March 28, 2018
I can’t get enough of the unexpected colour clash of teal blue and emerald green- the pairing is rich and saturated, but also manages to look fresh at the same time. Emerald and teal works beautifully in a gender-neutral nursery against white walls and high-contrast navy accents. This not-too-cutesy nursery manages to be fun and playful, but won’t require a total overhaul as your little one grows (unless you want to steal that lamp for your living room… I think I would).
Loving this colour combo?
Check out this post for more tips on bringing teal and emerald into the rest of your space.
PS. Our Emerald Squares Quilt in teal blue and emerald green is available in small and large sizes, and can be used as a playmat, blanket or wallhanging. Shop the collection here!
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November 03, 2019
November 01, 2019
This month I was featured in an article by Chatelaine Magazine on bringing punch needle into your home décor. The article touches on the current trend of punch needle, its history, and profiles a number of talented punch needle artists selling patterns, supplies, and finished work. Writer Iris Benaroia interviewed me for the article and included a great little write-up of me and my work. I love the quote she included of me describing punch needle as “the least frustrating craft I’ve ever tried”. Perfectly summed up!
October 05, 2019
Today I’m sharing a free pattern with you: my punch needle grapefruit! This is one of the first things I made with my punch needle and is a great project for beginners.
When you’re done punching your grapefruit you could turn it into a stuffie like I did (‘cause who doesn’t need a plush grapefruit to snuggle with?) or fill in the background and turn it into a wall-hanging.