Hurrah, spring is in the air and in my studio!! I can’t tell you just how good it feels to be creating in it again. The warmer temperatures inspired this sweet #sewliberated#matchatop, from @harts_fabric, in @libertylondon tresco tana lawn cotton that it has me thinking I’ll make it again but with flutter sleeves, tucked into high waisted jean cut-offs, and finished off with a pair of converse kicks. How old am I? I’m reminded once again that dressing your age was so 2018😂. This #matchatoppattern is incredibly versatile and the collar detail and gathering is just 👌🏼💕. Bravo @sewliberated, you had me at matcha!
Happy Easter everyone. xo
We made a bread to celebrate Easter, or spring, or sunshine or friends or whatever! It is just a bit sweet and filled with rosemary, orange blossom water and orange zest, filled out by a robust sourdough flavour. The crust is softened with clarified butter and rolled in sugar and orange zest.
It’s based off the lovely pan de meurto I had at @panaderiarosetta last year and uses a formula similar to the spanish easter bread, Mona.
Tomorrow only! 8-4 at the bakery or 10-12 at Moss St Market.
I really love this photo of me, but I almost didn’t post it. In high school I cared a lot LESS about what people thought of me. I still remember having bright red hair and being unapologetic about how I expressed myself. I’m not sure if it’s social media, or the things I’ve been through since I left school 4 years ago or what. It’s so hard sometimes to see everyone’s perfect lives on Instagram and not get down on myself about my videos or photography or how I look. Especially how I look. Every time I feel this way I’ve been trying to bring myself back to the thought about growth, flowers and trees grow at different speeds and no one judges them for it. 🌱Self love is a journey, that’s never linear.
I truly think the biggest thing I have acquired is my maturity in knowing that if things don’t work out, I will continue on. If I fail, I will try again.
I do fail, I take a breath, put my head down and work harder. I do not relish in the thought of failure. I am comforted by my work ethic, knowing that effort is infinite.
My deepest fear is no longer failure; it is the act of not trying, not seizing every opportunity.
“The pain of discipline is far less than the pain of regret”