I’m Corrie, a twenty-something year old living in London with my boyfriend and a couple of crazy hamsters.
I studied Materials Science and Engineering at university and am now working in tourism! Go figure. I was born in Vereeniging, South Africa, and lived in Zimbabwe until I was 10, when we moved to Devon, UK. I’ve had a lot to do with Africa, and travelled a lot – hence my current occupation.
I’m a crafty person in general. Plutonium Muffins is mainly for knitting and spinning, despite the huge amount of other things that I do, but bits of real-life and other crafts do sneak in sometimes. I hope you won’t mind!
About Plutonium Muffins
The Plutonium Muffins motto is “embrace life”. The motto and website was inspired by the loss of a very dear friend, whose advice to me was always “don’t have a bad day just because someone else is”, and other such things along those lines.
In December of 2011 – after a year of mental illness and my life generally being improved in a massive way by knitting, I started the Plutonium Muffins website. The story starts here, and is on-going. I hope you follow, and enjoy.
Please do feel absolutely free to pop me a line. I am very talkative and always looking to meet new people who may teach me a bit about themselves, their craft, and the world in general.