Episode 8: Big, A$$ dictionary

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Works in Progress:

Finished Objects:

Future projects:

Stash Enhancement:

Knitting book review:

Non-knitting book reviews:

A Meikäfer:  

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18 responses to “Episode 8: Big, A$$ dictionary

  1. I think they have Mezzo Mix here in Finland. I’ll have to look next time I go to the store. But it is in an 1½ litre bottle so I haven’t tried it. Is your daughter going to an English or German school?

    • My daughter is at school on base. We looked into putting her in a German school but our local school was full so I would have had to drive her everyday and as we only have one car and my husband has erratic hours, we decided to continue homeschooling…up until last November at which point her lack of friends was driving us all bonkers so to the base school she went.

  2. Might I recommend my yoga sock pattern 😉 I know it fits between a 7.5 and a 9.5 foot comfortably on the small/med size… just sayin 😉

    P.S. LOVE the dragon wing kerchief. LOVE

  3. Ive just finished reading Knitting without tears. I highly recommend it. it was a great book to read instead of a novel at night. I have started to read the knitters Almanac too. also a good read. I love her sense of humor and the style of her teachings. i think i am learning a lot whilst still being entertained.

  4. Tell us how you really feel about the books! LOL I’ve read some that I think why did they waste the paper to print these.

  5. Just wanted to say I love your looks a German life. As an Air Force brat we spent 6yrs in Germany and everything you share brings back memories. We lived off base and our landlady was always leaving little treats for my sister and me.

    • Thanks! Sometimes I feel kind of lame because we don’t do a lot (any) touristy things so the “German” things I have to share seem very mundane but then I remember how unmundane they were when we first moved here. Anyway, I’m glad that my little tidbits bring back good memories for you. 🙂

  6. On cutting fabric. Back in the late 80’s I worked for my in laws at their decorative fabric store and that is how we always cut the fabric, so it isn’t a new thing or a German thing. Maybe it is a high end fabric thing.

  7. Ohh the socks came out great! Love the market bag too! I haven’t finished anything in forever. LOL

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