Tuesday, October 25, 2005

My 1920s name

Your 1920's Name is:
Eddie Jack

PDF Tear Sheets!

After looking and looking, I found a sheet with PDF tear sheets for architectural and theatrical lighting instruments. Score!

I just need to show a designer that he doesn't want a Par 56, and instead he wants a little MR16 Birdie light... Times Square Lighting (and Gary Heitz telling me to look there) to the rescue.

In the end, I might even buy them there, but to start with, I have to sell the idea.

Thursday, October 6, 2005


This stuff looks so yummy! And it is hand-dyed, and less than $2 per ounce, which is less expensive than the Lorna's Laces roving. I've heard that pencil roving is a bit boring to spin though, since there isn't much drafting to be done.

Wednesday, October 5, 2005


Creative Reuse Warehouse... has lots of donated stuff for $4 per grocery bag full. The intention is to sell it to school teachers, group leaders, artists and other community members. That is so awesome. There is a place like that in Minneapolis, but I had always just figured it was a liberal-crunchy-Minnesotan recycling thing.

Mostly this is being blogged about so that when I go, "hey, what's that place in town that you can get crafty stuff by the bagful?" it will be recorded somewhere searchable.

Back to the drafting board and my Avril/Madonna mix.

Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Jumping on the bandwagon

You are a

Social Liberal
(73% permissive)

and an...

Economic Liberal
(13% permissive)

You are best described as a:


Link: The Politics Test on OkCupid Free Online Dating
Also: The OkCupid Dating Persona Test

Saturday, October 1, 2005

Mulberry Creators File for Bankruptcy

Yay! I was never much of a fan of Mulberry, and it seems that the market economy has spoken.

Sorry not to have updated recently, I'll try to do that soon.