Monthly Archives: October 2004

Dear Photodiary

I havne’t been at home at all this weekend, since I take the class Skapande svenska (creative writing) at the university. It is so great and inspiring. I just want to see all these good stories as books (finished stories … Continue reading

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My library is getting organized

A couple of weeks before Lind & Co sent me Living with books in Swedish (witch I mentioned yesterday) I decided to rearrange the books I own, and that’s a lot of books even though I constantly give away. In … Continue reading

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Det man ?lskar hinner man

Entry in Swedish about how, when you love something, you will find the time to practise it – cous’ you only have one life you know. Continue reading

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My cuddly Bluebear

When my mother was visiting she helped me interpret a japanese pattern so that I, with my limited experience in sewing, could put the peaces in the pattern together correct. The result was Mr Bluebear, with no real purpose in … Continue reading

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Green foliage and other finished projects

The weekend was great! I finished up a lot of projects that I have started but not taken to the end. Sewed in 2 pair of pants that was new but to big around the waist. They turned out great, … Continue reading

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A small book to keep needles in

I made a needle book for my mother in the technic crazy quilting, wich I plan to write more about here soon. I made it with fabric scraps my mother have given to me, so the colours and patterns (love … Continue reading

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Wintergreen

This yarn is 100 % machine washable soft acrylic, wonderful soft with a two tone effect wintergreen, 50 gram ? 19 SEK at Hemflit. Mum helped me decide and choose, and also alter a swedish pattern to make a sweater … Continue reading

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A lesson of love

My mother visits Ume? for love and knitting. Great! Continue reading

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Viva Vintage by Trudie Bamford

I just love vintage, second hand or what ever you like to call it. Vintage is actually not just second hand-old. According to the book Viva vintage by Trudie Bamford that I found at the library, it’s like this: antique … Continue reading

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New old stuff

One of my favorite things found in a flea market this sunday is this adorable green runner with pink and mauve roses on. I just love it! I was 5 SEK and looks great in the big window just in … Continue reading

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