Stress Free: Minimalist Living Room Ideas - Home Tree Atlas
I believe you have to be careful when it comes to minimalist living room ideas and interior design. It can be hit or miss. You can easily end up with a bare living room that feels empty, and that’s not the goal. It needs to be a relaxing and clutter free space. It still needs …
Why you need 'hygge' in your life...and how to find it!
Heard of hygge? Denmark is consistently voted as the happiest country to live in, so what is it that they are getting right? I recently read bestselling book 'The Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country' by Helen Russell which explains how different their outlook on life can be a
How to Hygge #Infographic
Hygee (pronounced hoo-gha) is the latest Danish lifestyle trend taking the world by storm. Hygge doesn’t have a direct or literal translation but comes from the Norwegian word meaning “wellbeing”. Hygge is a concept promoting togetherness, relaxation and feeling warm, sheltered and cosy during the long and dark winters.
Inspirations et conseils déco pour un intérieur tendance et stylé
Blog de décoration et de design, proposant conseils, astuces, sélections shopping et bonnes adresses pour un intérieur tendance. Tout ce qu'il faut savoir décorer avec goût, que l'on aime le style scandinave, bohème, vintage, rétro, moderne, graphique, arty ou épuré.
Linen Wraps and Scarves
Les Embroderies. The exquisite hand-embroidered linen Sophie Digard shawls are being made for us for Spring 2021.These are totally beautiful, one-of-a-kind linen handmade wraps, shawls, and scarves.The threads and linen materials are all hand-dyed using vegetable dyes.
4kcbwday4 - Wabi Sabi
This is a Blog Week posting, Day 4 My own yarn choices: hand-dyed cotton, bamboo and cotton-bamboo mix See also A throw in progress inspired by my beaded bangles and New Yarn for more on my recent colour choice inspirations Choices for both yarn and colour is inspired by mood and texture Sources: My own, most recent Pinterest boards MadameX and Raw Rustic 4KCBWDAY4 - Colour Review SHARE THIS | TWEET THIS
Sew Illustrated - 35 Charming Fabric & Thread Designs
Use free-motion stitching and applique to embellish charming handmade gifts! Make and share 16 small projects in the popular Zakka design style, including bags, coasters, pincushions, a cosmetic roll, and a mini sewing kit. Learn how to transfer and sew any of the 35 adorable sketchesfrom inspiring quotes to sewing notionsor branch out and try sewing your own doodles, a stamped image, or a traced photo.
SALE!! Thank You Gift, Apple Coaster
SALE!! Now £3 (usually £4.50) A contemporary fabric apple coaster made using a modern mustard print fabric, a great gift to thank a special friend! I have made the coaster using a free motion applique technique which allows me to draw with my sewing machine and thread. The coaster measures approx 11cm x 11cm which is the perfect size for a glass or a cup and would look great on the teacher desk! Backed in plain mustard 100% cotton. The coaster is washable at 40 degrees so no need to worry if…
PDF Sewing Pattern Scandinavian Animal Friends | Etsy
Scandinavian Animal Friends: A PDF Sewing Pattern An octet of friends! These simple embroidered softies are animals that are all found in Scandinavia. This listing is for a PDF SEWING PATTERN to make all 8 animals. Meet the gentle Brown Bear, ever agreeable Lynx, slightly perplexed Mountain Hare, charming yet always distracted Arctic Blue Fox, sweet Red Squirrel, stern but benevolent Snowy Owl, lovingly clueless Atlantic Salmon, and forward thinking White Throated Dipper. The clean…
woebegone pines : a free sewing pattern
Woebegone pines, forlorn little trees who do not concern themselves with perfection. These trees are all about heart and the particular magic that something made by hand possesses. I’ve made you… Read More
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Finde das perfekte handgemachte Geschenk, trendige und Vintage-Kleidung, ganz besonderen Schmuck und mehr… vieles mehr.
DIY Woven Rope Basket
I'm not sure why I got so set on making a rope basket. I've never made one before. I blame Pinterest and its plethora of cool Autumn-friendly crafts which tricked my brain into thinking it was scarf-knitting time (which is ridiculous, because it was hotter last weekend than it has been all summer in the Bay Area) so I settled on a woven basket which seemed practical and not reliant on weather to use. After a bit of research, I realized that most people are going the easy smart route and…