With winter right around the corner, winter pop-ups and places like Winter Wonderland opening we all get that cosy-Christmas-ey feeling inside. The only thing that does not brighten our mood is the constant darkness that we get in late autumn and early winter. Today we present you some tips and tricks on surviving the pre-winter darkness.
Staycations are getting more and more popular nowadays, mostly because they don’t require you spending a fortune and you can just relax without having any worries in the world.
With autumn getting us into our blue mood most of us start thinking about things to do and hobbies that do not require setting a foot outside your cosy home. While men get their hands onto their cars or start doing some hard core gaming women might get into arts and crafts like sewing, decoupage or knitting. Today we are happy to present you the most favourable knitting patterns for autumn 2016.
Everyone might occasionally get the question – how do you clean wool throws and blankets? Do you wash them at all? Since wool is an incredibly resilient fibre not everyone understands that it requires the gentlest handling in water and is often best left alone. Today we present you the greatest tips on cleaning wool throws and blankets.
While most of us are well aware of natural fibres such as linen, wool and cotton, the more unique ones such as merino wool are often overlooked. This natural fibre has a lot of unique qualities and benefits making it one of the greatest natural fibres you can find. The simple natural fibre, taken from Merino sheep – merino wool is fluffy in appearance, but very lightweight.
Able to retain and diffuse heat as needed because of its insulating qualities merino wool is perfect for people with sensitive skin and great for cold weather.
We would like to tlk about different types of wool. Whether you are planning an afternoon picnic at a park, an evening at a rooftop bar or simply an outdoor movie night you are bound to get cold unless you have got something warm to cover your shoulders. And what better thing is there to keep your shoulders warm then a cosy wool throw?
With these chilly summer afternoons most of us start looking for new ways to keep ourselves warm. With warm water bottles and wool socks quickly going out of style one of the best ways to stay warm is a cosy wool throw or a blanket. With the huge variety of throws to choose from it might be a challenge to find the one that is just perfect for you. Today we are going to answer two questions: what is mohair throw and what is cashmere throw. Read on to find out the unique qualities of these two fibres.
With sun shining more and more every day we can finally start celebrating summer the way we are supposed to. And what better way to celebrate summer than having a cosy little picnic at the park. Today we have prepared a list of great tips for things you’ll need to take and places you must visit to make your picnic unique and fun.
With wool getting more and more popular and used for different types of products every day it is just the perfect time to find out more about the different types of it. While mohair is one of the most beloved fibres in the world there is still very little known about this unique type of wool. Today we are ready to introduce you the tree things you probably didn’t know about mohair.
While summer is getting closer and closer every day the weather surely is playing tricks on us making us wear lightweight dresses one day and warm jackets the other one. With weather getting warm most of us start thinking about throwing our warm clothes and sheets into the darkest corners of our closets.