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Keeping a Mole in the House

I didn’t know this was a mole until I sewed the different pieces together and saw what it was. It’s a mole (mullvad), with moleskine! I didn’t know it was a girl until I named her Molly at flickr, and didn’t know Foxy was a girl either until the she was flickered (uploaded to Flickr). […]

Dia de los Muertos 2005

Los Dias de los Muertos is the Day of the Dead in Mexico. I just found out about it through CraftyPod interview with Crafty Chica Kathy Cano Murillo talking about Dia de los Muertos, a crafty holiday! Related PostsLa Catrina dances in Sweden Christmas coming up… On Midsummer’s Eve

Baby Ruth the rabbit

This is not a post about Babe Ruth even though I’ve heard of him and named my crocheted little friend after him. So go away yee baseball fans! I don’t think this is what you’re looking for: Related PostsCotton time when joining the ripple craze Rag Rug | Layers of fabric All about Amigurumi

Prisms from sunshine

It’s snowing outside right now, and have been doing that since yesterday. I really want to crochet this, any ideas on how? Pattern please! Winter is here to stay I guess – I need to go back to autumn times (September 20th) and enjoy a day when the light came through my window. At least […]

Random about iHanna

Sweat Pea-Kate have made a list of 2o random things about her, and she tagged me to do one too. So if you wanna know 20 random things about me, keep reading… 20 random things about iHanna 1. I like microwave popcorn more than I like ordinary popcorn 2. I’ve had a homepage since 1997 […]

Foxy friend

This is my new foxy friend, miss Foxy, crocheted by me. Miss Foxy is inspired nose-wise by Camilla Engman’s beautiful crocheted creatures but also by Melissa’s rich and various amigurumis, two very professional girls! Miss Foxy is her very own, with a foxy tail and a pinkish nose sniffing for friends in the world. Crocheting […]

A for August Strindberg, the poet

A man with a so-called character is often a simple piece of mechanism; he has often only one point of view for the extremely complicated relationships of life. /August Strindberg Page from my art journal with the writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) in focus, who some of us love and some of us hate. He is […]

Cheeky but cute

My friend Ellinor has started a kind of craft club, so this week we’ve had fika and a general craft night together. The only one not crafting, but asking for lots of attention, was the dog, Haddock. He licked my arm, whined and jumped around when ever I talked to him. Cheeky but cute. I […]

Carving a stamp

Studio Friday: Invented tool. My hand carved stamp! Way back in February this year I was dreaming of carving my own stamp. It looked like real fun. A while after I bought myself a red little tool and a small piece of linoleum in an artist store, but it was not until after the summer […]

On the armrest of the sofa

I’m always thinking about creating. My future starts when I wake up every morning. Every day I find something creative to do with my life. /Miles Davis I’m painting, gluing, sewing, cutting, knitting, crocheting, thinking, writing, taking photos, cleaning, organizing, reading, drawing, collecting, sorting – and messing the whole house up. And sometimes I just […]

Nalle-Bob has left the building

The story of Nalle-Bob started when Robin was born. When Felix parents saw Robin they put a home crocheted bear on the wish list for their unborn child, one made by aunt Hanna of course. So this summer, while in France, a blue bear was crocheted. My first commissioned work I think. He has been […]

The path to follow

The theme from Studio Friday today is Lost and found. There is only on thing that I constantly keep loosing and then finding again, and that is the high thoughts of my own value. It is such a beautiful thing, and yet so difficult to remember. In Sweden anything you say about yourself is considered […]