Yoda Sofa by Kenneth Cobonpue is a design consisting of short and long sofa section put together. Rattan vines here are woven on a frame of mild steel and the natural material tension is used. Available in bronze or natural colors for the indoor use and in brown color for the great outdoors.
Felted Rock Cushions by Ronél Jordaan
I’m heading to IMM Cologne for the second consecutive year and realized I haven’t even published all material I collected last year. Then the first boot I stumbled on was from VivaTerra.. I couldn’t connect the dots last year until recently I saw the Felted Wool Stones again at the site
The rocks seem so real one of the visitors had to touch them.
About Ronél Jordaan
In 2004, South African textile designer Ronel Jordaan, having been a textile designer for 26 years, began researching the possibilities of using felt as a creative medium. Entirely self taught and following her own creative instincts, she began to turn fine gossamer thread into robust felted forms. By patiently rubbing and coaxing threads of pure wool into shapes in nature that inspire her, she found her direction and started a small home industry. Next she trained a handful of women to help her. Recognized for their originality and design uniqueness, her creations found an immediate market. Within a year she sought bigger premises and a year after that she needed to expand further.
September started today and from here the time that green leafs start to turn yellow is nearing, at least in our Northern hemisphere. Furthermore Julia exclaimed somewhere “I Loooove Yellow”. Hence my suggestion is that we make yellow our September theme. The first I can offer is this Knit Stool by Claire-Anne O’Brien who we discovered recently.
Claire-Anne O’Brien is originally from Ireland and has recently graduated from the Royal College of Art  with a Masters in Textiles.
If you knit a chair from electricity wire then you must be obsessed:Obsession Chair by Kwangho Lee.