As I reflect on this year and absorb world news more than I have ever done before, I have come to the conclusion that we would all be better off if we live our lives more simply and more creatively. Here is my little knitted heart for you to make the connection, use it to store the love that has gone into your wreath.
There are still plenty of places available for the workshops taking place in 2014. Find out more about what you can make for yourself or as a gift for a loved one, or just brush up on your sewing skills.
Hygge is a way of life in harmony with nature. We should rejoice in the beauty of nature. Look up from the ground to the sky. Be closer to nature. Slow life’s pace and admire what’s around; the clouds, a sunrise, a sunset, a rainbow.
Hygge is about intentional living. Those of you know me, know I like to cook and eat. This year our garden produce has enabled me to intentionally connect with it’s yield. I have been more mindful during kitchen preparation, cooking, and eating and it’s meant so much more.
This cushion is named after the lady that gave me the wool I used. It was many, many years ago and vintage at the time, so super vintage now! I’d almost forgotten about it so it was a nice surprise when it was unearthed.
When I was thinking about all things Winter I looked at my Cicely Mary Barker Flower Fairy book and I came across the The Horse Chestnut Fairy…
The penultimate day of the KAL and I’d like to recommend to you two cute, ‘dipping into and out of’ books. When you are feeling in need of some coziness they are a good reference point.