The book was not (yet) translated into English. If ever it is, I will translate my review.
Once upon a time – long before I moved to Berlin, before I met the man and had the son – I lived in an apartment in Germany’s former capital. Back then, I would rent… More
This is not going to be a long blogpost but pure delight about a pattern that pleases me every time I work with it. The Tomten jacket, designed by Elizabeth Zimmermann and released in 1980,… More
As much as I love Ravelry (and I love it a lot!) – it has all those knitting books I own get dusty on the shelf. However, there are exceptions: Essentially Feminine Knits by Lene… More
Thanks to Andrea Karminrot I heard about a (German) blogger column, called “five questions on the 5th”. Today is already May 6th, however I can’t let go of the idea and I definitely don’t want… More
Jeanette and I have known each other for a few years. Our sons used to play basketball together. And even though they no longer do (they’re in different clubs now), we still manage to see… More