Swedish Knitblogger who loves spinning, knitting, dyeing and yarn. I will do some other roundabouts about life too.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Memories, sniffles and strange knitting aches...

What is happening? Blog was down, I'm down, no comments on my blog, just silence. Just when I thought I was getting so much better (went to work today), my cold just hit back. Muscle aches that are just in the knitting areas. Nose dripping, and my throat. Where is the Ice cream?? Ahh but most of all: Are you out there?
All knitting away? Well, bad conscious got me last evening, (read up on yesterday!) and I finally decided what to do with my summer pattern sweater in Muscat! It is a west now, and I did a neck-opening on one side (shoulder).
Now I have started the sleeves. Feels great to knit and finish something..... Anyway. All the pictures are happy memories. So called self inflicted happy thoughts (hmm that was not good english!)
Estonian Mittens on wowen cloth from Kihnu Island. People from the Nordic Knitting Symposium in Estonia 2005.

8 comments:

Mia said...

Hejsan garngamen, klart vi är här! Krya på dig!

Garngamen said...

Tack Mia!
Uppmuntrande. Behövs mellan näsdukar och självöömkan ;-) Keep knitting!

Jen said...

Beautiful mittens! I've recently fallen in love with Estonian mittens. Lucky you, to have been at the conference!

MarieE said...

Aha...gläd dig åt att ett färdigt projekt ger plats för mer nytt garn ;) Ljuva frestelse...
Sköt om dig / Marie

villaa ylle said...

Kanske du också har "efter olympisk depression" och sen ännu förklyd. Jag är helt borttappad och i min förtvivlan stickade jag ett par sockor. Och jag stickar ju inte alls sockor. Diagnosen är min egen:) Krya på dig. Svart vinbärssaft och yllesockor hjälper alltid mot förkylning.

Dipsy D. said...

I absolutely love the mittens you've been doing, such beautiful work!
I do hope you're feeling better by now, keep warm and take good care of yourself! Best wishes from Austria!

sussry said...

Krya på dig! Tycker synd om dig som är dålig.

Garngamen said...

ok! Thanks jen, thanks Mariee, Thanks finnish friend, thanks Monica, thanks dipsy d, and thanks sussry... I feel MUCH BETTER reading your encouraging comments. (and no, I didnt knit those last picture mittens Ms Dipsy D) I suspect I have OS post stress syndrome. Trying to engage in a summer sweater. Somthing is seriously wrong!