Monthly Archives: July 2013

Yarn Along

We got back home yesterday. We had a great time with our family, and even got to see a dozen firemen deal with a tree that fell down on my mum’s street during a thunderstorm. A lucky day for the … Continue reading

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Packing our bag

Kaya has been squeezing his head and one arm through one of the straps of his rucksack, to wear it messenger style. “Like the big children!”. Okay, twist my arm, time for a new bag I reckoned. I had the … Continue reading

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Weekending

Today was the Race for Life – my first time to take part in such an event. It was a great buzz, but also quite emotional. Reading all the names on people’s shirts, remembering our losses. I managed to run … Continue reading

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Giving

I mentioned a little while ago that I am preparing to run the Race for Life, in aid of Cancer Research. This Sunday, I will don my pink t-shirt  for the big event. Only I’m not very prepared – I … Continue reading

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Hugs & Kisses

I knitted this little vest for the baby a while ago, but then the heatwave hit and I forgot to share it. It’s still too hot to even think woolly thoughts, but here are some pictures (I spotted a tiny … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

This could be a post about how nothing happened in neither the reading nor the knitting department this past week. (I suppose my hands were too busy stitching other things, like this and these.) Instead it shall be a post … Continue reading

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..and other things finished

June was a month of beginning oh so many new things, so in July I am finishing them, one by one. This was a present for my husband’s friends, but now these embroidery hoops are available for custom order.  I … Continue reading

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