New Video: Belgian Shoegazers Slow Crush Return with a Dreamy Visual for Brooding and Lush "Lull"
New Video: Belgian Shoegazers Slow Crush Return with a Dreamy Visual for Brooding and Lush "Lull" @slowcrushband @earshotmedia @QUIETxPANIC
Belgian shoegazer outfit Slow Crush — currently Isa Holliday (vocals, bass), Jelle Harde Ronsmans (guitar), Jeroen Jullet (guitar) and Frederik Meeuwis (drums) — exploded into the international shoegaze scene with the release their full-length debut, 2018’s Aurora. Between 2018 and 2020, Slow Crush supported the album with nonstop, relentless touring across the world with acts…
Goooo morning The greenish blue Italian balloon jacket with the cream turtleneck knit in relax vibes #knit #ringjacketnapoli #ringjacket #ringjacketwholesale #relaxedvibes #jacketstyle #pursuitoffantasy https://www.instagram.com/p/CVTrk9_BJWZ/?utm_medium=tumblr
My box of leather scraps came! So excited. First I have to sort through the colors and sizes. I think I can make one or two small bags but I’m also thinking for the small pieces I could make some butterfly barrettes too.
Omg I got my yarn to finally make a sweater but the pattern said to use circular needles with a 40” cord but my Michaels didn’t have that size and I want to start on it now but the only place that has them is Amazon and I would get them Saturday which means I would have to wait and I don’t want too 😭😭😭
One thing I’ve learned over the past year or so of designing is that designers have names. I seriously hadn’t really thought about the person behind the pattern before. I was not the type to buy a pattern because there’s so many free patterns out there, why bother?
I also didn’t buy yarn.
I have bought so much yarn in the past year and a half! It’s a almost embarrassing 😅 but I have learned a…
Tagged by: @joeypotter1998 - thank you, queen! i love doing tags!
pumpkin or apple // cocoa or cider // Halloween or Thanksgiving // leaf piles or apple picking // hay ride or corn maze // wooly sweater or furry slippers // pumpkin carving or knitting // squash or sweet potato // black cat or bat // skeletons or witches // fake blood or fake spiders // mashed potatoes or stuffing // orange or black // apple pie or maple donuts // marshmallows or candy corn // vampire or werewolf // fireplace or cozy nook // spiced wine or craft beer // candied apples or s'mores // big scarf or oversized hoodie
Tagging: @kimberly-wexler, @mariacallous, and anyone else who wants to do a fun tag!
#a) i haven't knit since the 7th grade but i'd love to get back into it #b) i actually prefer s'mores but making s'mores are a distinctly summer activity
After my filo construction workshop last week I started experimenting with different materials . I started looking into masks and how people play with appearance and hide their emotions. I started knitting a mask , it's taking longer than expected but I'm getting there .
The knitting needles that either my mom, grandma, or great grandma had are finally getting used! I’m learning to knit!
Went to my library and one of the ladies there showed me how to start. Definitely doing better than when I started crocheting. Lol! Not perfect, but not bad either! No idea what I’m making. Mostly just doing a square.
#knitting#eeeeeeeee #first time I’ve ever knitted #it’s going so much better than I would’ve hoped!
I'm turning this blog into a knitting/sewing one because I wanted a place to put all of my creations. I have only been knitting for a couple of months and sewing for even less. (not including all those mini projects I did when I was little hehe)
Members of the Beijing Knitting Guild meet at La Medina Middle Eastern restaurant in the Sanlitun diplomatic neighborhood.
When I leave Beijing this fall after eight years in China’s capital city, I will sorely miss a particular group of people - the members of the Beijing Knitting Guild.
The group, mostly comprised of expats like myself, meets on Monday afternoons and Thursday evenings, and like most of the members who work, I go on Thursdays.
Since most members go after work, we meet at a variety of Beijing restaurants (with good lighting) to work on our projects, enjoy a meal and good fellowship. A number of our members are teachers, a couple of us work in communications and a few work at various embassies or their spouses do. We even have a member who is an ambassador.
This group has been a lifesaver for me, offering a regular evening out with a group of fun, interesting and talented women (and sometimes a few men). Their efforts to teach me to knit and crochet were fruitless, but they don’t mind that I work on embroidery projects.
For the last couple of years I’ve worked on a four-foot long table runner, only embroidering during our gatherings. After 2.5 years, I completed it.
As is all too common, our member roster changes regularly, as people come and go from Beijing to their home countries or other diplomatic postings. In the past, I’ve waved goodbye to friends who went home to Germany and South Africa, and to new embassy assignments in India.
Now it’s my turn to say farewell. I will really miss these friends.
After 2.5 years, The Alabama Expat’s four-foot long table runner is complete.