I don’t see myself as the romantic type, but oh I just could not resist these sumptuous, girly, flower stamps. Kind of romantic aren’t they? Well, I just had to get one. And where did I get it? Find it at Sycamore Street Press. And a bunch of other nice custom made stamp variants. Like the one with arrows, the mountain, the cactus and the bear.
Below, flowery favorites.
Just can’t get enough of crochet collars. Had to buy this one. Etsy is full of them.
Above, pics from here: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Precious ones. For me.
A nice flip book, Sweet Home by Terhi Ekebokm (winner of the Napa Flipbook Competition 2011). A happy finger monkey from Knätofs.
The book Ingamaj, by Lena Sjöberg. A beautiful illustrated story about a small town woman. About visions, crushed dreams and logics of life. This little book might be my all time favorite of Lena’s books. (Ingamaj is not to be found in Lena’s shop yet).
Lucky me. Look what I’ve got. A pair of Klara’s hand knitted mittens in the most wonderful golden color – lökskal (onion peel). You would like to have them all of course. The candy mittens. Take a look at Klara’s yummy cards as well.
Tagua nut bracelet found at Aschebergsgatan 24.
I’m very glad for the positive comments about Otis, the rug. Can’t wait to show you Anna‘s amazing creations and the rest of our collections. Soon 2012!
Joseph Frank fabric “Bows”. 6 ready-made curtains / panels.
In the night when everyone is asleep I’m browsing Lauritz. This floor lamp by Jean-Louis Domecq, this clothes hanger and this doll house. But I have everything I need, really.
Works by Cilla Ramnek.
Imagne how many hours of work. The variety of materials, thumbtacks, fabric samples, paper strips, pot holders, crochets… quirky, all handmade and far from perfect, love.
Karin, a postmodern granny square blanket. Found through Kyile.
Sweden’s true pattern queen, Cilla Ramnek’s characteristic beadwork.
How can you not love this kind of manic, seemingly to no purpose-work.
A couple of more days of work before the vacation starts. Went to see the pattern artist Cilla Ramnek’s exhibition today, togheter with my colleague from KHVC. Amazing work, inspiring indeed. More in the next post. Now, good night.
Some from Ikea, made by Cilla.
By Tina/Ratzer. Makes me drool.
Love the blankets too.
A generous site. Download incredible books like this one here. First via Camilla, then via Freaky Fauna’s Tumblr.
I like the way my Tumblr it’s taking shape.
Spring news at Darling Clementine.