A lot of awesome hexagon blankets have been coming up on my Instagram feed lately so I went in search for the easiest and quickest pattern. After lots of googling I came across this awesome site which had a really simple pattern, and best of all, photos! Written patterns Continue reading Pattern Love: Hexagons→
Use these colours for a retro spin on the popular rainbow combination. These warm colours are modern, funky, and are suitable for a range of projects. Use the cream or brown as an accent on the border to make the colours pop! I’m going to turn this combination into a v stitch blanket!
We spent the day at Byron Bay last weekend. Byron Bay has a reputation for relaxed people, backpackers, and being eccentric. Home to the coolest markets ever, this place feels like a world away Continue reading Yarn Bomb: Byron Bay→
After making my nana blanket I was in desperate need for colour! Still on my 12 point ripple making spree I decided to make a blue/green blanket out of my Ice Yarn. I loved how it worked up in the previous blankets and was curious how it would look in only a Continue reading Finished: 12 point ripple 5→
I decided to make this blanket as a gift to my nana. She likes dull, muted colours and it just so happened that I had a few balls of this left. I had previously made her a striped blanket so, for some variety, thought she might like the 12 point ripple. Also I was on a bender of making these! They’re super easy and work up FAST! I try to make a Continue reading Finished: 12 point ripple 4 – Nana’s Blanket→
Using colour in creative ways can bring your work to life!
I am loving this combination right now! Greens and purples look great together, and adding the pink and parchment give the combination a boost and create depth. This versatile combination would be great for blankets, scarfs, hats, and bags for any age group. Could you imagine a baby wrapped in these gorgeous colours!