very very cold here, hopefully next week will be better (although the weather
guy doesn´t say so). Anyways, I´ll be in my own little world of spring and
sunny days so everything will be just fine.
Time does indeed pass quickly around here these days. I've been really
busy, knitting, knitting – crocheting, crocheting so I barely had time to go
out. I've decided to finish all the projects I have started this year, so I can
start with the new plans and projects after the holidays.
So I sat down yesterday and knitted this Neck warmer of the same wool I
knitted a long scarf - warm wool blend yarn (50% Alpaca, 40% Wool, 10% Linen -
Made in Peru). It is approx 45 cm wide and 114 cm in length, soft and cozy. As is
the scarf, I think it also fits perfectly for guys .Don´t you think?
The neck warmer is in my shop now :) Have a nice day!
this gorgeous wool last week, and thought I´d make a knitted scarf.
I tried it out and knitted a bit, but did not
like how it looked - it felt completely wrong. Do you agree or am I way off
decided to split it all and start from scratch again. I tried to crochet and
the longer I crocheted, it felt more right! It was a little bit heavy with only
this wool, so I mixed a little alpaca into it, and it was perfect.
is 212 cm in length, 25cm in width, wonderful, soft and cozy. As you can see it´s
perfect fit for women, but I think it really suits guys too. Am I right?
same wool I have crocheted wrist warmers, they are soft, comfortable and warm.
They will be in my shop tommorow. Have a nice
Last week I
decided to buy some wool for my new projects and when I looked in the shop to
choose the colors of wool that I´ve already decided to buy, this wool caught my
attention When I
touched this and rub it against my face - I have a habit to always do this – it
depends of what kind of feeling I have whether I´ll buy this or not - I felt
such softness and comfort that I immediately decided to buy it!
knew that I’d make one of the softest and most beautiful scarves that I ever
did. And this is the result:
The man of
the house wanted to be a model, and yes, I made one for him too!
His conclusion: that being a model is a hard job :)