2012/02/13

Hello from my studio today















I have started working on a new neck worm, will show you more later. Wrist Worms - Berlin is finally warmer and I can wear Wrist Worms instead of thick mittens on my camera walks again - it also means my hands are being able to shoot film outdoors (have missed it so much - my hands are unfortunately not designed to shoot old manual cameras at -15°C)!

So great to see more and more examples of you trying out my tutorial, thanks for sending me links!

16 comments:

  1. I was very thankful of my wrist worms yesterday whilst recording in my cold studio!

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    1. SO happy to hear! hope your studio gets warmers soon though.

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  2. I like the name characters - especially trying to guess the names!

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  3. I love everything about each photo
    I know you've seen them already, but I'm posting the link here too :
    http://instagr.am/p/G8iknfDMMx/
    I guess my boys will be making more !
    thanks again for sharing the how-to !
    oxox

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  4. The color of the grey/white yarn is lovely.

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  5. really beautiful the grey wristworms on the 4th photo !! . . and i find the neckworms marvellous, the colors fit great together . . have you made the blanket as well ?? . . i've always wanted one !!

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  6. wonderful pictures...wonderful wrist worms...!!!
    i love your studio!!!
    and i love that feather.thing...whatever it is...and however you call it!;D
    it is wonderful!!!
    have a great great week...sandra!!!

    liebgruss
    eni

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    1. thank you! you have a great week too!

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  7. i love your neck worms, they look so cozy and warm. i like your color choices too.

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    1. makes me glad to hear, thank you <3

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  8. It's finally above zero here and it feels good again. I don't mind the cold, but I had to leave my appartement with more than four socks to make sure my feet were alright. So I'm glad that's over for a while.

    I'm very curious to see your neck worms. They sound perfect for this weather.

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  9. Lovely colours, Sandra, i really like the neck worms!

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  10. the black ones are so wunderschön!

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  11. i love seeing your work in progress. it cheers me up to getting working myself!

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  12. Love the colour on your granny squares! Really fun to do! I have made similar ones myself!

    http://nujavlarblommarloken.blogspot.se/2013/01/virkhets.html

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