Remember I told you that I made a blanket for Suzanne Hertogs from Ontwerphaven? She is a graphic designer and she designed an great new logo for my blog. And now it is time to reveal it.
Isn’t it great. I LOVE IT! It is simple yet vibrant in color. The name of my blog is very clear on it and it contains squirrels and nuts which from an integral part of my branding.
The squirrel on the right will be part of all my video tutorials from now on, linking my logo to my tutorials. Also, sometimes I will use ‘half’ of my logo which is only the left squirrel and the nut.
So, if ever you see any of these two guys, you know that it was created by me 😀
Remember the Scheepjes CAL 2014 in which we made a granny square blanket designed by Wink from A Creative Being? Suzanne Hertogs from Ontwerphaven so loved this blanket that she asked me to make one for her. She covered my yarn expenses and in exchange for all my work she would design me a logo for my blog. Now isn’t that awesome!
First I set her to work choosing colors. I love working with Scheepjes Cotton 8 so I asked her to choose from the 52 colors in which this yarn is available. With so many colors to choose from she really had to give it some though. She picked these colors…
… and I got to work. Again I made 60 lovely granny’s, all of them unique. There are no two granny’s the same. Then…
… connected them all,…
… made a lovely border around them…
…. and we are all done 😀
So stay tuned to my blog and I will show you my all new logo soon!
If you want to make this wonderful project yourself you can find all the patterns on A Creative Being. In addition I have a set of instruction videos available in English and Dutch for this entire project.
If you would like to know which colors I used to make this blanket I have made a color chart for this version of the Scheepjes CAL 2014. The color chart shows which yarn I used and how much. Please note that it would be an awful amount of work for me to recreate each of these 60 unique squares’ color patterns.
Have a wonderful day.