Karen Strix
Flere idéer fra Karen
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/naima-2

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/naima-2

Ravelry: Project Gallery for GEVIR pattern by Sarah Solomon

Ravelry: Project Gallery for GEVIR pattern by Sarah Solomon

Er du også vild med den feminine stil med hulmønstre, der giver et lille kig ind til huden eller skjorten indenunder? Så er denne brede bluse med smalle ærmers sikkert lige noget for dig.

Er du også vild med den feminine stil med hulmønstre, der giver et lille kig ind til huden eller skjorten indenunder? Så er denne brede bluse med smalle ærmers sikkert lige noget for dig.

En smuk bluse som er perfekt til sommeren.

En smuk bluse som er perfekt til sommeren.

Løsthængende tunika med et feminint hulmønster, der syner let og sommerligt.

Løsthængende tunika med et feminint hulmønster, der syner let og sommerligt.

Strikkeopskrift på elegant top med lille ærme| strikket i metallic | Gratis strikkeopskrifter | Håndarbejde

Strikkeopskrift på elegant top med lille ærme| strikket i metallic | Gratis strikkeopskrifter | Håndarbejde

Ravelry: Bella pattern by Lene Holme Samsøe

Ravelry: Bella pattern by Lene Holme Samsøe

Yay summer! These lightweight crochet slippers with flip flop soles are super comfy and fun! Free crochet pattern and video tutorial!

Yay summer! These lightweight crochet slippers with flip flop soles are super comfy and fun! Free crochet pattern and video tutorial!

To increase warmth and to recycle whatever fabrics they possessed, northern farmers’ wives and daughters developed sashiko. Textile fragments were patched together with a running stitch of heavy double cotton thread. The stitching itself helped to strengthen the fabric, multiple layers increased their warmth.Sashiko was produced almost exclusively in homes for the family’s personal use. ... in the twentieth century the style of stitching became more decorative.

To increase warmth and to recycle whatever fabrics they possessed, northern farmers’ wives and daughters developed sashiko. Textile fragments were patched together with a running stitch of heavy double cotton thread. The stitching itself helped to strengthen the fabric, multiple layers increased their warmth.Sashiko was produced almost exclusively in homes for the family’s personal use. ... in the twentieth century the style of stitching became more decorative.

While travelling through Yokohama on a recent trip I stumbled across something truly amazing. I'm not normally swayed to purchase something so readily when I'm out browsing and sight-seeing, but I just couldn't resist this gorgeous find: A Boro Jacket.   I think of the wearing possibilities of this Jacket  - considering the history of the garment -...

While travelling through Yokohama on a recent trip I stumbled across something truly amazing. I'm not normally swayed to purchase something so readily when I'm out browsing and sight-seeing, but I just couldn't resist this gorgeous find: A Boro Jacket. I think of the wearing possibilities of this Jacket - considering the history of the garment -...