2011/02/01

Crochet places at home





I'm making new Wrist Worms with yarn bought in Berlin. Only 9 different kinds of pairs left on sale as I'm typing. Happy news is that I will most likely be able to easily get my hands on some of the yarns I used to buy in Sweden.

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  1. oh i love the colors of your new wrist worms - this yellow pair makes them look so special :)
    your new home already looks so good and cozy and the view from your window makes me miss berlin even more :)

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  2. Lovely pictures and I love the colors of the new wrist worms too :)

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  3. Läcker bild den sista!

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  4. the view from your window is perfect!
    blue wrist worms super!

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  5. beautiful colors in all of these photographs!

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  6. En flyttrelaterad fråga: Pratar Johan tyska? / Anna

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  7. Anna > han förstår ganska mycket, men kan inte prata jättebra än.

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  8. You choose such interesting colours - not the predictable dull ones that most commercial yarns use.

    (And I'm always amazed at how tidy your apartment is - I love to see pictures!)

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  9. Lena S syster Annas bok ser fin ut, liksom dina worms. Bergets döttrar, om "min by" Sviken. Måste läsa.

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  10. my wrist worms arrived to day! So excited. Great to keep my joints warm :)
    Do you ever make larger sizes for 'big-bear-hands' ;) like those belonging to my husband?

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  11. The view out of the window looks very nice and it feels like inside its "sehr gemütlich!"

    Grüüüüßle
    Magdalena

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  12. ser mysigt ut! många nya värmare. jag kom att tänka på om det finns nån färg du inte ännu har använt..eller ja det finns ju oändliga nyanser förstås:)

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  13. No longer 9 pairs of wrist worms on sale. :-)

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  14. Hi, Sandra, I love your blog! I have a little surprise for you on my blog, a little award: http://thefairysapprentice.blogspot.com/2011/02/7-secrets-you-didnt-know-about-me.html. It would be a pleasure to see you answering the challenge!
    xoxo
    Camelia

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  15. himla mysigt ni verkar ha!

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  16. You are making such beautiful photos...
    I do have a question: do you already know a well-sorted yarn shop in Friedrichshain? I'm searching desperately since one month and haven't found anything yet...

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  17. Wish Sandra a wonderful year of Rabbit!

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  18. Hi Sandra,
    I love your blog and am heading to Berlin in March. I wonder if you'd sahre some of your great adresses for brunch and tips to visit the city ? Crossing my fingers !
    Thank you so much,
    Carine

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  19. Jeanne > i haven't found any, but i'd love to know if there is one :)
    Carine > check my FAQ, i'm sorry but i don't have time to make personal guides to berlin. have fun here in march :)

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  20. oh i love that first image...

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  21. Love your blog Sandra, great photography, and I adore those wrist worms!

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