While searching through etsy this week, I came across a truly remarkable shop and just needed to share with you today.
Cables and Bobbles make a statement in beautiful knit sweaters, mitts and hats. But when you find these gorgeous designs on ottomons, chairs and lampshades the designs pop and I, for one, am in awe!
I'm hoping you will visit BiscuitScout's etsy shop and see her fabulous work. Here is some information from her profile:
"I am a graphic designer who left the big city in search of my fortune. (Actually I just really wanted to live in the countryside.)
I have recently settled in Napier in the Overberg (near the bottom, most Southern tip of Africa) and apart from discovering the joys of no traffic and growing your own vegetables, I have had time to indulge my passion for knitting.
"It all started a long time ago when I decided to knit a cover for my ageing washing machine. I loved the result so much, that I experimented with various patterns and wools and shapes and sizes; using knitting as a functional art form. It opened up a whole world of possibilities, but back then I still had a day job and knitting took a back seat.
So when I found myself sitting on my porch staring at the cows in the valley, I decided it was time to knit in earnest. I now knit in a thoroughly contemporary way using a chunky Aran style and do winter “jerseys” for ottomans and armchairs, funky cross-shaped scatter cushions and pretty much anything that takes my fancy".
I am truley amazed at her fabulous work. I would love to cozy up in a chair covered with cables wrapped in one of her blankets, with my feet up on an ottomon while reading a good book using lighting from her light cover on a cold winters day. My idea of true bliss!
Lynn ~ Thank you so much for sharing your creative work with us today!