Human/House/Harvey: Fringe

by Stephanie

Human House Harvey, fringe
A few weeks ago, I found myself learning how to knit. My grandmother has been a master knitter and crocheter for as long as I can remember, so I finally decided to take the time to learn the craft from her. As it turns out, I’m a horrible knitter, but boy can I create some marvelous fringe! I LOVE making fringe and pom poms so much that I decided to do a quick roundup of some favorite fringed items for me, my home and my pup. –Stephanie

HUMAN – While Ferris Bueller’s Day Off claims a lot of magical movie moments, I think it’s Sloane’s fringe leather jacket that will always be a favorite of mine. I dreamt of owning my own for many years, and now I might just make this gorgeous one mine!

HOUSE – I’ve never been one for fancy lighting, but I couldn’t help but fall for this vibrant and fringed one from Zoe Darlington.

HARVEY – I’ve always thought of giving Harvey a mohawk fur-cut during the summer, but before I commit to such a serious look I might first try out this awesome mohawk fringe sweater on him. Real or fake, I’m sure a mohawk looks amazing on him!


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