18/11/2008

Day in





Felt a bit run down yesterday so me and the hubby stayed in and did a bit of crafting. He made a Hiroshige tatebanko (a japanese diorama) and I got my knitting on. This is what we listened to, I think it's the best crafting music there is... Now all I need is a rocking chair and a crackling fire and the scene would be complete.

10 comments:

  1. oh my goodness.
    that diorama looks so good!!

    and i love those lights that you have.
    i always dream to have light bulbs exposed in such a way =)

    *sb

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  2. YiiiiiiiiiiHaaaaa! Sound like a good day spent and very productive. What are you knitting this time?

    It is sunny and hot here in Puerto Galera and I wish I have some knitting to do.... puss puss

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  3. En sprakande brasa hade varit nåt! Det är en dröm att någon gång få ha det. Jag blir varm bara av tanken :)

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  4. Love the photos. I love when it rains sometimes and there is an excuse to stay in and make art

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  5. wow that diorama! beautiful! -not to talk about the futurama dvds lined up!! and: i want to be your cat! and curl up inside while you craft!

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  6. oh. så rofyllt.
    jag kom just från sthlm med möten och trafik o regn o tunnlar o tågresor på timtal. nu njuter jag av denna friiiid. DIN frid. tack. så mysigt!

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  7. you may already know, but my hubby pointed out that your hubby's diorama is the same image on weezer's pinkterton album :)

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  8. hope you"re feeling better! that diorama is amazing...i need to figure out how to make one. thanks for the inspiration :)

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  9. ahh i wonder where he get this tatebanko from? somewhere in London?

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  10. suzie: we got it in SCP in shoreditch but I think they sell them in a few places...

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