Day 3

Today has been quite stressful, so this will be just a quickie. 30 g of my treasured Roseberry by Elfenwolle (50 % BFL, 50 % rayon) have been turned into this: 30 g are left for spinning tomorrow and 60 g are hiding somewhere in the chaos that’s my yarn room in progress of being …

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Day 2

Ready and waiting for it’s bath, 330 m / 100 g of Falkland Wool 💕 For the first time, I’ve done most of the Andean bracelet myself instead of letting hubby watch a tutorial and wrap the yarn around my hand. I don’t know why I have such a hard time with the Andean bracelet, …

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Day 1

I’m pretty sure I’ve written this before about sewing (which I still can’t do), but the same seems to be true for spinning (and maybe even other things, who knows). If you don’t do it, you’re not going to learn it. And neither am I. So I’ve decided to challenge myself and spin every day …

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Grautier

This cute little guy is Grautier (grey animal, but also a name for a donkey). He lives somewhere in our neighborhood and visits us several times a day to get love and food. He has been doing this for several years already, and when I decided to make a cat-inspired collection of knitting patterns, of …

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Turquoise

There’s something I learned about temperatures, temperature blankets and starting them in January. Temperatures don’t change much in January where I live. Neither from day to day nor from high to low on a given day. So at the moment, my temperature patches are mostly turquoise. Turquoise for high, low, today, tomorrow. On lucky days, …

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Real quick

Just a quickie from me and my ever-aching head today… Day 2 of the temperature blanket – done The third big project for the year is to knit my way through Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Knitter’s Almanac. This is the interesting part of the swatch cap for the Aran Sweater for January. It’s currently taking a bath …

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