You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘canzine’ tag.

I wish I had taken a picture…

Yesterday was the first snow of the season, and it stayed around until morning when I left the house today. It’s all gone now. I am drinking a pot of jasmine green tea to myself to keep warm this evening, and still thinking about wraps, and slippers, and mittens. I’m thinking of crocheting something warm.

Also wish I had taken pictures at Canzine on Sunday, but I forgot to get my camera out the whole time. Fourtunately for you Blog TO has some pretty great coverage here.


highland cattle, originally uploaded by hello trees.

These are the cattle at our CSA in Durham, ON. I love them!

From my new little self published book which will be available soon!
It will be 30 pages, full colour, approximately 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″, and hand bound with waxed linen thread.

They are at the printers today and I’m waiting to see how they turn out, and get them all put together. Really excited!

P.S. If you are in the Toronto area this weekend, don’t miss Canzine at the Gladstone Hotel on Sunday from 1 – 6pm. I will be there!

Well, I have been away from here for a little while now, haven’t I? We’ve moved into our new space, and we are loving it! I’ve been away from the computer much more, enjoying being outside and just focusing on other things. I am trying to have more computer free time, so this is good. I need to focus on making, and living, and exploring. I think this winter will be much better than the last.

As an aside, I will be attending some marketplaces in November, with my paintings and some other fun things:

I will be at this years Canzine, at the Gladstone hotel on Sunday November 1st 1pm – 7pm. This is a great place to see, and buy all sorts of independent books and zines, as well as other alternative crafts.

and I will be back at this years Second Storie Indie Market in Rochester NY on November 28th and 29th. Last years event was so much fun, especially meeting so many interesting people. Also, I hope there will be more apple cider, because that was wonderful.

Follow the links for more information!

Hello, my name is Lori. I live near Toronto, Canada. This is where I keep my inspirations, ideas, projects, and updates.


Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.