Space girl

shoes I'm going to keep this on super short. I wore this outfit a couple of days ago for a thing my band did (which I'll talk about later this year) Also, I'm not quite sure what happened to the colours/lighting when I took these... lets pretend I like the result, and we'll just call it artsy! :P







holding glasses




looking away





Shoes Rohan and I got approved for our first property today, meaning we'll be moving into our first place before the end of the month. It's super exciting and a little scary, but I'm looking forward to this new adventure.


It'll be weird not calling my parents house home anymore. I've lived here for 20 of my 22 years of being alive, so I've never known anything different. It's not a huge change of scenery (we're moving a 10 min drive away) but IDK, it's a big change for me.


Apart from that exciting news, I spent today recording flute parts for the button collective ep and album today, which was super fun. We managed to get 8 songs recorded in 3 1/2 hours, which is pretty darn speedy (I'm amazed my brain didn't collapse from all of the concentrating!)


So yeah, this is what I wore to record in (Because my outrageous clothing is totally audible in the recording) I'm pretty sad I didn't get better photo's (That's what happens when you have to shoot in un-natural light in the evening.) Serves me right for not getting dressed sooner!

legs crossed

Speaking of Button Collective! I have 3 gigs with them, and one gig with Vanishing Shapes (Technically it's the same gig. My friend Ess-em who also makes super rad tunes booked a gig for her birthday, and booked both V Shapes and B/C to play <3) coming up in the next few days.  So yeah, If you live in Sydney and are interested in hearing some rad folk music, details are on The B/C and V/S pages.

Flower Space Princess

shoes Man it feel good to be back on the sewing machine! I haven't sewn in so long because gigs/uni/work/life. I also made another flower crown because why not!


This fabric has been burning a hole in my sewing box since May (or was it April?). I bought it while I was on holidays in Kiama with my family from a teeny tiny quilting shop. The pattern reminds me of the glow in the dark stickers you stick on the roof to make glow in the dark galaxies. The material I used for the bow is this ridiculous shiny organza material which I've had forever. It's a bit of a pain to sew with, but it looks so pretty.

skirt details


As with most of my skirts, my pattern is self drafted. It's a 3/4 circle skirt with a gathered trim edge. This is becoming a fairly standard pattern in my self drafted arsenal. I love the way it moves, and I love how full the gathers make the skirt.

legs plus staring


I've got another skirt in the works. It's unlike the skirts I've sewn before, which is fun. I'll have to finish it this evening so I can wear it tomorrow :3 (This may or may not b the start of a sewing binge...)

standing head tilt