Lea's sky scarf: April - November
My sky scarf has a new color: green! Why? Well, I'm not perfect and I needed a color to represent days that I forgot to notice the sky! I'm amazed and humbled by the fact that it's actually quite difficult to remember to look up and observe every single day. It has become a practice of cultivating presence with the sky and I'm doing my best. Rather than simply consulting the weather records and filling in the gaps with objective data, I decided I'd prefer my scarf to reflect my more…
Mobergs Utvandrarna tolkad i stygn - Kurbits - din slöjdkompis i samtiden
Ni har säkert redan sett Karin Holmbergs fantastiska broderade omslag till Vilhelm Mobergs Utvandrarna-serie? Jag vet, denna nyhet kom ju för ett tag sedan nu. Men jag kan förstås ändå inte låta bli, jag är oerhört glad över att få skriva om detta oavsett. De fyra böckerna, Utvandrarna, Invandrarna, Nybyggarna och Sista brevet till Sverige […]
...and now, the weather... - The Barefoot Crafter
Is there any chat more flurried than that of two crafters in that week between Christmas and New Years, when we have zero real life commitments to impinge on our craft time – beyond keeping the family fed and the house slightly above biohazardous choas – thus distorting our idea of exactly how much free time we usually have for crafting, and a new year
When you wear your Sky Scarf around town, someone is bound to ask you about it. And when they do, you’ll tell them it’s the story of your year, from inky black thunderstorms to clear sapphire skies. You’ll show them when summer finally began or a long white winter closed in for good. And you’ll remember how calm it made you feel to look up and appreciate the sky every day for a full year.