You're in the home stretch now! You've completed the mandala base, the mesh body, and now you're ready to finish off with the straps!
By now, you've got your mandala base finished and you are ready to start on the mesh rounds to create the body of your bag.
Just in time for all those wonderful summer farmers markets, I wanted a market bag that was mesh but had a more stable base, and I wanted it to be beautiful, so a mandala base is the key feature of this lovely bag. Made with Yarnspirations Bernat Softee Baby Cotton, the detail of the stitches is so beautifully defined. What’s better is that it only uses one skein! 🙌🏻 It works up so quickly, you’ll want one in every color 😊
When you finish a blanket only to realize you worked the stitch wrong the whole time, but it is such a wonderful texture, you go with it!
If you are considering a trip to London, today I am sharing to some travel and money-saving tips I utilize whenever I travel and what my planning process looked like for this trip.
I'm back again with the 3rd installment in my London trip series, talking about some shopping spots and other places farther from London that if you have more time, have a lot to offer as well in the way of history and culture.
I'm back again with the second installment in my London trip series, this time to tell you all about the food! From having High Tea (I'm a born tea lover, so of course this was a given while in England), to local eateries and icons, to our first Michelin star dining experience, London did not disappoint.
Time to add some of the wanderlust element to the blog! Today kicks off a 4 part series on our trip to London, starting today with Part 1: Sightseeing! See what we thought about some of the popular sights as well as discover some hidden gems we visited!