Scroll Down

Cyclone Hat – das Rezept

original english recipe / pattern

Da ich immer wieder gefragt werde, hier endlich das Rezept für meinen Cyclone Hat auch auf deutsch. Er ist im Grunde ziemlich einfach, von daher hab ich nie dran gedacht den zu übersetzen, aber hier kommt er.

Zuallererst, kennt ihr dass wenn ihr nen Pullover anzieht, also die Ärmel oder ne Hose, und die Beine oder Ärmel verdreht sind? Und ihr dann nicht durch kommt? Genauso funktioniert #cyclonehat.

2019 – starting fresh

to be honest I don’t really know where to start. I haven’t blogged or written anything really during the last year. I missed my journal for example and took some notes and thoughts here and there but didn’t put them in the right place, into my actual journal. And now I feel this weird pressure of making everything right – even when understanding about six or seven years ago, when I first started to write a journal that there is no pressure, that I don’t have to write every single day, that I don’t need to be creative every single day. That having a journal means to use it when I need it.

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 🙂 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…