I’m back in the world of weaving and creating and I couldn’t be more happy :). This one is a new version of my all time favorite. You can find my all time fave if you go to my instagram account and find my WEAVING story folder. look for the_ohsoblue_journal
I dream of sorbet ice cream today. But instead of eating ice cream, I made a beautiful wall cover in pretty sorbet colors. Working with spun and unspun wool gives the wall hanging a new edge, I like this kinda edge.
I really like the feel of this beauty. Neutral colors matched with copper and nude leather string.
One year ago I never thought roving would be such an important ingredient in my every day life. I learned a lot the past year, lots of ups and downs – but I still know, with my passion and love for weaving, I will succeed – thanks for all your support, I couldn´t do it without you! #followyourheart
Hi there dear friends, I want to share with you my master piece of the collection. I´m so excited about this wall art. I´ve used my favorite colors, creme and nude. I discovered a new wool roving supplier last week, located only 15 minus from my house @adelaidewalker had the biggest selection of wool roving i ever saw! I found the beautiful drift wood stick when I visited Lakeland earlier this Summer, I believe it just completes the piece.
For my new Winter 2015 collection H O R I Z O N I’m inspired by the Nordic scenery. The cool melancholic beauty. Color wise, I work with creme and black colors, matched with beautiful melanges and a hint of mustard and nude. In every piece I play with MEGA braidings, just for the fun of it. To finish every wall art I use drift wood and leather string. Stay tuned for more…
That B R O O K L Y N wall needs a piece of art! Congratulations @ylimetnasnav you are the winner of my wall art competition! I have chosen exactly the colors you were asking for!!! Please contact me by mail for further details!
I´m in a creme mood today! What kind of mood are you in? ❤️
A roving is a long bundle of fiber. Roving´s are produced during the process of making spun yarn from wool, raw cotton or other fibres. Their main use is as fibre prepared for spinning, but they may also be used for specialised kinds of knitting or other textile arts. I use them for weaving!