A big bag made of red fabric with roses on for brining all kind of stuff on trips. I’ve sewed it!
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Month: March 2005
The faculty of making fortunate discoveries by acciden – or the story of when a slipover became a pair of gloves…
The Very Long Socks are finished! It’s a relief, and I’m so looking forward on starting something new. But it’s been fun, even though the knit-a-long maybe made me feel more lonesome (with everyone knitting the same pattern so far away) – than a part of a group… Not the alongers fault, I need to […]
If you have ugly books in your shelf, does that make the entire room ugly? Not now, you can change all that…
Since it is International Womens Day today I decided to make a special 3D collage for a woman I admire and love: It’s a tribute to the most wonderful woman I know, my mom. I wanted to make a brown collage that I’ve planed for a couple of days, but it didn’t come out as […]
Morrisons book Beloved and some yarn I love. I’ve been knitting on my very long socks all day while listening to Toni Morrison reading her Beloved on audio cassette. It’s so great! Both the story and her voice – and I’m enjoying not having to read for my self for a change. It’s like being […]