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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- 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
- Just a casual afternoon at the work place with @mattmcfarlane89 http://t.co/R4xnZ9SNVw 3 days ago
Unfinished Object/Stash Busting Project
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Category Archives: Things To See, Places To Go
1. Visit museums Aside from the National Museum and National Art Gallery, the museums in Copenhagen charge an entry fee; however, a lot of them are free entry on Wednesdays or Sundays. There is an absolutely huge number of museums … Continue reading
Glaswegians, if there are any reading, you are so incredibly lucky. What a wonderful, culturally rich city you live in, and with so much on your doorsteps. On my final afternoon in Glasgow I wandered once more by the Botanic … Continue reading
Whilst in Birmingham last week I managed to catch a performance of ‘James and the Giant Peach’, the story by Roald Dahl adapted by the Birmingham Stage Company, and performed at the Old Rep Theatre. I have been an avid … Continue reading
Hello from home! Apologies for the recent absence. The last two theatres have had a rather temperamental Internet connection, and anyway I was first enjoying exploring an exciting city, and then relishing the comfort of staying at my own house … Continue reading
Hello January! The tour has finally hit the road after our three week opening residency at the Brighton Theatre Royal – a time which now that we’ve left seems a distant and hazy memory, somehow both idyllic and naïve in … Continue reading
Last night we had the pleasure of attending the private view of the exhibition ‘The Enchanted Forest‘ held at the Gallery at Foyles bookshop on Charing Cross Road. The exhibition brings together a group of seven young, up-and-coming illustrators to … Continue reading
After visiting Vannes we were dying to get to the beach! It was a really sunny and beautiful day, but extremely windy. After a few false starts (relying on a sat-nav was definitely not a good decision for a road … Continue reading
On our penultimate day in France we drove to a larger town (or small city?) in the vicinity, Vannes. The city has lots to offer: a cathedral with lovely floral grounds; a mediaeval wall fortifying the city; a buzzing dock … Continue reading
Over the last few months I have been wearing this dress quite often, so it’s about time that it was photographed really! When we arrived in Rochefort-en-Terre it felt like the ideal thing to be wearing. It was given to … Continue reading
After leaving Rochefort-en-Terre we headed to Guérande, a fortified mediaeval town which is famous in the region because it produces sea salt. Many sweets, biscuits, caramels, crèpes and galettes of Brittany are flavoured with this local salt; and of course … Continue reading