Rainbows are the best! This is a different take on the old traditional concept of the rainbow. The colours used are warm without being too bright, and are ideal for a range of projects. Add white or black inbetween stripes or for the border and you’ll have yourself a great coloured blanket!
I finished this one the other day and love it! Ice Yarn Dancing Baby has to be some of the most brightest yarn available. I love working with this yarn so much, you can feel the quality. I made this blanket Continue reading Finished: Blue Granny Square→
I loved working with this yarn so much! The colours are amazing and look good whichever pattern you choose. I used this yarn for my first ever corner to corner blanket and loved the effect on that as well! I’m on a granny square blitz right now so made this blanket but Continue reading Finished: Rainbow Granny Blanket→
Summer is all about sunshine and the beach! I’ve mixed blues, yellows to create this fun, happy, and bright colour mix. This colour recipe would be great for all sorts of projects but I could really see it as a ripple blanket for a baby. Add white or cream to make the colours stand out or as the border!
I love working with bright rainbow colours, anything bright and happy is awesome to me. Sometimes, however, I need to make a more manly coloured blanket. I wanted a rainbow styled blanket, but without the pinks and purples. So i put together this;
I recently found this amazing ceramic designer who makes these yarn bowls! I’ve been searching for a ceramic bowl like this for quite some time, but all I could find was international sellers and it was too risky to post. Luckily there was a stall at the local Australia Day celebrations which featured the local pottery club (http://www.goldcoastpotters.com/)
I couldn’t decide between the blue one and the sheep one, so i got both! It’s always nice to support local businesses, especially those who hand made items. Details for the amazing lady that made the bowl are below, she is located on the Gold Coast, Australia.