Work is slow right now while we've been doing a lot of move prep, but I'm slowly chipping away at projects for fall when I can. In the meantime, I've added a few new inspiring blogs to my regular blog reader lately, and I thought I'd compile them here in case they're new-to-you too.
Top row, from left:
My Scandinavian Home - an interior design blog. If you follow me on Pinterest you may have noticed a proliferation of pins coming from this site. The blog is run by "a London girl in Sweden" and I absolutely adore her taste. The homes she features are super inspiring.
Ein Kopp Te, Takk - this blog is written by a Norwegian master's student, Kristin (though it seems she's nearly done with her degree). You won't be able to read it unless you know Norwegian (Norwegian has two written forms, and Kristin writes in nynorsk rather than bokmål, so machine translation like Google Translate will come out even more mangled than usual). Still, her photos are gorgeous, bright and lofty, and it's kind of worth following for those alone. The name means "a cup of tea, thank you." Be sure to check out her Instagram, as well.
Bottom row, from left:
Ella Gordon - like many, I found my way to Ella's blog via Kate Davies, and I'm so glad I did. Ella's from Shetland and resides in Lerwick. She does quite a bit of hybrid knitting - machine knitting sweater bodies and hand knitting their yokes - which I find really fascinating. Her projects are always beautiful, as are her vintage finds. She works in the Jamieson & Smith shop, so perhaps we'll cross paths one day when I make it to Shetland!
Paunnet - I've actually been following Anna's blog since some time last year, but it's one of my favorite sewing blogs, hands down. She lives in Italy and it's fun to follow a sewing blog with a European perspective. I think I found her blog around the same time I found Deer & Doe patterns, because she sews a lot of them. Her photography is beautiful and I love her taste in fabric.
What blogs have you been inspired by lately?
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