2010/09/20

Weekend Projects




This weekend: Long Autumn walks, coffee with friends, finishing 2 good books (the one to the left is about Jehovah's Witnesses and it made me very unhappy and the one to the right is The Wind up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami and he always makes me smile), watching the film Worlds Apart (also about Jehovah's Witnesses), crochet while following the general election disaster.

The green and the blue Wrist Worms are new colours and will be listed in the shop very soon! I'm also working on a blanket similar to this one, will be finished within a month I hope (and listed in the shop).

22 comments:

  1. vilken helg! vilken bok var den dystra (ledsen om det var murakamin! det är så längesen jag läste den nu att jag inte riktigt kommer ihåg så mycket mer än brunnen)? och valet ja... vilka tider vi lever i!

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  2. famapa: du får läsa om texten, jag fixade så att det inte skulle bli missförstånd :)

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  3. åh phew! murakami är ju typ GUD :)

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  4. sounds perfect. Aren't autumn walks the best esp. for squirrel watching :)

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  5. love the colours & the Carmex, i'm a lip-balm addict too : )

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  6. it sounds like a nice balance of good and not-so-good for the books. and isn't the name malta the best name ever?

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  7. lovely scissors! :)

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  8. I'm loving your weekend, Sandra.
    I really want to see that movie now!
    Happy Monday...

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  9. strange how europe seems to fall from one disaster into another when it comes to elections. You made me curious about Murakami, haven't read anything of him yet, but i will in the near future.

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  10. Can't wait to see the blanket ( best thing for cold autumn evenings!!)

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  11. Looks so cozy...ready for Autumn! Do you ever make your crocheted blankets with a color "theme" in mind, or do you just make each square with the colors you like as you go along?

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  12. looks like a most perfect weekend.

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  13. I received the wrist worms in grey today, and the print of the book girl. It was perfect, and I know I'll be dependent on the worms all winter through. And on my birhday as well! I too feel it's sad about the election, hopefully the wind will turn again.

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  14. Oooh, the Wind-Up Bird Chronicle! One of my favorites!!!

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  15. That's sad for Sweden.
    I'm Belgian and what's currently happening in Europe (and my country is very good example), I'm worried.

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  16. murakami is my favorite writer at the moment ! i have difficult to read another one

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  17. sandra, what type of yarn do you use (brand)? the colour range is really nice

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  18. I always love pictures of crocheted things and wool :)

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