Monday, August 21, 2017

Insta love: Crochet shalws by polle_vie



Just like everyone else I suppose, I too have instagram eye candies I love to follow.
One of them is polle_vie.
 
I don't believe an introduction is necessary; once you enter her magical world, no further words are needed.
 
Her colorful ponchos and shawls are like extraordinary picture books that tell captivating stories. Care to read one?
 
 


 
 

9 comments:

Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff said...

Polle_vie's wraps and ponchos are amazing indeed. I did stop following her on IG tough, cause I got a little too much input. Still love the things she makes even though I wouldn't wear these ponchos. They're just a little too flashy for my taste. But I do like her way of life!

Maya Kuzman said...

I don't think I would wear the shawls as I am not a shawl person, but would love to have one of her ponchos.

Mia said...

Love at first sight! Beautiful ponchos and shawls. Polle_vie is great. Have a nice week, my friend.

Jen said...

Her shawls remind me of Adinda Zoutmans shawls too! http://www.adindasworld.com/ I like how they are constructed. Definitely, my alter-ego would wear the shawls and ponchos! :) xxx

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Mia!

Maya Kuzman said...

Right you are Jen! Their work is so similar! I have already written about Adinda and her work. What a sharp eye you have :)

Kim said...

There are no words to describe the beauty within this post. How luscious are Polle_vie's creations. Quite simply breathtaking!

ellen_deckers30 said...

Thank you so much for blogging about my crochet creations! I love the way you describe them and that it seems to make more people happy.
Come over and have a look.
I would like to offer everybode who reads this a 10% discount if you use the code: LITTLETREASURES in my etsy shop untill sunday 10/9/2017
Let's color the world together

ellen_deckers30 said...

Sorry about that, sometimes i get a bit carried away and want to show the process of the making of the shawl, because so many people are making their own ones and want to see how it's done.
Thank you for the compliment­čśŐ