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“And for once, it might be grand
To have someone understand.
I want so much more than they’ve got planned…”

Belle cosplay made by me (Mimi Reaves). Thank you Studio Henshin Photography for the photo <3 


                                Atelier de Lesfressange (Series 55)

1. A Lady Sewing in an Interior c. 1920

2.  Evan Wilson, Mending the Kimono

3. Emil Pap (1884-1945) Practicing Needlepoint

4. Girl Knitting by Jules Breton

5.  Working Hands by Albert Anker

6.  Artist’s Mother Knitting in a Flat in Paris Albert Ranney Chewett (1877–1965)

7.  Thomas Waterman Wood - Threading a Needle

8. Distraction, 1889, Joseph Caraud (1821-1905)

9.  Harold Knight - Knitting [c.1915]

10. The Seamstress by Thomas Wade

Hi! The past term, theatre practice 2022 has been working on the tableau project. We were given a scene from the beguiled (2017) and asked to recreate it.

Here’s how it turned out:


Everyone’s hard work really paid off! I made Amy’s costume; with the help of another student.


This project helped me a lot! I not only improved my making skills but also my communication skills. I also learnt more ways I can deal with my autism in the work room! My confidence definitely improved greatly.


I can’t wait until the next term where we’ll be learning about stretch wear, body padding and soft tailoring!


The Little Mermaid Photoshoot (1)

all photos are taken by Gerry Juans

Ariel CN nina (me) | Eric CN Haris 

Costume : credit to Kaze who made Eric costume | Ariel pink dress are by myself. I also accepting commission. Send me email to if you interested :)

What PPL Think Tiefling Culture Is: Chaotic evil demon children sent here to seduce people to the darkness with trickery and foul intent. 

What Tiefling Culture Actually Is: Weirdly shaped pillows that give you really specific neck support while you sleep because these GOD DAMN HORNS get in the FUCKING way all the FUCKIN-

Cosmere Cross-stitch update #16: April 2017

I managed to do it! At the beginning of the month I wasn’t so sure I would be able to reach my goal of finishing my current pattern piece of my cross stitch of @rynezion‘s beautiful Vin poster. A lot of late nights were involved in the completion of the above section. Below you can see all that I’ve done so far. 


My greatest frustration is always at the end of the pattern piece when I’ve got about 25 different colors left to do and they each need between 5 and 15 stitches scattered all over; it’s beyond annoying and makes the back of the piece look an absolute mess. But when I hold it up and look at it from a distance, it makes all the difference having all the various shades in there. I WAS very close to not using the two different whites in Vin’s face, but as you can obviously tell, I stuck with the pattern and did white AND snow white. :P

Well, on to the next pattern piece! 

Day in the Life of a Plush Maker:
  • 1% Blogging about plush
  • 2% Looking at plush
  • 10% Making lists of plush I want to make
  • 2% Shopping for fabric for plush
  • 5% Actually making plush

It seems I spend most of my life on the floor looking for various sharp and cylindrical items that have rolled away.

If you wondering where the space for sleep is, that’s it. That’s my life. I haven’t slept a full night in over a week. I’m tired, grumpy, AND my bobbin pot just fell off the desk and threw 64 bobbins across the floor.