OH HELLO! 👼

OH HELLO! 👼

"I felt unsure about what I wanted to do, so I made a list of things I never regret doing. I realized that I never regret spending time outside, traveling, and challenging myself, so I decided to hike. I don’t think any 90-year-old would look back on life and regret hiking the PCT."

Four Months Alone on the Pacific Crest Trail | The Hairpin

So vv dreamy #sheilahicks (at Sikkema Jenkins)

So vv dreamy #sheilahicks (at Sikkema Jenkins)

Real cute

Real cute

Suddenly she spots, with delight, a whirling flock of goldfinches. “Look at these goldfinches - do you see?” she cries. “Goldfinches are the greatest little birds, because they build their nests in the spring, a long time after all the other birds do. They’re the last to settle down - they just fly around and they’re happy for a long time, and just sing and play. And only when it’s insanely late in the year, they kind of break down and build their nests. I love goldfinches,” she sighs, huddling tinily in the big car seat. “They’re my favorite bird.”

Donna Tartt interview by James Kaplan for Vanity Fair, September 1992

First Listen: St. Vincent, 'St. Vincent'

I haven’t liked a new album this much in a long time (other than Beyonce’s, duh)

Elizabeth Beulah Ogle (1916–2007) preparing a warp for weaving at the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School’s Arrowcraft Shop in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA, in 1933

Elizabeth Beulah Ogle (1916–2007) preparing a warp for weaving at the Pi Beta Phi Settlement School’s Arrowcraft Shop in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA, in 1933

Douglas Coupland: unemployed - FT.com

❄️ It’s a good day for drawing ❄

❄️ It’s a good day for drawing ❄

The Wawona Wall Hanging (available at The Primary Essentials) is featured in The Wall Street Journal this weekend! Click through to read a great article about the fiber art revival.
“Brooklyn-based Alicia Scardetta updates the wrapped, dreadlocks style of 1970s fiber-art superstar Sheila Hicks with a riot of neon hue”

The Wawona Wall Hanging (available at The Primary Essentials) is featured in The Wall Street Journal this weekend! Click through to read a great article about the fiber art revival.

Brooklyn-based Alicia Scardetta updates the wrapped, dreadlocks style of 1970s fiber-art superstar Sheila Hicks with a riot of neon hue”

Weaves on One Kings Lane Artisanal: Charming Cheerful and Handmade sale tonight! Hello 2014!

Weaves on One Kings Lane Artisanal: Charming Cheerful and Handmade sale tonight! Hello 2014!

Weird on weird

Weird on weird