Saturday, September 30, 2023

September Cornucopia

September has come and gone, and here's how I kept myself entertained, interested, and maybe educated. A cornucopia of links to things I've enjoyed online this past month. The photo above is from our time in Shenzhen, China. It was a sign expressing the theme for the development of the free trade zone, a famous saying about why China needed to turn into a more capitalistic version of itself.


 Hooray for bringing back the yearly dahlia show at Stonehenge. Beautiful pictures.


If you like Phyrne Fisher's beautiful period outfits on Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries then go check out this post from Folkwear.


Want to learn more about Gelli Plate Printing? There's a Gel Printers Summit happening in October.


This is a really nice looking free tote bag design with a great tutorial to go with it.


I love Lynda Barry, she's a great teacher, not just for learning to draw, but for life in general. `~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~`~

I rather like this table runner design. I might print out the curved template and see if it matches up with the Wonder Curve ruler or not.


Here's a video on how to clean your Machingers quilting gloves, Murphy's Oil Soap, genius!


A really interesting podcast series from The Nocturnists, Post Roe America, on how the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision has affected medical providers. A lot of points of view you rarely get to hear.


Susan said...

Love all the links. the bag pattern is one I'm going to make. thanks, Mrs. K.

Julie Zaccone Stiller said...

You're so welcome Mrs K, let me know how that bag pattern works out.