Made a coily door mat for the balcony. It's the same technique as the spring bag but here you keep it flat.
I love concrete but concrete doesn't love me back.
I've had such a hard time trying to get the concrete to do what I want. Oh, well the end result a bit battered but still kind of nice. A 2 in 1 for both tea lights and candles.
My raindrops finally dried and I could finish this months monthly makers challenge "miniature". Quite happy with these little clouds but they were very hard to photograph.
I can make most thing with my hands, but making raindrops was quite a challenge. I need them for a project I'm working on so I really hope they stay this way.
Making my own rain, huh, ok I'll say it. I'm quite proud.
I've had these corks lying around for ages. Always thought I'd be able to use it someday. Cutting the cork was not as difficult as I thought. It does help to soak it if it crumbles too much. If you like this set you may also like the http://heltenkeltkomplicerat.weebly.com/blog/wooden-jewelry I made some weeks ago.
I´m on holiday and had to bring something to do on the flight. Not knitting needles of course as airport security consider them dangerous weapons. A crochet hook was okay however so I had a chance to make this potholder.
Made this 2 in 1 bag awhile ago. It's a tote that easily converts into a clutch.... or the other way around. Used it today on my city outing and was surprised what a good size tote it actually is. I've already used it as a clutch and love the look of it. As alway.....smart, simple and easy to make!
As I love knitting and the satisfaction of actually making something yourself instead of buying it, I'm well pleased with my new headband. Just in time for my ski-holiday as well. yay!
This is an easy pattern, good beginner project. Try it!