Stumbled across some awesome colour inspiration from http://www.carolinerosekaufman.com/ via Instagram this week. I think it’s going to be the palette for my next crocheted blanket! Her stuff is so mind-blowingly amazing! Advertisements
Yesterday I went hiking at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park with my love. We had a great time (albeit very challenging considering the 2 feet of snow) and I was toasty warm in my newly made scarf. I love this one because its made with Malabrigio… Read More
A couple of months ago I found out that two of my friends are pregnant. Since it was the first time for both of them, I was super excited and I wanted to make a baby blanket for each of them. I’ve only given one… Read More
Once again inspired by Pinterest I set off on a crochet journey, this time making the Sunny Spread with Noro Silk Garden Lite no 2037. The solid colour is a Sandnes Garn Smart wool which I loved but unfortunately ran out of so I had… Read More
I am selling some of my Polaroid photographs in my Etsy shop. If you’re interested, you can find them here: http://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/rubyandwren
One of my current wip’s is also probably one of my all time favourites. After about 20 years of crocheting I’m finally making a Granny Square throw! I’ve never been a big fan of the granny square but I was inspired by this great mostly… Read More
I was finally able to finish one of my many works-in-progress this week! I am so totally obsessed with Noro wool lately – it’s just so beautiful and I love the way it looks mixed with a solid colour. I made this cushion cover using a modified version of a chevron cowl pattern that I bought on Etsy. The wool I used was Noro 341 (it took 4.5 skeins) alternated with some other wool that I had in my stash. It was a great way to use up some small amounts that I’ve had lying around for years!