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
My latest collection is named ` P L A Y `. My inspiration come from the beautiful Japanese kimono and obis. I have used their pretty colors combinations and translated them into my weavings. I used to visit Tokyo several times during my years working as a fashion designer. I fell totally in love with that city. Arriving in Tokyo was like entering another world.
The other part of the collection is kept in creme and blue hues. I found the pretty dip dyed wool in the town where I was born, Haderslev in the south of Denmark. I saved it for this special project. Still the Japanese kimono´s and obi´s are my inspiration. I like how the thin wool yarn and the bulky wool roving go hand in hand..
oh so blue wall art featured in the September issue of Danish interior magazine Boligmagasinet. #tak
Once in a while I spend time re-decoration my son´s room. I love to mix & match homemade, vintage and new decor in his nusery. I collect all his drawings in a big book. When i re-decorate I look through the book and find new things for his wall. My favorite drawing is the paper doll with the checked shirt and a big tag, saying ´i love dad`…
Summer, we are ready, where are you? I spoke with my family in Denmark this morning, and they told me about the wonderful weather they have in Denmark these days. Hmmm, what can I say – no sign of Summer here yet.! But Summer will be here soon, I´m sure. We are definitely ready! You can still order my one of a kind wall hangings or those cute handmade name hearts through my website or write me a mail at email@example.com
One of the best things about working for myself, is that I can decide on my own about the colors, the fabrics, mood, shapes and sizes. No compromises. #followyourheart
I don´t think I ever shared with you my favorite wall hanging. I kept it in creme wool, with a hint of dusty rose. In the wool I mixed a thin brass metal thread, it gave the piece an arty feel. I sold it to a beautiful getaway in Scotland, named Killiehuntly Farmhouse. I can´t wait to go there this Spring to visit this unique place and to explore the wild nature…
Another custom order on its way to her new home.. Take good care darling..