Wednesday, August 29, 2012


We're going to redecorate. Going to buy a new couch, changing things up, making a new home for us both :-)
Tomorrow I'll share the crochet pattern, it's so cute and easy!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


A little peek in my house.
I love these colors and fonts. The jacket is a very easy pattern, I'm sure you can also make it! Yay! Would you like me to put up a link of the pattern from Yarny Days?

Monday, August 27, 2012


One of my favorite food blogs is called Sprouted Kitchen. The blog is made by Sara en Hugh. She cooks and he makes the most beautiful photo's of the dishes.
I just saw the trailer of their cookbook, makes me hungry!

And here are my favorite recipes from the Sprouted Kitchen blog:
- Caramelized cauliflower soup
- Crusted butternut squash
- Asian Ahi salad
- Blackbean and butternut soup

Sunday, August 26, 2012


My head is still in Sweden. Photo's taken with our Diana F mini camera. I <3 this double exposure!

Saturday, August 25, 2012


How cute is this blanket. I didn't make it, i just really love it. It's from Muita Ihania's blog. <3 I don't understand a word she writes but she makes some beautiful things. I have seen it on pinterest, but then i aslo saw it on Meet me at Mikes so i guess that made it official :-)
I also wanted a beautiful granny blanket like hers, so i started making one. This is my stash so far. Not that impressive heh? 
Would you like me to make you a granny square tutorial?

Friday, August 24, 2012

BABY BLANKET (tutorial)

This is what I'm working on. Well this and another blanket... And that is something for someone who doesn't like big projects. (so i started TWO big projects... something went wrong there...)
I saw my friend Marlous crochet a beautiful baby blanket to give to a friend. It looked difficult, but when she explained it to me it turned out it's super easy! So i decided to make one myself.
Here's the pattern for you!
Grey part:
Chain a multiple of 4. Make this chain as wide as you want the blanket to be. (I went a bit too large...)
Now ch 3 (this will count as the first dc) and dc2. Ch 1, dc3. Repeat the ch1, dc3 part till you're at the end. Fasten off.

Green part:
Attach the new yarn. ch3 and then sc in the grey ch 1 part. (as you can see you're sticking the needle between the grey clusters) Repeat till the end and fasten off.

And then you repeat these 2 rows untill the blanket is at your desired length.
I'm just halfway... so i started a new project. More soon! :-)