Nov 27, 2006
Aug 21, 2006
Avalaible here: http://www.etsy.com/view_item.php?listing_id=396011
Soon available on my Etsy store http://www.hyena.etsy.com
Some other little things I did recently. I have problems with that blog. I don't have a lot of friends and I always feel like I am speaking in the void. It disturbs me a little, with all my insecure complexes and phobia...
Anyway, for those few who read me, let me know what you think!! (is there a way to view a friends page or something like that???)
Aug 17, 2006
So here is the sweater:
And here is the post:
And yes, my poor mannequin, named Toinette, has a wooden stick up her ass, because she is waiting for a better base, that will come soon, thanks to an amazing friend!
Pattern: Short and sweet, Happy Hooker
Pattern by me
Jul 30, 2006
Jul 16, 2006
I noticed lately more and more negationism, more and more people and groups saying concentration and extermination camps never existed, that Jewish people died of typhus during the WWII, that they were barely 3 millions and that is nothing compared to other mass killings (Stalin, Khmers …the list is long of course).
It was only 60 years ago and it begins to sound as if it has been 200 years ago, and it is beginning to be forgotten.
I noticed a lot of lack of respect for the holocaust. I noticed a lot of people using the words Nazi or fascist without knowing what they are referencing to.
We need to remember. 60 years is nothing in human history and we could stumble again and fall in those very dark ages.
Memory is what constitutes History, that is, our past and therefore our present and future. Denying the past will only make us repeat the same tragic mistakes and crimes.
6 millions people died in extermination camps. Jewish people carry the most awful lost in that count. I consider the holocaust to be the most horrible drama in human being history. The systematization of the killings, the destruction of each individual reduced to a number, the tag and number they were obliged to wear on their clothes and in their flesh: this is the most visible part of what I consider to be the most dreadful crime against humanity.
Jun 3, 2006
May 25, 2006
I posted the lil guys all over the place! lol. But I am so proud of them I want to show them over and over.
They are now packed and ready to join their new mommy, the charming Eling at www.travelingrhinos.etsy.com.
And I will get some amazing yarn!
Aren't trades grand?
Apr 29, 2006
Anyhow, on a more positive note (I already started ranting...), here are some pictures of the Alchemy custom order on Etsy I just completed. I spent most of the month on it! It is the jacket the japanese girl wears in the Jim Jarmusch movie, Mystery Train.