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it’s working again

yay!!!! a few weeks ago I updated this page, wnated to add some info on data protection, yadda yadda and peng all was white and was unwilling and unable and than unwilling again to keep on working to fix it. Do you don’t hate the computer sometimes? darn…

but hey, I finally got it to work again. I have a few things on my list for this page ­čÖé so keep an eye out

have a great week ahead
Diana

batad 3 close up

FO – Batad no 3

Batad – I love this pattern! Stephen, you truly outdid yourself with this one. A shawl that will not fall off your shoulders, hence perfect for offices and out and about times in the summer. This is my third. 3. Three are mine now, all different. This one is thicker, warmer, a little bit like an armour. It has this texture to it that feels secure somehow. And I’m often using it in the office when the colleague wants to open the winter windows…

lemon tea in sunlight

a whole lotta knitting

the blog has been quiet for a while. The instagram is full. Now sitting down with a marvellous breakfast in the sun, in the middle of Berlin and actually updating the blog is nice. Realising though – there has been a whole lotta knitting. The last month, well year actually, I’ve started and finished about six projects. Six! Like big ones too. Shirts and pullovers and shawls. About to finish a seventh. Guys this feels like a lot when I read it like this.

Two of them are own designs, which will be live in a few days as well.

This feels totally insta-famous-hipster-lifestyle-like. Which is weird and kinda freeing, I maybe should do that more often. Also eating out for breakfast saves dishes at home too, totally adulting here ..

have a great week you all – and what are you knitting?

back of summer shirt

FO – ein sch├Âner R├╝cken

In German we say “ein sch├Âner R├╝cken kann auch entz├╝cken” (A pretty back can be enticing too). And so I made a shirt, simple and plain in the front, the oooh moment in the back. Super simple really. I didn’t follow a particular pattern, just used my gauge to create this bottom up shirt. And of course a cute lace section to created the endearing back.