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Christmas wishlist - Clare Bowditch

16th December, 2010
Lucy Feagins
Thursday 16th December 2010

Clare Bowditch's Christmas wishlist!

The Christmas coveting continues today with a very special wishlist from one of Melbourne's best loved local musicians - Clare Bowditch!

I was very lucky to meet the lovely Ms B this year through the equally lovely Kat Macleod, and since then I have fallen head over heels in love with her, which I imagine is quite a regular occurence.  She is a magical mermaid type person who makes you melt into 'I can't remember what I was saying because you are so mesmerising' territory within moments of first meeting her.  I am not making this up.

Clare has been so super lovely and supportive of The Design Files this year, and GUESS WHAT!?  I will be on the ABC radio with Clare TONIGHT at about 7.30pm! True story!  Clare has been hosting a special week of commentary on ABC Local (that's 774 in Melbourne) from 7 – 10pm every night this week.  She has had some lovely guests on already and I feel very spesh to be included in there!  Thankyou Clare!

Now, onto the important stuff...

Clare Bowditch's Christmas Wishlist!

- Books - like Meet Me at Mikes new book, Sew La Tea Do or Sequins and Sequence by Kat Macleod.

- BEAUTIFUL hand-made Mud ceramics - little bowls and cups, in glorious colours like egg-shell blue... I really love them.

- Piet Hein Eek's light installation for my studio.

- A Cat Rabbit tear-drop dolly.

- Speaking of tears, a Community School from Tear Australia.

- Matching Rosette bedspread and cushions from Lazybones (I love the Charcoal and Cherry)

- A striped wrap-dress from Boom Shankar (best beach dress ever)

- A years supply of SK-II (I know, I fell for it, now I'm addicted. It's killing me...)

- Two free weeks and the keys to T2, so I could try every single flavour in every single teapot.

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