Monday, April 8, 2019
Spicy stripes for the curtain in the dormer window on our sloping attic room.
A good crochet project to use the colored wool from marrakech, in very easy filet-crochet harlequin pattern. I started it some weeks ago, not knowing what it would be.
Well, in the end it's a 'crocheted curtain anno 2019' and obviously it was not exactly fitting the window size. Do you see the subtle line? I subsequently made it a little bit longer. That's what I like about handmade; never perfect...
The colorful crochet fabric is made horizontal, but I preferred to hang it vertically.
In our (almost) all-white attic bedroom it's okay to use some colour.
I am thrilled with how serene this space turned out with the filtered light. Great atmosphere!
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 10:23 PM
Labels: attic, attic bedroom, crochet, crochet project, curtains, dormer window, handmade, harlequin, harlequin pattern, home, interior, interior design, moroccan wool, pineapple, spring, striped, stripes, white & colors
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