I just realized I write about other European cities but I hardly post about my home, my Prague. It’s ironic because Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe or maybe even in the whole world. I can … Continue reading
When it comes to clothes and shoes, I believe in love at first sight. The first time I saw a photo of Flutter by Papercut Patterns, I knew it had to be in my wardrobe. It was 8:30 in the … Continue reading
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I made a Laurel for my friend Floe as a gift on her birthday which she celebrated in Slovenia with us almost two months ago. I only had one afternoon to finish it before our flight the next day. The … Continue reading
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I have a few scraps of this fabric from a Laurel I’m making for a friend. I hate tossing things when they can still be useful so I turned them into a belt. It’s similar to this bow belt I … Continue reading
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It’s a nice surprise that this weekend has been so warm. It was snowing just a few days ago it seemed spring had no plans of showing up just yet. But it did come in a blaze of glory and … Continue reading
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You’d think that after almost ten years living in the Czech Republic I would already be immune to snow and its charm but no, I’m still like a kid who would wait and wait some more for the first snowfall … Continue reading
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Da Emanuel As part of my birthday weekend, my husband took me to Da Emanuel yesterday for lunch. It’s an Italian restaurant owned by Czech celebrity chef Emanuel Ridi. Apparently, my mother in law watches his TV show which made … Continue reading
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Today I’m going to deviate from my usual talk of sewing, cooking and traveling to write about a restaurant. Not just any restaurant but one of my favorites here in Prague. It’s called “Osteria Da Clara.” It all started with … Continue reading
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Preschool teaching isn’t a walk in the park. It’s more like a trip to the jungle that leaves me spent and exhausted four days a week. It does have its compensations such as never having a shortage of funny … Continue reading