I got married!

It was a lot of fun!   We did it on our farm at Tauherenikau, which doesn’t have any amenities yet. Part of the ceremony involved asking our friends and family to plant a small grove of seedling kahikateas, which will grow into something really cool to remember the day by.

But since this blog is about making stuff, here is the dress I made to get married in.  🙂  All photos by Polly Lind.

More pics and a few details of materials can be found here.

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Cullen goes swimming!

The same photographer who shot the Water Witches, Brett Stanley, has also done a session with Cullen.  My favourite shot from the set will be featured in a cosplay mag soon so I can’t share that yet but meanwhile, here is a video showing some of Brett’s cosplay work, with a whole section featuring Cullen!  Eeeeeee!

 

Possessed by hippies!

I made a thing.  The thing about this thing is that I made it all, up to and including shearing the sheep that unwillingly donated its wool to my project.

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Clearly self-sufficiency brings out the hippy in me.  Yikes.

More about this weird item of clothing can be found here.