, I’ve now made approximately a quarter of the hexagons … Continue reading
I’ve been working quite a lot lately and so any ‘spare’ days off have been carefully planned.; in the case of last week, it was for sewing. As you can imagine I have amassed quite a lot of commercial sewing … Continue reading
Image credits: Photograph – Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images. Source – The Guardian. Recently I went to the V&A to see their exhibition Ballgowns: British glamour since 1950 in the newly-reopened fashion galleries. The V&A is one of my favourite museums and their exhibitions … Continue reading
Today I spent all afternoon in the dye room at uni turning five metres of powder blue silk crepe into an eau-de-nil/green greyish shade of green. Dyeing is something which I can do if pressed, but it is not really … Continue reading
So as one of the bridesmaids at my cousin’s wedding, I had to choose one of those “old, new, borrowed, blue” categories for a small gift. As I am a penniless art student (and compulsive maker) the obvious thought was … Continue reading
On our second walk up to Prague Castle, I spied antique irons hidden away in a dark window display. Something about the lines of antique metal objects always resonates pleasingly with me, especially practical objects when they are made to … Continue reading
My friend Holly recently worked with commercial photographer Min Seok Kim on a fashion shoot following the story of a blow-up doll who is brought to life. The concept of the shoot was based on a Korean film, and visually … Continue reading
Lately I’ve been knitting another pattern from ‘A Stitch In Time’, this time the purple number rather loftily entitled ‘It Cannot Fail to Please’. It uses a really pretty lace pattern and works up quite quickly. There are a few … Continue reading