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This paper heart mobile is just about the easiest mobile you could make and turns out so very pretty! A great make for Valentine's Day decorating or a sweetly simple nursery mobile ♥
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Last Christmas I started a project that I vowed to finish this year – a felt garland to hang in our home for Christmas. I was inspired by Dickens “A Christmas Carol” – Growing up, we’d watch the movie before Christmas and what always stood out for me (what symbolized Christmas) was the beautiful scenes in Nephew Fred’s home during the holidays. I have images of green garlands hanging throughout his home – colour, sparking silver, family, carols. It was warm and inviting. (You may have also no...
Have you ever noticed when you learn about something new and then all of a sudden, it’s everywhere? For example, a few months ago I saw a very cool picture on my mother’s Pinterest page. It showed a detail of Sashiko-style embroidery forming little crosses on one side and dashed grid lines on the reverse. A few days later Laura showed me a picture of a quilt with the same stitching on it, and then a week after that, I was in a baby store and wouldn’t you know it, a very similar quilt was on ...
Many of us would agree, I think, that seed stitch is one of knitting's most refined patterns, as elegant as Grace Kelly and as classic as argyle. But what may go a little under appreciated is the feel of seed stitch. A firm seed stitch has a wonderfully satisfying texture, like warm pebbles on a garden path or like crisp kernels on a sweet cob of corn. In the dark, I'd take a swatch of seed stitch over stockinette any day! And so I thought, why not put the feeling of seed stitch literally...