Category Archives: Events

Pride socks available now

Pride socks have reached the warehouse and ready to ship!

Listings available on:
Etsy
– H3 Hab Bazaar
and of course by messaging me to use PayPal.

$14 includes shipping; get in touch about ordering in bulk or getting custom stuff done.

These socks are long, soft, and as always, machine washable. They are quite stretchy, too.

About 80 were shipped to the warehouse, and 30 have already sold.


Previous version plain rainbow socks are also available on all the above platforms, if interested.

Rainbow socks

Brewery patches and sarong!

Last month, I had the opportunity to not only attend Brews on the Beach, a great beer festival on the beach, but I also had the opportunity to help out the brewery that organized the event, Craft Head. I don’t mean helping out by just “helping drink beer” but also by producing some patches and a sarong for them.

The 3 patches came out great. I made sure to wear one on a shirt for the event. Still need to get my hands on the other to put on a shirt…. I think I even have the right shirt in mind…. (hint: it already has Big Lebowski patches on it….)

The Sarongs came out awesome! The designer, Sean, did a great job. Will need to make my way back to the bar to get one of those as well. I’m not sure how I will include it when I am wearing my overalls, but I will find a way.

The beer fest itself was just awesome! An open area literally right next to the sand of a beach. Lots of great breweries were in attendance, including some favorites like Jing-A, Paper Planes, etc. It was a buy-a-ticket for all you can drink per session. We did the last 2 sessions on Saturday, and then hung out with the crowd on Sunday before catching the bus ride home.

Brews on the beach, facing away from the water

Red Dress Run – GZ

29902704232_c0e6941bc5_nI got a chance to join Guangzhou hash for their 1400th run* the other week. Was fun! Shekou H3 also joined in for the festivities.

I traveled to GZ a day ahead to go to a sportswear mall with some of the haberdashers.

Saturday afternoon, we met at the hash bar: the Mango Bar in the middle of town. Once there, everyone donned their fabulous clothing, and a few people even bought some sexy socks from me. There were enough people that we needed 2 buses. The 2nd bus ran a bit late, and we felt a bit funny standing around in dresses, and had to grab a cab anyway.

It was a run through the mountains, which was all the more fun in a cheap red thing I had bought from the states. a dress is fine, but the material was clearly not meant for running in. Although it would have been fun to stay in my red for the circle after, I felt way too gross, and uncomfortable.

unnamedI always love to see folk wear socks i helped get made, even when if it is better for them to cut out the feet…