2017 in review!

Winter -17

Dags att göra det vanliga, och kika tillbaka på allt handarbete från året som gått! Jag har fått till totalt 17 färdiga projekt (förvånande få, faktiskt!) En del är på gång, andra behöver fotograferas.

Den senaste månaden har jag jobbat mycket med att försöka strukturera upp livet en aning, så jag kan vara mer tidseffektiv och ha mer ork. Jag har nämligen precis tagit examen från sjuksköterskeprogrammet, och har börjat arbeta deltid! 🙂 Samtidigt håller vi på med inskolning av T hos dagmamma, så det är en stor omställning för oss alla. Men, ändå hoppas jag på att hinna med mycket under året – handarbete, nya mönster, böcker, viktminskning… och framför allt att njuta av vardagen!

Let’s do the usual, and have a look at the past year of crafting!

I have finished up no more than 17 projects (I’m a bit surprised, really!). Some are in the making, and some needs a photo shoot.

The past month I’ve been working a lot with trying to structure up my life a bit, so I can be more time efficient and have more energy. I have actually just graduated as a nurse, and have started to work part time! 🙂 At the same time we’re schooling in T at daycare, so it’s a big change for all of us. But, still I’m hoping to get much done this year – crafts, new designs, books, weight loss… and above all, enjoy myself!

Finished but awaiting photos:
Marled magic mystery shawl, Speckle & Pop mystery shawl, Gummi baby vest 

Still in the making 
Match and move scrap shawl, Behind my back pullover, Calais shawl, Lumpy Space shawl, Surpris, and Viajante in blue







5 responses to “2017 in review!”

  1. Josephine Hoenderkamp avatar
    Josephine Hoenderkamp

    How do I buy your patterns?? I have tried but cannot seem to manage it. I live in England

    1. madeleine avatar

      Hello! You can use the “buy now” links on a patterns page, and pay with Paypal. You can also find my patterns on both Ravelry and LoveKnitting, if you use those sites. 🙂

  2. Mary Galvin avatar
    Mary Galvin

    Hi, I’m making the Leksak tunic and I’m not sure about the measurement for the length. For size 6y the pattern states 18.1 inches. Does the .1 mean 1/8th?

    Thanks for your help – it’s a beautiful pattern!

    Mary Galvin

  3. Elizabeth Roy avatar
    Elizabeth Roy

    Hello, I am attempting to knit the Leksak newborn size and the numbers are not adding up. If I start with 7 arm sts and do 11 double increases (22 sts), I get 29 stitches, not 30. What am I missing? Thanks – Beth

    1. madeleine avatar

      You are absolutely right! I must have been tired writing, I’m surprised noone has mentioned it before. 🙂 Happy knitting!

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