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Toughest day of the week - Wednesday.
I need to be two places one at a time (quite normal), but these places are about 90mins away from one another.
Anyway, once I finish everyhing on Wednesday, what await me is weekend!
Looking forward to it.
Want to make more structured ones...
New project at my work...
I have no idea why I should be the team leader of this project.
To be honest, the project is the kind I like, but I don't like the number of the members. Simply too many.
It will be very difficult to have consensus, or even just agreement.
But if boss said I am the leader, I have to be.
Will I have time for tsumami craft??
Hair pins with lovely pinkish colours.
Nice for autumn ... or toward Christmas??
November is almost there.... already?!
But, at last, the air became like real Autumn.
November is a busy month and concentrated in one week...
3 November (Sun)
@ Akagi Shraine, Kagurazaka
10:00 - 17:00
Nearest Station: Kagurazaka
My favourite craft market as always.
Hope the weather will be nice!
Sagami Ono Art Festa
11:00 - 16:00
Nearest Station: Sagami Ono
I've heard of it, but firt time to join this market.
Looking forward to the new location, and hoping to have lovely experiences.
7 - 9 November
@Gallery Anne, Nishiogikubo
11:00 - 18:00 (Saturday - 17:00)
Nearest Station: Nighiogikubo
Second time here, and third time with the crowd.
I always learn a lot from this event, and enjoy it.
9 November (Sat)
Tsumami Petit Lesson
11:00 - 13:00
@ Gallery Anne, Nishiogikubo
Making flower earrings with tsumami craft.
They will be pretty on both Western and Japanese garmet.
If you are interested, please book a seat!
16 November (Sat)
10:00 - 13:00
Nearest Station: Kodenmacho
@Fuga Style Cafe
Nearest Station: Iidabashi, Ushigome Kagurazaka
Kanzashi with camellia and crane: 16500yen for 3 lessons
flower earrings: 3500yen for 1 lesson
Comb with chrysanthemum: 11000yen for 2 lessons
If you are interested, please contact me via message box at the righthand side, or send me email to: tsumami.fukusaya*gmail.com (* = @)
24 November (Sun)
10:00 - 16:00
Nearest Station: Chuorinkan
Another first time experience.
I hear good repuation on this market, so I am looking forward to it!
This weekend is Akagi Marche!
It seems it's been a while since I went there last because I missed the one in September.
Hope the weather is nice - not too strong wind, too hot or rain...
I didn't know bellflowers are East Asia natives, but it is true that bellflowers are important and loved in Japan.
Cherry blossoms in Autumn, and the colour is Autumn taste.
I thought we can have cherry blossoms in different colours as this flower is accepted as "pattern through the year".
The Japanese are fussy about seasonal flowers, and we should not wear/use out-of-season flowers with Kimono, but Cherry blossom is national flower so can be used in any season.
It's a small Kanzashi which can be used for various hair styles.
Making quite a few flowers today, and completing some.
Despite the fact that I made a mistake in the way folding petals, amanged to make a comb.
These are the colours I feel Autumn, and happy with them.
I think I have recovered and motivated to actively work on new flowers!
Will bring "new borns" to this weekend's Akagi Marche!
Autumn rain, I quite like it.
Particularly when I don't need to go out ;)
If I am correct, I can have a day like that tomorrow.
Staying at home whole day, and ... errr, actually working.
But still it will be a nice weekdend.
Small comb for casual and for party use.
Would be nice to use it with other hair accessaries.
During the day, it is still hot, but nice and cool in the evening and morning!
My "tea life" is back.
In August, it was too hot to have nice cups of tea, and I gave up this custom.
But now, thanks to the trip to my sisters who gave me excess tea bags at hers, and to England (F&M's - the only shop open when I saw in London around 8 pm), I have lovely teas now! and enjoying them.
Small accessories for keys and cell phones.
Had no intention of making these again, but someone used my book as shopping catalogue...
My schedule is really tight, but two more appointments came in.
They are things I know I will enjoy, and happy to accommodate in my schedule!
Looking forward to the day, and tackling necessary arrangements.
They were already in the shape of flowers before I leave Japan.
At long last, they became 'proper' form ... actually, 'nearly proper'.
I'm afraid I forgot to add leaves :(
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