Working in various mediums, Anastasia E White’s art explores her family history. Coming from a mixed race family she is fascinated by the diversity of experiences encountered as her family has spread across North America, Europe and the West Indies. Through exploring and sharing family stories Anastasia has come to better understand not only her families’ histories but her own individual identity.
Well, Spring is here and the Painted Plumes knitting pattern is ready! This Thursday it will go up on Ravelry, Etsy and Craftsy but until then, here are some teaser images of the long-awaited Painted Plumes Shawl. Continue reading
While pictures fall short, the panorama format comes close to conveying the overwhelming scenic diversity of Puerto Vallarta and Banders Bay. Continue reading
Today I’m dressed for a wedding I’m not attending. Today is about sending my love across BC, the Rockies and prairies to Lisa and her husband, Greg in Regina. Continue reading
Since announcing my entry into knitwear design last month I have been a busy little bee. The project manager in me has once again emerged, timelines are set (compleat with google calendar and task up the yin yang), new connections … Continue reading
Remember how I spent October in Puerto Vallarta? Me, too. I didn’t want to come, if staying was an option I would have taken it in a heart beat. But it wasn’t, so home we came and, I’m sorry but, things have not gone so great since coming home. November was fine, I got back into the swing of pattern design and was feeling focused. Then December came around and things began to crumble. Continue reading