Monthly Archives: October 2010

Jasper Conran

Jasper Conran suffers from fashion’s most pleasurable form of schizophrenia. On a visit to the theatre, you can wear his designs in the auditorium and watch them on stage at the same time. But though the theatrical costumes have been … Continue reading

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Cross Stitch

Cross stitch is probably the oldest form of needlework, and appears in every society throughout the world. However, its history is often difficult to determine, particularly in folk traditions. One of the earliest books of cross stitch designs was published … Continue reading

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The importance of clothing

The way you dress, gives people an immediate impression of who you are. Survey’s┬áhave proved that well-dressed people are thought to be more qualified, more intelligent and more likeable than those who are not. Your appearance can also be the … Continue reading

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Organizing embroidery designs

Colour, line and texture What ever subject you choose to observe, examine all the subtleties of its colours and textures, its structure and the lines that give its definition. The understanding of these core elements will help you build the … Continue reading

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Qype: The Picturedrome in Northampton

Northampton – Eating & Drinking – Pubs & Bars – Pubs If you like live music and comedy then this is the place to go. Don’t leave it too late to arrive or you might not get in. Check out … Continue reading

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