From the Editor…
As the cool weather and rain set it, there’s nothing better than snuggling up with a book and a cup of tea, or a craft project to enjoy the indoors, so it’s a craft-heavy issue this Autumn. Stay indoors and make some egg cosies or hot water bottle covers in our craft section, or turn worn-out secondhand furniture into something sumptuous.
Do as the hedgehogs do and hibernate in your nest and squirrel away yummy treats for chilly days, like our apple and raspberry muffins (get the recipe). If the cold gets too much it’s a great time to go holidaying too, and we’re featuring Thailand this issue.
The cosy colours of tabby cats and autumn leaves are our inspiration this season, so put the kettle on and get snuggly!
Stay indoors and make some tea cosies and hot water bottle covers in our Autumn crafts section. READ ARTICLE
Hard rubbish is a suburban treasure trove of potentially adorable pieces of furniture just waiting to be adopted! Turn shabby hard rubbish into a cute centrepiece with a little help from TW’s (and probably more from Bunnings). READ ARTICLE
Explore the beaches and beauty of the land of smiles! READ ARTICLE
What it’s like to like in “paradise” day-to-day where you ride mopeds to work and eat moo-pings for breakfast. READ ARTICLE
Justine Wahlin is a Sydney-based Singer-songwriter with a distinctive voice and soothing style that will have you tapping your feet while reminiscing about past lovers. Inspired by country, Americana and folk traditions, Justine plays acoustic intruments solo and sometimes in her trio “Cloubird”. Those who are fans of Patty Griffin, Jillian Welsh, Damien Jurado or Laura Marling and sure to appreciate Justine’s music. READ ARTICLE
Use yummy berries in season for a delectable stay at home breakfast! This addictive French toast recipe is dairy-free, but for dairy-fiends just replace almond milk with cow milk and Nuttelex with butter. GO TO RECIPE
Another use of Autumnal produce – fluffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside muffins – perfect for picnics in the park! GO TO RECIPE
Tea is a much loved drink in many parts of the world and may be called Britain’s national drink. While tea has been around in England for hundreds of years, it’s origins lie in Asia. READ ARTICLE
Signature piece of clothing this Autumn…
The House of Bruar’s Peter Pan Collar Coat in Claret Barleycorn – £245.00
Made from 100% wool with velvet detailing. Also available in blues and brown.