I had a very exciting meeting yesterday about making some AMAZING costumes for panto this year, working with my bestest buddy Catherine Sanger. I highly recommend you all check out her Facebook page here.
More info as things develop. Can’t wait to get cracking. OH NO YOU DON’T! OH YES I DO! etc…
I’ve been super excited about this all day, so I found some photos of lovely simple underpinning corsets I’ve made. I love these just because of their shape and simplicity, and I remember really enjoying making them too. These were both for operas I was working on, so I don’t get credit for design or cut just make. But they’re still lush!
Yay! I’m very happy to be sorting out a proper sewing room again. I haven’t had a really nice workroom to sew, cut and just generally create stuff in for over a year! Pictures when it’s finished…. Got a super long list of projects to do!!!!
I put this mini protest banner up on the railings outside The Settlement building in Bargoed, in the Rhymney valley.
The Settlement is a community building, which houses various community projects, clubs and associations. Bargoed has a strong community spirit, but many issues surrounding cuts, lack of employment and crime. Much like many towns in the valleys. I lived in Bargoed for a short time, it is currently undergoing a regeneration programme, which will be extremely positive when complete.
My protest banner was meant to encourage people to think what they could do to improve their community.
It’s no good thinking, someone should do something about whatever issue you feel passionately about, you are someone. Do something.
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