Spirillens sokker er færdige. Og de er oven i købet blevet lige store og med samme farvefordeling. Han elsker dem, og ville helst gå i dem hele dagen. Kan en Uglemor forlange mere?
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This evening we finished our fastelavnsris. This is a Danish tradition, on the Sunday before Ash Wednesday Danish children wake up to a switch of twigs decorated with candy and sometimes masks and coloured ornaments. Ours are quite simple. The Owlets cut some branches in the garden, they were tied together and Marsupilami and I decorated them with candy. When they wake up, they take the switches and beat (lightly) Mom and Dad awake. Then they eat the candy.
Today's pictures are again knitting related. I finished Marsupilami's socks. They have the same size and the colours are all in the same places. And then Marsupilami loves the socks, and would like to wear them all day. Can one knitting MotherOwl ask for more?
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I had to cast on for a pair of mittens for Trolli, in the last two weeks he has lost two of my old mittens, the second one in the train home from church last Sunday. He ran back to the train and looked, I ran back and looked, but they were gone. I hope a needy person took them. But Trolli cannot go without mittens, it is still snowing outside *smile* and the temperatures are going to be below zero for at least a week more *another smile* I found some brown yarn in my barrel to supplement the rest of the white/brown yarn. I will not have to buy new yarn for years to come ...