6/06/2013


• Working on an exciting new project.
• Upgrading my knitting skills. After years of knitting only simple scarfs it is time to learn some new techniques. You can follow me on Ravelry and you can find the pattern of the triangle loop here.

• No pictures of the reason this blog has been so quiet. Me and my are working very hard on our big renovation project. Preparing everything for the plasterer, painting, sanding,... We hope to move in the next month or two. Besides all this I'm also busy working on some graphic assignments, preparing packages for new stockists and next week I have a shoot with the cutest little boy. Busy busy busy, but I hope I can still find time to blog now and then. Untill soon!





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  1. Love the triangle loop! :D

    Wish you goodl luck with your renovation project! So exciting. :) :)

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  2. i NEED this hat-pattern!!!

    and your upcoming project looks so wonderful... can´t wiat to see more!

    happy renovating!

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    1. Thank you! It is actually a loop scarf and no hat but still very very pretty.

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  3. Loving the monochrome! Those prints look exciting :)

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  4. Looks so beautiful! That top image is incredibly inspiring!

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  5. Wauwwwwww die muts! Succes met je huis!

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  6. love your patterns! I am working on pattern at the moment also :)

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  7. Your projects sound great! I hope you will make it with moving house. That pattern is lovely; you definitely improved your knitting skills!

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  8. Mooie patronen! Succes met klussen en verhuizen :)

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  9. the knitting project looks very nice already :)

    hope you are soon installed in your new home*

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  10. I love the black & white illustration, hope to hear more about your new project.

    Good luck with the renovation!

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  11. I'm very impressed with the triangle loop. Lovely. I wish I could knit! Maybe it's time to learn?

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    1. Thank you Lois. It isn't that difficult to do and this pattern is easier than it looks. You should try it!

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  12. I wish I could knit as you!

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