Man, that took a long time. Don’t you hate it when there is nothing much wrong with you, but you simply feel worn out and sleepy? Last week was like that again – on Friday, I felt too tired and groggy to go to the library (!), so I went to the doc again to make sure I didn’t catch bronchitis. Good news: No bronchitis. Bad news: The cold simply hadn’t worn off yet. Argh … I didn’t have to call in sick again, though, and so I spent yet another weekend on the couch, with lots of knitting, a new game for my DS (“Golden Sun – The Dark Descent”) and (since I didn’t have any new library books) Elizabeth Gilbert’s “The Signature of All Things”.
Rest was only interrupted on Saturday, when we went to E.’s birthday party.
Apart from the book she had asked for (a crime novel – E. will read just about anything if it contains corpses, a detective and gruesome murder), I had a surprise present in store.
The Blueberry Shawl.
I do not quite know how much I have told you about Continue reading
Thank you so much for your wonderful, kind comments about gran’s shawl! I am very happy that everybody likes it (and most of all, that she likes it too!). I am sure that I grew about 4 inch while reading them. 😀
I thought I’d give you a little heads-up about the next three blog postings I have planned, so that you have an overview over what is yet to come (I’ll link to the postings when I have written them, too, for convenience): Continue reading
Hi folks! 😀
Are you okay? I have been really busy last month, we still haven’t unpacked all of the boxes – since today, Philipp’s CDs and most of our DVDs (I never knew we had so many!) have found their place and it dawns on me that Continue reading
One of my resolutions for this year was to knit a lot from my stash. My ravelry stash page counts 57 entries (including the fibre), and although I know that this is nothing compared to the huge stash of others, I do feel that I have a lot of yarn. 😉 Continue reading
… because »wet-blocking« also starts with a W. 😉
I actually have a surprise for some readers of this blog … hehehe … But not today, I think.
During the last weeks, I have made one-and-a-half pairs of Charade socks. by Sandra Park.
I love this pattern – it was my first »real« sock pattern I ever used, and I will forever highly recommend it. Not only is the pattern very beautiful, but the instructions are very, very clear and even fun to read! Continue reading
Yahoo! Told you, I’d be right back. 😉
While I didn’t post until the day before last, I knit a lot though … And I dearly want to share what I made!
So today, I’ll start of with Powersocks for T. Continue reading