Monday, January 26, 2015
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Is it a stained glass window?
Is it a painting?
No, it's wool on wood.
A handmade harlequin blanket stuck on wood.
You can made this multicolored blanket with wool leftovers.
It's fun to do. All harlequins are simple small projects.
You can make the blanket with all types of yarn and in any size you want.
The harlequin pattern is available HERE.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Friday, January 23, 2015
My linen work aprons on the peg when I'm not at work. The Japanese aprons are also for sale in the market shop at Villa Augustus (without hare print).
The wood & wall pegs you can find in my E T S Y shop.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Dille & Kamille (dill & chamomile) is one of my favorite Dutch concept stores.
The wonderful mix of sustainable products, all with a natural simplicity, are timeless.
It's simply impossible for me to leave the Dille & Kamille shop without buying anything.
I've bought some 100% wool balls in their shop in Rotterdam some weeks ago.
I chose the nude colors, but they are all very pretty.
Although I'm still working on the black knitted sweater dress, I started a 100% wool crochet-side-project today.
The balls were calling, from the cupboard on my desk, when I was working ;)
to be continued...
Monday, January 19, 2015
What? IFFR - International Film Festival Rotterdam, 44th edition
When? 21 January - 1 February 2015
Portrait of a Garden a film by Rosie Stapel
What's the film about?
At a centuries-old Dutch estate, a gardener and an 85-year-old pruning master work passionately and painstakingly on perfecting the fruit trees and crops. An ode to the garden and gardeners. Sowing, potting, thinning, pruning and finally reaping.
Friday 23 january 17:30 Cinerama (only press)
Saturday 24 January 12:15 Pathé Schouwburgplein in Pathé 6 (première)
Wednesday 28 January 16:45 Lantaren Venster in Lantaren 6
Preview? Portrait of a Garden
Sunday, January 18, 2015
Good thing is the blossom is blooming, the buds have already unfolded.
It often happens the tiny flowers don't open up, but just dry out.
Rosa, you did a good job and brought the perfect blossom branches!
Thanks, for a bit of spring inside the living!