Author Archives: tuathaa

Silky, turqoise Praline

This seems like the never-ending project. I’ve been working on this cardigan for MONTHS. Not because it was in any way difficult to knit. Somewhere along the line, it just seemed too small. And that put me off. It sort … Continue reading

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Yarny deliveries

This year I’ve been pretty good at not buying new yarns and knitting away at my stash which grew embarasingly large during last year. However, with two trips that where disappointing from a yarn-related perspective (there was nothing otherwise wrong … Continue reading

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Catching up – a little bit of everything

It’s been a while since my last post. With the pseudo-move to a new house, and living out of cardboardboxes for the last few months there’s been little time for anything. Actually, that’s not entirely true. I’ve managed to get … Continue reading

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Denim Emelie in the French vineyards

This cardigan has been lying in the “almost finished” pile for far too long. And then it spent even longer in the “actively wearing, but haven’t gotten around to snapping photos” -pile. Vacationing in France (more on that in my … Continue reading

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Homelessness and summertops

So I’m moving in about two weeks. After we finally sold our house we thought the tough part was over. But I guess things never really go as planned. During the long weekend our contractor called us, to tell us that our … Continue reading

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Noah’s spring overall

I fell in love with this pattern the first time I saw it. I think someone posted a finished object on one of the many knitting Facebook pages I follow. I knitted away on it happily for a long time, … Continue reading

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Failed realtors and a Stripe Study Shawl fueled by nerves

It’s been quite hectically recently. Work, selling the house, chicken poxy children. You name it. We’ve known about the house sale for about a year, since we bought our new home. The market in Stockholm is quite crazy. And also … Continue reading

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Snawheid in the hospital

I’m seeing a negative pattern here. The past two easters have been spent in the hospital. Last year, due to my pregnancy and a small placental abruption, and now due to baby Noah and complications from chickenpox. The start of … Continue reading

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Nerdy girl yarns

Through ravelry ads I just found the most amazing site. A shop filled with nerdy, geeky themed yarns. It’s like I died and went to heaven. Someone has combined two of my favorite things; Nerdy sci-fi TV shows and yarns. … Continue reading

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The result-driven knitter

You know how some people knit just for the joy of knitting? Or do endless swatches just to learn that new technique? Yeah, I’m not one of those people. Don’t get me wrong. I enjoy knitting. It’s my meditation. A … Continue reading

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