the essay is done. It’s not the greatest essay on Paradise Lost ever (clearly I didn’t expect it to be). But I’m relatively happy with it.That’s almost besides the point. This is the first time in my entire time as a student where having two things due in at once hasn’t completely screwed me and my work up. Every C I’ve ever gotten has been because that piece suffered because I had another to do.
And now sitting on my desk are two pieces of work with cover sheets stapled to the fronts and cds for each on top of them. This makes me very satisfied. They’re done on time.
Yes I have been up all night. My next goal is to do this without staying up all night. But it’s a start, right? They’re done on time at least.
So on time in fact that I now have 3 hours to kill before I have to get ready for my class. Rosa calls, seriously she’s sooooo pretty. I’m about an inch into the beads and keep stopping to admire it.
We have enjoyed seeing people's Joy mitts on Ravelry and Instagram and although the kits are nearly sold out now, it is a pattern that can be done in many different colours, depending on what flag/colour scheme you want to use.
We have made genderqueer, asexual, non-binary and pansexual flag charts.
Introducing the first in an ongoing series of guest posts. I'm honoured that we're beginning with this vital letter from Emi Ito.
Emi has been outspoken about the cultural appropriation of the kimono in fashion and has helped many makers and designers find a less hurtful approach to naming their patterns and products.