I love people. And I love reading blogs! I think it is wonderful to read how others see the world around us (and life) while drinking a nice, steaming hot cuppa tea …
Here are the Blogs currently in my RSS feed – alphabetically. 😉
Note: I hope everybody is happy with the description of the blog! I love your work, your photographs and your writing, otherwise you wouldn’t be here. I just tried to describe what I love most. If you are for one or another reason not happy with what I wrote, just drop me a line! I’m sure we can sort it all out. 😀
All kinds of knitting – because knitting and sports go together! YEAH!
Attic 24 – For my regular doses of colour … Wonderful crochet work! 😀
A Year at the Wheel – Sara’s blog about the magic of spinning …
Introverted Knitter – wise thoughts about writing, knitting and spinning
Kiwiyarns Knits – A great blog from New Zealand! Lots of beautiful knitting and beautifully written blog posts.
Knit the hell out – Cassy’s blog is the reason why I’m knitting since 2010. Her enthusiasm fascinated me so much!
Knitxpressions – I will always admire her patience to knit entire blankets in moss stitch and undertake other huge projects
Nadelspielereien – A blog about cross stitching, knitting, crafting, family … Brilliant! Plus, Susanne lives in my hometown. 🙂
Needled – Kate Davies’ blog. Intelligent, wise, scholastic and strong. Since I saw her wonderful designs, I want to learn how to knit FairIsle …
Pans and Needles – Angela’s wonderful blog about knitting and sewing! She’s supercreative and has a great eye for colour and style. Kudos! 🙂
Pantoffelschnecke in Wolhalla – Anna’s blog, which deals with handspun, handdyed wool and family life. Funny and great and strong, just like her. 🙂
Sand and Sky Creations – beautiful handspun from Prince Edward Island! Simone is an alternative, homeschooling mum and I love to read about her spinning and knitting (and look at her beautiful photographs!)
Soknitsome – Socks! Shawls! Sweaters! By an English blogger living in Germany. 🙂
SpinningWoollyYarns – Lots of Lord-of-the-Ring-themed socks. Beautiful spinning, too!
Weekend Knitter – Stacey’s wonderful, funny blog. I never knew that pictures of yarn could look so delicious … 😀
Worsted – Ashveen makes beautiful things and has a great taste for yarn. I also like the quiet tone on this blog. Go check it out!
Yarn Harlot – This one goes without saying. Come on …