Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Is anyone still regularly reading here? Because I have the impression that apart from a few pattern posts that have been linked to from elsewhere I am really just talking to the bots, and then I could save myself the updating and put my stuff on Ravelry only.
I’ve gone through my Ravelry project posts, adding the charts and instructions I had previously only linked to using the posts here, so the Ravelry account can now stand on its own. I see that I used to be more creative and easier inspired. Maybe if life gets less stressful again, I’ll have the capacity back for that.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Tuuletin, Shapeshifter and shells

Finished early in the morning today before I went to work, because I absolutely had to wear it. ;-). The pattern is Tuuletin by Steffi.

Finished already last month and worn often already instead of an autumn jacket. Very warm and snuggly. It started out to become a normal cardigan, but I realized I didn't have enough yarn for it. So, it ended up becoming a shrug and shall now be known as "shapeshifter". ;-)

A cross stitch picture to remind me of the lovely vacation this year. :-)

Monday, August 29, 2016

Finished yesterday while trying not to melt in the merciless heat...

It's one of three, there is another one with a cat facing left and a third with one facing right.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

More cross-stitching

I just realized I didn't post my last two cross-stitch pictures here...

Monday, June 13, 2016

Cell phone bag

My mother wanted a cell phone bag she could wear diagonally on her body so she would feel the phone vibrate. Made from cotton yarn scraps.

Sunday, May 29, 2016


I've finished a shawlette, knitted with yarn by Knitting Spiro. It is a bit more green than turquoise in the original, the photo doesn't represent the colours correctly. I did two repeats of feather and fan pattern and then stockinette stitch for a while alternatingly.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Shawlette and London cross-stitch picture

I finished this shawlette this morning. The lace pattern is from Omas Strickgeheimnisse, p. 117. The yarn is by DyeForYarn.

I also finished another cross-stitch picture recently: