The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,000 times in 2013. If it were a cable car, it would take about 17 trips to carry that many people.
Those 2 cases, one for a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, and the other for a Digital Camera Nikon Coolpix L27, they both found together a new home in Berlin, the beloved city! How happy I was to send them overthere? SEHR!
I would like to show you some pictures of a new model I just gave in the shop now. It is made of a very strong English fabric with floral pattern on it, and the bottom is made of genuine leather in a distressed brown colour, an eye catching clutch. I hope you will like it
To show you all how is the easiest way to close the iPad/Kindle case in Limabaum´s Dawanda shop I made a video for you. Please have in mind I was holding the camera with one hand and filming with the other, it is much easier to open it up if you have your both hands holding the case.
I hope I can help the clients that bought the case to handle it better. I could not upload the video straight to the blog (sorry, I will fix that!), so please take a look into Limabaum´s Facebook page, here:
there is this new scarf in the Limabaum Dawanda shop, and I would like to add some more photos as there I just can upload 4 of them, but I had some more possibilities to show you how to use this scarf.
It is a long one (1,60m sewed in a tube) x 72cm wide. As you can see there are many different ways to use it. Have a look (please, double click on the photos to see them big):
you can use it also as a shawl crossed in the front:
or in the back side:
or as a necklace:
in the Indian way:
here how the fabric looks like, it is transparent (durchsichtig), light but warm for cool spring evenings:
thank you if you came to here from Dawanda site
here is the link for the scarf in my shop. Enjoy!
I wish you all a wonderful new year, full of good surprises, peace and love.
Thanks to all the clients of Limabaum shop, you gave me a huge reason to be glad and happy with my work, and always to have challenges to surpass, and doing so continue to grow little by little, like life should be. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
this melancholic song brings me back somehow to childhood, maybe the climbing tree scene, or the deep root idea of home on my mind.
Its Christmas time! And I invite all of you to participate in a giveaway by Limabaum´s Facebook page. All you need to do is “like” Limabaum in Facebook and tell me in a message there which is your favorite Limabaum product in Limabaum Dawanda shop (see link in the side bar). I will maybe add that product you choose from the shop too to the parcel I will send completely for free (for you) around Christmas time. What you can win for sure is a iPad case from the photos bellow! I will give all names in a hat and my daughter N. will pick up the winner (you can see a video with the winner´s name on 15/12/2011 here and in Facebook). Come and play along! If you do not have an iPad, you could also use the case for bringing books inside your handbag without having their pages all messed up. I hope you enjoy it!
This wonderful book came to our hands in a Flohmarkt in Baden (Austria) and I was amazed with the quantity and the beauty of the embroidery works on it. Also the book gives more space to embroidery and lace, there are also good amount of knitting and crochet, and many other different kinds of needlework. A little bit about the author that I found out in the net:
“Thérèse Maria Josepha von Dillmont was born in 1846 and studied in Vienna at an embroidery school founded by the Empress Marie-Therese. After completing her schooling, she moved to Donarch, a village near Mulhouse, France, and founded her own embroidery school at a time when most aristocratic women confined their embroidery to salons and boudoirs.
The success of Dillmont´s school in Mulhouse led to shops bearing her name in Vienna, Paris, London and Berlin. A true pioneer of needlework, she traveled extensively, studied needlework in many countries, and collected hundreds of pieces of outstanding embroidery.”
How exciting! And how nice she let part of her knowledge to us so we can try this beautiful needlework, a loud “VIVA” for Thérèse!
Today´s shop update brought a new model to Limabaum in Dawanda, and I would like to add some more photos here, so you can see more of the new case. It´s a linen + cotton one, with a lovely pattern of Birds and flowers on it.
It has a beautiful vintage button on it, from a pre-plastic material. Feel free if you have any question, please just contact me!