20.1.09



The kids has climate theme in shcool this week and have emptied our store with saved and found plastic, metall and textile pieces. Their mission – build new of old. Looking forward to see what the week will bring.

This new of old, sellout sign hanged in a store window in Copenhagen a couple of years ago.

If I could knit I would knit this Norweigan Deer sweater, pattern by Bohemian Girl.

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10 comments:

Marie-Louise said...

När jag tittade jättesnabbt såg det ut som uppsala - Åh, hann jag tänka, hon är i stan, vad kul, kanske vi kan ses...

Milk tea said...

Girly and sweet!
Nice photo!

karin said...

good looking window with the lamps and the letters.

Camilla Engman said...

fint fint, härliga färger...beige och rosa

Harriet said...

what a very very beautiful blog you have!

Harriet

Alexandra Hedberg said...

vad lustigt. Det kännså så intimt med undrkläderna - nästan lite Amsterdam Red light district. Fast fint ändå i det beiga.

Meyer-Lavigne said...

Did you know that the woman behide the shop is Evren Tekinoktay and she is also an artist? We think you would like her art.

Fine Little Day said...

Meyer-Lavigne, no I didin´t know about Evren Tekinoktay. I googled her, you´re right, I like her art.
Thank you for the tip.

babalisme said...

the cardboard letters looks really nice, upclose, it's not as tidy as industrial work, make me believe it was handmade.

Fine Little Day said...

I agree with you babalisme, the handmade cardboard letters are so nice!