lørdag den 27. april 2013
Nuttet / Cute
Det var en slem skuffelse, at alle butikker havde lukket fredag. Men heldigvis kunne vi gå på nationalmuseet! Dog med grimme bagtanker. Der er jo en museumsbutik, og TÆNK hvad der ville være af gave-potentialer!
Først havde vi dog lavet lys og farvet garn. Spist morgenmad og spillet. Leget med ænder i køkkenvasken. Og spist frokost. Det var så hyggeligt!
This should have been a post about my summer-blouse-knitting. Model, yarn and so on. But you know what? My youngest nephew came to visit Thursday and Friday, and he was just as cute as he ever is. So here's a bit about him instead.
He was truly disappointed when he realized that all the shops where closed on Friday (National Holiday). But fortunately, we could visit the National Museum! He had his plans, though. They do have a museum shop, and just imagine, what gifts he could possibly get from there!
First we had been making a candle and dyed yarn. Had breakfast and played games. Played with the bathing ducks in the kitchen sink. And had lunch. We had such a nice time!
I butikken havde de diverse seje ting (pyha!), og den unge mand endte med et træsværd og et træskjold. Han var ikke helt sikker på, hvornår han ville få brug for det, men det var flot! Som I kan se, kunne sværdet lige sidde i bæltestroppen.
Efter aflevering tog jeg hjem og så på at mit nyfarvede garn tørrede for langsomt. Mens jeg strikkede på glimmer-strømperne og rettede i min artikel. I dag skal jeg arbejde. I morgen skal jeg SLAPPE AF! Mere om sommerblusen i morgen.
Before we visited the shop, we went back in time in Denmark. It was fun! We passed through the stone age, bronze age, the age of the vikings (and probably some more ages in between!). They had a lot of burial stuff, cool swords, beautiful axes and a lot of bits and pieces. For instance a skeleton wearing a hat. And more skeletons buried with beads, drinking glasses and so on. We agreed that if I had been buried and was lying there as a skeleton, they would have found a coffin with a skeleton buried in yarn!
In the shop they had different cool things (phew!), and the young man ended up having a wooden sword and a wooden shield. He wasn't quite sure when he would need it, but it looked good! As you can see, the sword fitted perfectly in his pants.
After delivering him back home, I went back to my place and watched the newly dyed yarn dry too slowly. While I was knitting on the sparkly socks and revising my article. Today I'll work. Tomorrow I'll RELAX! More about the summer-blouse tomorrow.