Transition: from here to there


Without any warning whatsoever, the platform I previously used for my blog, Splinder, just shut down. In addition, it’s impossible for me to log in and recover data.  What a pity!  I’ve been using Splinder for more than 8 years thus creating encyclopedic archives useful for anyone interested in recycling.

So I’ve transferred to WordPress.  It will take me awhile to get use to the new format so please be indulgent.

van der ham fashion, via http://blog.artsthread.com/2009/12/the-clash-of-decades-fashion-by-michael-van-der-ham/ The clash of decades: fashion by Michael van der Ham

Sustainable fashionSustainable fashion chic + My own spin at the drop-crotch DIY + Clothes made from neckties + Mandinka re-sews reclaimed & recycled suit coats.

Sabrina Dehoff, scarf attire + Romantic dressing #2 + Technically Speaking, sleeveless dress pattern.

costumes by dechirico, via http://bodiestoclothe.blogspot.com/2010/09/giorgio-de-chirico.htmlGiorgio De Chirico

Adhesif Throws an Eco-Glamourous 1950s Tea Party for Socialites.

tide dress for an issue of Virgine Magazine., via http://whatthecool.com/post/3485345962/dresses-made-from-popular-consumer-goods/ Dresses made from popular consumer goods

Recycled fashionpaper, tulle, dresses + Candy wrapper belt tutorial + scroll down to see a vest made of combs.

Fashion-able. Hacktivism and engaged fashion design.

There is no exquisite beauty, without some strangeness in the proportion…SANS.

EmbroideryTime to Play!

Gunta Stolzl textiles.

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10 Responses to Transition: from here to there

  1. Hazel Terry says:

    aaarrggghhh I loved your old blog and used it often! I wonder if it is a blip and will come back. Anyway . . . looking forward to your new research and work X

  2. Tecu'Mish says:

    So sorry that was done to you!
    Tecu’Mish

  3. bobbi s. says:

    i will follow you … wherever you go! i am SO sorry about the loss of your archives, though. yes, you have discovered and shared an incredible amount of delicious and useful information. perhaps you will be able to recover at some point? fingers crossed!

  4. Rose says:

    Terrible!! As with so many things in life it’s all about rolling with the punches. You’ll get back on top of your game!!

  5. audrey mucci says:

    Here you are! I love your blog and couldn’t figure out what happened to it. I hope you can get back what you lost.

  6. eyesnacks says:

    Now I know why I couldn’t find you..I thought it was my computer. What a loss you had so much interesting items on that blog ! I’m so sorry for you but I have still your link on my blog and I have to change it to this one.

  7. Trina Lyn says:

    Hi, long time reader first time poster.
    I remember your original blog very well and all the good information that was provided there. Love your recycling aesthetics ❤ Just wanted to let you or anyone else know that you can still access some of your original posts via the Way Back Machine. A lot of the photos are missing but the texts and links still remain. Anyways sorry that happened, I love what you've covered since too!

    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://housewife.splinder.com/

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