I haven’t been blogging much lately, and I’d like to (at least partly) blame the Swedish Summer for that… I love that Sweden has four glorious and specific seasons. I love all these different seasons, because they signify change and … Continue reading ? The post Summer is my favorite season appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
This month I’m at Camp Reset most of the time, which is a free online “camp” that is about self-care, mindfulness and health. I’m using a Traveler’s Notebook to collect what I’m thinking about and learning, and today I’m sharing … Continue reading ? The post Camp Reset Traveler’s Notebook appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Many people wonder if moving into a retirement or assisted living community is the right choice. Sienna Living retirement homes refer to living facilities for elderly people. Residences for seniors include independent and assisted living situations. These housing or apartment units are often part of a larger senior or retirement community.
I’ve sewn together a very easy table runner for a friend of mine. I still adore the table runner we’ve got on our living room table right now, the polka dot one I made this spring. It really makes me … Continue reading ? The post The Purple Table Runner appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
I’m making Index Card Collages this summer. What are you making? Today it’s time for a index-card-a-day (ICAD) Update. We’ve already passed the middle of June 2017, and summer if flying by. Time to catch up. For each day this … Continue reading ? The post Update: Index Card Collages appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
I made my first Etsy Haul Video (scroll down to watch it). In it I am sharing some kawaii stuff that we Journalers and Stationary Addicts like. Pens, cute washi tape and a pack of stickers. It is not a … Continue reading ? The post Cute Stuff for Journalers and Stationary Addicts appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
A few weeks ago, my copy of The Fussy Cut Sampler by Nichole Ramirez and Elisabeth Woo arrived on my doorstep. It is such a beautiful book with 48 great quilt blocks that made me want to cut up some...
Plastic Canvas Patterns Club — Save BIG on Plastic Canvas Patterns! Attention: All members must have a Facebook account, because this is strickly a Facebook Club. Save Big…are you paying full price for plastic canvas patterns on a regular basis? If so this club may be very beneficial to you. Here’s why! Patterns on […]
I’m joining ICAD again this year, are you? I hope so, because I’d love to see what you make. Last year I filled 61 index cards with abstract art and learned a lot about what I like to paint. ICAD … Continue reading ? The post ICAD – Joining the Index Card A Day Challenge appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Plastic Canvas Patterns Club Below are the Patterns for May Attention: All members who have paid and joined or want to join this group must have a Facebook account. There are 80 patterns to choose from and we will be adding 20 more in May. That’s 100 patterns!!! PAY BY THE 5TH – MEMBERS […]
Thank you for the kind comments here on the blog and on Instagram about my new book, Make Your Own Medallion! I am so excited to share more about it with you over the next few months. I'm even more...
Are you in need of a few Creative Ideas? Because I have an abundance of ideas that I do not mind sharing with you! I love creative list writing, so this is a fun blog post to make: a list of one … Continue reading ? The post 100 More Creative Ideas to Spark you into Action appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
You guys! Today is a great day. It's my 46th birthday AND this is my new book! I am so excited to announce that Make Your Own Medallion, published by Lucky Spool Media, will be available in November 2017. I...
I have a major crush on a color combination. I cannot get it out of my mind and find myself thinking of all the quilts I could make with fabrics in these hues. Are you ready? Orange, caramel, lilac, berry-red,...
Quilting – the act of cutting perfectly good fabric into little pieces and then sewing them back together again. iHanna Quilters are people who enjoy cutting new fabric apart to sew it together again. It sounds counter-intuitive and a bit … Continue reading ? The post Quilting | Sewing a Polka Dot Table Runner appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Let's start with the obvious: I'm on a bit of a sock knitting bender. Eight pairs since July, with the ninth on the needles right now, almost finished. Despite the tiny needles (size 1! Officially crazy!) and the thread like...
Hey there. I am still here. I spent the first three months of this year, head down, working. It was the good kind of work - exciting, challenging, at moments frustrating, but in the end rewarding. The result? A book....
I like a lot of different styles when it comes to interior decorating, and I always admire those that has all-white rooms in their houses. But as an artist, I could never pull that style of, no matter how much … Continue reading ? The post My New Polka Dot Art Table (video) appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
Wanna take hack the color wheel and take an awesome art journal workshop this year? Then this is your chance, right now. I am one of the guest teachers in Kiala Givehand’s upcoming workshop called Hacking the Color Wheel – … Continue...Show More Summary
I am a big fan of art journaling as many of you know. But with the swap taking up my time in April, it’s been way too long since I wrote about my biggest obsession… So today I am sharing … Continue reading ? The post My New Hand Bound Art Journal with Embroidered Cover appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.