Wow! July has been and gone and I’ve not made a great deal but I really love the things I have made like my Gingham blouse. I have also seen so many great things over on Pinterest to fill me with inspiration for next month! here are some of my favourites:
Look at this cute crochet blanket, I really like the simplicity of it whilst still being bright and colourful!
I’m also loving the new Zeena dress pattern from ByHandLondon, aswell as this other new dress pattern (I think it might be Buttericks)
and what about this gorgeous cross stitch bee!
You can find these and more beautiful pins over on my Pinterest account and be sure to check out the new board I have just created filled with sewing tips!
This month has just flown by – I’ve been really busy with work but still managed to find some time to spend on Pinterest! This month I’ve pinned some gorgeous things to my inspiration boards. You should go and check them all out but here is a quick round up of some of my favourites:
I am sure everyone knows the feeling when you are inspired by a new pattern that you just have to try straight away but cant decide how to make it just right for you. Well sometimes its down to the texture of the fabric or yarn but more often than not I find myself pondering over the colour for so long! There are certain colours I return to time and time again but often I want to try something new but am unsure of how it will fit in with the colours already in my wardrobe.
I decided to create a new pinterest board to keep track of some of my favourite colour combinations so that when I cant decide what colour to do my next project I can just open it up and see what has inspired me before. Also, if I know what I want it to match I can look for colour inspiration with those combinations in!
Do you have a method of choosing what colours to create your next project in or do you always go for the same combinations? I would love to hear any tips!
Just for fun, here are some of my favourites! What are yours?
You can never go wrong with navy and mustard!
For something less in-your-face I like to think of the sea!