We were delighted to hear from Eva Kittelsen that her application for a government funded grant in Norway has been accepted. Eva has been awarded the maximum grant of £9,000 to help her establish her own label or fashion enterprise. Within her application Eva proposed to use the funding…
Anonymous asked: In 1976 I met an Eva Kittelson in Oslo, she was a descendant of Theodor Kittelsen, she was moving to lethbridge alberta Canada any relation?
Hi! No, my family hasn’t found any relation to Theodore Kittelsen. I admire his work though :) My grandfather was a painter, but his name was Henry Kittelsen :)
Last week my facebook page reached 250 likes! To celebrate I am doing my first ever givaway! :)
To enter just click on the photo and go to my page on facebook, like my page and then comment on and share this picture (on facebook).
The prize is this coin purse which I have made from silks from my final collection, so it is truly unique!
Thank you for your support!
Last week I went to an “art exhibition ” at my sons Kindergarden and that reminded me of a collection I designed last year that took inspiration from children’s drawings for prints, and the clothes of elderly for garment shapes. Here is the moodboard, the prints, patterns and fashion illustrations will be posted as design boards here now in during the next couple of days. :)
I går bestemte vi oss for å ha “fargerik fredag” i dag, så nå har jeg tatt i bruk den guke jakken fra avslutningskolleksjonen min for første gang! (Yesterday we decided that today was going to be “colourful Friday” so today I’m wearing the #yellow #jacket from my final #collection for the first time. #fashion #outerwear #coat
Here is the yellow jacket from my final collection at university. I really enjoyed making this jacket and had a lot of fun with the subtle details in the textiles as you can see from these closeups. I’m really pleased with the yellow that I dyed this fabric to as well, not to bright, not to subtle, it’s just the way I wanted it. It has a bit of all colours in it really, to get the shade I wanted. I’m also really pleased with how the yellow matches the yellow that is coming through in some of the leaves in the print on the dress :)
I have some exciting projects going on that I can’t wait to share with you, but it’s not quite time for that yet. But here’s a prototype of a little coin purse! I am planning on making some more of these soon. I don’t like wasting fabric, and especially not when it’s fabric I have printed myself, so I decided that making stuff like this is a good way of using some of my left overs from bigger projects :) I still need to work a bit on this coin purse but stay tuned, I’m planning on doing some give aways with items like this soon!