Flower pin

Little flower pin sewn by Hanna Andersson

I’ve made a flower pin. Isn’t it cute? An easy and fast craft – and so fun. I will have to make a few more soon, because I have oh so many small fabric scraps that I could use.

Here are some more flowers from my parents garden this summer:


Liten humla

Lavendel luktar gott

White rose

Endast Sverige svenska krusbär hafa

I love summer, it’s just the best time to go out and snap snap snap. Colours, smells and beauty everywhere.

14 Responses

  1. That is a cute pin – I love the pearl middle!

    What I am REALLY curious about is, is what the orange berries are?

  2. ah, it is so dry here, that all our flowers are finished. I think the poor London bees must be starving.

  3. Love the little pins you have made and your flower photos are gorgeous! Can I ask what camera you use? Could you possibly E-mail me?

  4. Flotte bilder, og n?leputa var s? s?t! Fint stoff ogs?. Blomstene er nydelige. Elsker ? legge ut bilder av blomster jeg ogs

  5. Oh so lovely. Your garden must be just beautiful. And that little flower you made is an absolute delight!

  6. Thank you for all your great comments!

    Kate, the orange red-berries are krusbär! Sour and sweet at the same time, great jam and marmelad. Gooseberry in english I think. :-)

    Kristy, my camera is nikon d50, heavy to carry sometimes, but I love it so much!

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