NaturePosted by AudB 09 Jun, 2018 20:39:46
One of the
things many of us long the most for after the winter, is to see the trees turn
green again, and all the leaves moving in the wind. Some of them different in
shape, but still they have a lot in common. Like the line in the middle, and
Shrug Leaf is obvious inspired of leaves. Each of the main parts has the line
in the middle, and a tip. The main parts are knitted, and then they are
assembled by crocheting. The crocheted part gives a little space and air
between each leaf.
is fun to make, and very comfortable to wear.
NaturePosted by AudB 29 Jul, 2017 22:18:07
should have a beach like this nearby. A quiet, nice place, where it is possible
to find peace. Where the colours are bright, and the sound of the
waves is soft.
There is a
lot of ways to bring a piece of a favorite place with you. Photos and pictures
are the most common way, even though every person finds their own way. Why not
crochet something which reminds you of the place?
beach gave inspiration to the blanket waves. First it was the colours. The beautiful combination of greyish sand,
blue water and some spots of white. Then this crochet technique made it
possible to strengthen the expression of waves, by using three colours alternately, and with the curved shape.
A piece of the beach, to bring everywhere you like.
NaturePosted by AudB 08 Jul, 2017 07:36:06
the inspiration in a design is obvious, and easy to recognize in a finished
product. Sometime one will have to take a closer look to find the link between
Here is one
example on the first. The jacket Granite is inspired by the rocks along the
seaside in the northern part of Norway. Both the colour and the texture are easy to recognize. The grey and white mixed
together in the squares, reminds of granite, at least the grey variant. The use
of garter makes texture, which
put one’s mind to the round shape of the rocks.
has been a source for inspiration at all times, and still it inspires new
designs and new people. It seems to always be something to inspire someone. Like
a day to day wonder.