About

I’m Jules and I live in the stunning national capital of Australia. Canberra is where I met my love and have had my three young daughters. I live with him, and them, in a street full of friendly neighbours.

I am a mother, wife, crafter, baker, dishwasher, story reader, paper airplane builder, wound dresser, hug & kiss giver and all round mess maker.

I blog sporadically. As well as having an unhealthy fabric obsession, I am stitching and crafting obsessed. Addicted to tea. And cake. Love to cook. And eat. Despise housework. Honour second-hand. Passionate. Obstinate. Procrastinator. Not subtle. Or tactful. Earnest.

I dream of slow. Stitching and baking help me find that pace I so desire. This is my space to share crafting, food and life in general (I will save the whining for the Mr though, lucky fella he is!). Thanks for stopping by, let me know where your space is so I can come visit. We’ll have tea. And cake.

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Patti

    I love your blog and it’s name. I love how and what you write. I am chief procrastinator. I find making up my mind the hardest thing to do.

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    1. procrasticraft Post author

      Patti, thank you. You are so kind, such lovely comments always and they mean more than you can know. I just wish I could one time win a game of Words… Just one???

      Reply
  2. Mark

    Hi Jules
    Rob was my very close friend. I have known him for 21 years, initially through a small group of Sports technologists in a group we call HESTA.
    In the last few years my own business has been collaborating closely with Evan and Rob in Kinetic.
    I stayed with Rob and Kathreen a few months back and witnessed their life with the kids first hand. I watched Rob building iceboxes and chip heaters for the trip and admired his commitment to the big holiday.
    Such a loss. I am lost for words.
    Anyway, enough of me. I just thought I’d let you know that HESTA members want to help.
    I will send the bank details out for their contributions.
    When you pass it on to the kids , let them know Robs mates are thinking of them.

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    1. procrasticraft Post author

      Hi Christa, It is entirely appropriate for me – I even procrastinate on craft, if I have a quilt to make, I’ll find something to distract me – attention span of a gnat here! I look forward to meeting you in Austin.

      Reply

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