June 30, 2012
June 28, 2012
Almost holiday :^)
At the end of the school year, the children of the nursery school right in front of my house get permission to play in the street all day long; so I hung out the window for a while and pushed the button :^)
June 22, 2012
I wonder how this cute succulent will evolve and whether it will grow big, what its name is suggesting, I hope so :^)
Have a nice weekend all!
Labels: flowers and vases, plants
June 21, 2012
knot thread stitch
the newly released crafts book by Lisa Solomon was in my mailbox the other day :^)
as you can see, there are a few pictures included from the 'Wormhole' series, as well as the 'Sea' series, and you have probably also recognized the beautiful embroidery of Takashi Iwasaki.
More info about the book and list of contributors here.
June 16, 2012
I found this fabric design in a book about gardens, it was printed for Turnbull & Stockdale in the late twenties;
you'd almost want to get back into your childhood, looking at these :^)
Lots of new stuff at knots, including some mobiles and potholders!
Flora. Gardens and plants in art and literature.
Happy Weekend all!
June 14, 2012
mobile sculptures by Robert Breer.
I went to see some of Breer's experimental films yesterday night. You can find some on youtube, I love this one, and this one and this one is about the retrospective at Museum Tinguely.
Actually, I love them all :)
First & bottom pic are mine.
( I need more sun :)
June 08, 2012
The plants on the terrace got a real boost, despite the bad weather
from last week; many of them started blooming and the Fatsia Japonica
has doubled in size since early April!
But actually I wanted to show you the basil trick I've learned from
you've probably experienced that when you've bought a nice bunch
of basil at the greengrocer, the plant dies after some time, even
when you've put him in a larger pot; that is because to many seedlings
are put together and have no place to grow, and you will damage the
sprouts by tearing them apart,
squeeze a few tips before you eat it all and put them in water,
they start rooting after a week or two and then you can plant them
in the soil, and that's it,
only have to wait for the plant to grow :)
I usually put 3 in one pot.
Have a nice weekend!
June 01, 2012
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