Friday, May 29, 2009

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Finished Hemlock

The Hemlock Ring Blanket
Most relaxing, curling up in the corner of the sofa with needles and yarn. Or knitting in the car on long drives. I always have several projects knitting — some are good for watching movies I have seen before, but want to see again. Some are good for knitty company, and some are good for absolute mind-relaxation. Like Hemlock here. Difficultlevel high enough to engage all of my concentration, leaving no room for stress, speculation or planning ahead. Just me and the wool and the chart I work by. I have no idea what to do with the blanket. It's really too small to be a blanket, too big to be a pillow, and more about process than product.

The originator of this pattern is one of the most inspiring Knit-bloggers I know of; Brooklyntweed. Amazingly talented, inspiring and sharing! You can find many beauutiful, free patterns there.
Have a grand Tuesday :-)

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Shift in Energy

Been rearranging. I wanted to be able to post larger images, and it took me a while to crack it.
Thank you, you wonderful people who have helped me. Couldn't have done't without you. Really!
(Man!—html is tricky business.)
A feel for shift in energy. It feels good.
Chocolate Brwni *yum*
(and working quite a bit, too)

—and listening to new music (thanks Schanett and Esti).

Brilliants by Ana Ventura, via Smosch
Happy Monday

Sunday, May 17, 2009


Busy with work, but urging to collage. I'll refrain from promising myself to do more right now, it's hard to plan time like that. Nomatter. I enjoyed the little space she provided.
I hope your weekend is peaceful.
Collage exp
Eco Toes from Infusion.
Mel Kadel (drawings).

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Cars 'n Girls

Cars and girl
Made a little summer scarf (and started knitting another).

Can anybody help me with this: How do I get larger images on my blog? Sandra's doing it, Flora's doing it, but I can't seem to figure out how. I hope you will help. Thank you in the heartest way in advance :-)

Today's links:
Mads Berg
Small Mag, Spring Issue

Thursday, May 7, 2009


Scraps, our book on collage art, is going to be published in the US :-))) I'm so happy, and feel so fortunate. Release is planned for November, but the book can be viewed om Amazon now.
Scraps a field guide
Elsebeth's blog
Lark Books
Danish Publisher
More Scraps

Tuesday, May 5, 2009


F as in alphabetAnother letter in the alphabet (larger). Here we have also been swimming a bit these last two days—in sparkling spring rain.
Some movie stuff: Wonderful Mansuetude linked to a stunning (I can not emphasize this enough -- please see it) animated film; The distance from the moon.
Althea Crome knits mini-mini-miniature clothing, and she made the clothing for the dolls in the upcoming movie Coraline. Man! This is good stuff. This really great story is written by Neil Gaiman (super cool), and the movie is directed by Nightmare-Before-XMas-director Henry Selick. Doesn't get any better. Goooood stuff.
Yep! And there's ·kiksekage· on the Food Blog.

Sunday, May 3, 2009


»Christine, shouldn't you have been working ...?
»...yes. (I believe there's a word for it).
Anyway, I received the print from Flora. I love it :-) Thank you, Flora.