Knit Kit Review – Vivienne Cardigan by Wool And The Gang

I've recently finished the Vivienne Cardigan from Wool and the Gang. It was my first kit from them, and my first ever cardigan. I think it turned out really well! The kit contains 9 balls of Shiny Happy Cotton, a pattern, a sewing needle and a crochet hook. You can get them to send you … Continue reading Knit Kit Review – Vivienne Cardigan by Wool And The Gang

Blogmas Day 4 – My Favourite Ever Bookshops (Consumerism Isn’t All Bad)

I hang out mainly with people who do a lot of activism and/or yoga, so consumerism gets a bad rap round our way. "Who needs possessions anyway?" my friends will say, knitting themselves jumpers out of yak milk. "Money's not what's important in life. The only things that truly bring happiness are love, and a … Continue reading Blogmas Day 4 – My Favourite Ever Bookshops (Consumerism Isn’t All Bad)

Magic Milk and Cookies

And by magic, I mean with booze in it. As it’s Sunday, and STILL not spring, despite me checking every fifteen seconds since January the 15th, I thought I’d blog about my EXTREMELY COSY AFTERNOON making biscuits with some new homeware and drinking. Oh, and also do a mini homeware haul. Check out my selection … Continue reading Magic Milk and Cookies

Presents to Stave Off Regret

You know those obnoxious Facebook updates where everyone lists the year’s triumphs, totally glosses over any low points and throws in a humblebrag at the end so no one can accuse them of being a self important, smug little dick head? I really want to write one of those. This year has been brilliant for … Continue reading Presents to Stave Off Regret

Christmas Presents For Feminists

I often don’t admit this because I think it’s “shallow” or whatever, but I bloody love shopping. THINGS, new things, new things that are beautiful and useful and mine. I am a product of the capitalist society I exist in and if you keep me in enough pretty notebooks and artisan gin I don’t even … Continue reading Christmas Presents For Feminists