This yummy spring light went really well with my latest custom piece which turned out so colorful, fun and playful. 😍😍 My husband even made a rare appearance as this #macraweave is so big and heavy it needed some strong arms to hold when I photographed it for scale (swipe to see). 😉
Life is all about doing the things that that make your heart sing, so when legendary knotting badass @windychien asked her IG community for help on an installation in Las Vegas, I promptly threw my hat in the ring to be a part of this incredibly fucking cool opportunity. I mean, pairing my two passions - travel and knots - like pinch me, mkay?
Not only is Windy a knotorious artist at the top of her game, but she is also a helluva nice human [ with some fuckin epic Spotify mixes, I might add ]. Thank you choosing me to assist you, and for your wisdom and dope attitude, Windy, it was an absolute honour to work alongside you and help you bring your vision to life.
Coming down from a hilarious weekend away with these babes to celebrate the launch of the Adore Gift guide 🙌🏼
From getting stuck in elevators in just my robe 🤦🏼♀️ to having to wear minion bandaids across my nips, to sitting up in bed eating diner kebabs at 1am chatting about all things life, motherhood & biz.
It’s a treasured thing to meet women who you truly connect and resonate with & after this weekend I know I’ve got some powerhouses in my corner 🙌🏼🙏🏼
Thank you @misskyreeloves for creating a place where women from across the country could meet and flourish 🌼
I’ll pop the Adore Christmas gift guide link in my bio for you to check out and shop!
Op woensdag 13 en 20 november organiseer ik een macramé workshop in Scheemda.
Onder het genot van een hapje en drankje leer je de basistechnieken voor het maken van een wandhanger (zie foto).
De kosten hiervan bedragen €39,50.
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My newest macramé creation is now up on the wall and I love it 💛🌸
19227 October, 2019
I'm calling this one 'Snowflake'. It's an engagement present for friends who live and work in the Snowy Mountains ❄. When I start on a wall hanging I usually have the people I'm making it for in mind, so I like it to fit their lifestyle and/or personalities. Most times I have a clear picture of how I want the piece to look, but actually being able to achieve that look is a whole other matter with my limited knowledge and skills. I don't use a pattern or a graph so basically I fiddle, I quite often knot undo, knot undo until I get the pattern I'm trying to create to work. It's all a learning curve for me and I'm really enjoying the process of learning new techniques and honing my skills.