A sneak-peek inside KOEL

Bloesem Living | A sneak-peek inside KOEL

Shh.. Here’s a little sneak peek for our Bloesem readers before the world receives the full debut issue of KOEL Magazine!

With 144 pages of goodness for every craft lover, look forward to the countless inspiration you’ll get from our debut issue. Weaving, knitting, crochet, embroidery, macramé.. You name it! All these stories are photographed in beautiful homes around the world, and with all the inspiration you’ll be getting, of course KOEL will provide you with the patterns to make your own yarn projects too.

Craving for more? You got it. Interviews with interesting crafters, stylists and makers. Food recipes and flower decorating tips. Products and supply reviews and last but not least, the best yarn shops and workshops around the world.

A gift to those that are passionate about yarns and their homes! You will find KOEL on coffee tables, a keepsake treasure with thumbed pages, a timeless source of inspiration for yarn crafters.

.. KOEL Magazine


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