April 17, 2018
Perhaps it’s the fact that we’re emerging from months of gray skies and white landscapes, but I'm loving saturated yellow hues this spring. I spotted this sunny yellow sofa on Pinterest the other day, and thought it would be the perfect intensity to pair wth my coral star quilt in shades of peach, pink and the darkest navy blue. If you’re not quite sure you can commit to this much yellow, try the shade in accessories like throw pillows, display bowls or small furniture pieces. Yellow pairs especially well with pink and cream, neutrals like grey and navy, and looks beautiful with natural woods and shiny gold accents.
Coral Star Quilt | Yellow Sofa | Pillows- here, here and here | Floor Lamp | Area Rug | Coffee Table | Sheepskin | Arm Chair | Llama Pillow | Gray Poufs
Are you crushing on yellow too? Check out these links from around the web:
1. 2018 Room Color Trends: Lavender and Mustard Yellow
2. A whole bunch of ways to incorporate yellow into any any space
3. Is Gen Z yellow the new millennial pink?
4. How to use mustard yellow at home like a pro
P.S. Our yellow geese quilt promises endless sunshine with its shades of ochre, mustard and banana yellow, and is backed in the softest slate gray cotton-linen. Looking for more colourful textiles that can be used as bedcovers, throw quilts or wallhangings? Shop our collection here.
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January 13, 2020
January 09, 2020
To kick off 2020, I’m sharing my punch needle evergreen pattern with you! When you're done stitching your tree you can turn it into a stuffy like I did, or fill in the background and turn it into a wall-hanging. This beginner pattern is great for using up yarn scraps, and is a fun addition to your winter decor now that the holidays are over.
November 24, 2019
Back in August, an editor at the U.K. magazine Mollie Makes emailed me to ask if I would be interested in designing and making a trio of punch needle animal stuffies for their December 2019 cover. I’ll admit I was intimidated- the deadline was tight considering my kids were still home with me for summer break, and I had more than a bit of performance anxiety (what if they’re just “meh” about the final product?).