Friday, October 31, 2014

wood & wool midi skirt pattern

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A feminine midi skirt for fall and winter!

Besides the Dutch pattern, the wood & wool midi skirt pattern is now also available in ENGLISH.

In 2008 I designed a striped midi skirt. The skirt was almost as popular as the star boots...
Last week I made a new woolen skirt in grey. It's warm and very comfortable to wear.

A few balls of wool, a hook and a couple of 'crochet days' is all you need to make the midi skirt. It's a fun fall fashion project!


PS: for all Dutch readers. Het patroon is ook verkrijgbaar in het Nederlands ;)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

wood & wool midi rok patroon

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Een heerlijke midi rok voor de herfst en winter!

Het nederlandse PATROON van de wood & wool midi rok is nu verkrijgbaar in mijn Etsy shop.

In 2008 ontwierp ik een gestreepte midi rok. De rok werd bijna net zo populair als de laarzen.

Afgelopen week maakte ik een nieuwe rok voor de winter, deze keer van een iets dikkere wol in het grijs.

PS for all non Dutch:
The ENGLISH pattern is now available too!

when the ginkgo leaves turn bright yellow

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Oh how I love this time of year, when the ginkgo leaves turn bright yellow.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

confetti tree

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A festive version of the wood & wool x-mas tree: confetti tree!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

no more cold feet

wood & wool harlequin rug pattern

I've made this harlequin rug with homemade fabric yarn, using piles of old T-shirts of me and my family (with their approval). It's cheap, although I have to admit it's a lot of cutting.

It's a lovely do-it-yourself autumn project.

If you want to make this bedside rug for your home, all you need is a hook size 12 and a huge pile of old T-shirt or about 2000 grams of fabric yarn.

Eversince I made my first harlequin rug, I get lots of questions about the pattern, so the 10-page PATTERN of this harlequin rug is now available in my Etsy shop!

No more cold feet when you step out of bed.

bedroom boucherouite

Thursday, October 23, 2014

my farmer's bag

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Madly in love with My Farmer's Bag, [de]signed by Nathalie Lété.