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Mother's Day with Natalia Emeschajmer

EDN friend, alumni and talented woodworker, Natalia (Talcia), answered some questions about motherhood and the daily rituals she has been practising during lockdown with her son, Milo, and partner, Morgan.
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Journal // At home with Gabrielle Stoddard

EDN's friend and collaborator, Gabrielle Stoddard, has given us an insight into what she's been doing during lockdown - as well as her delicious Jam Biccie recipe.
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Journal // At home with Emma Badeia

Ceramicist Emma Badeia has shared some words and images that describe her experience of lockdown in Raglan - as well as her delicious beetroot hummus recipe.
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Journal // Feeling Creative?

We have transformed one of our favourite images into a page to colour, paint, collage, glitter or embroider - get creative. 
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Journal // Titirangi House

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Journal // Can I Borrow Your Spoon?

Can I Borrow Your Spoon? is a 272-page book of paintings and writings by Rebecca Commissaris and Aaron Patzer. The book follows the artist’s 3000km  journey on the Te Araroa Trail and includes 116 paintings and texts produced over four months on the path. 
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Journal // Tui Lodge

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The Makers // Røros Tweed

Røros Tweed have been producing high-quality wool products since 1940, based on a centuries-old local crafts tradition. All products are entirely produced in Norway. Norwegian sheep are among the happiest in the World, and their wool is certified with the 'Cradle to Cradle' stamp. The company has collaborated for years with leading designers, making Røros Tweed’s beautiful blankets a great combination of creativity, and an uncompromising value on quality & functionality.
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Journal // Townhouse by Claude Megson

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Journal // Warm Weather

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Journal // The McCahon House

Everyday Needs visited the house of Colin McCahon on our most recent photoshoot. The House Museum presents a rare and unique insight into a vital and vibrant period in New Zealand’s artistic history and an opportunity to appreciate the power of McCahon's vision.
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Journal // Stationary

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