En anden fordel lige nu er, at de fejrer "foråret" (eller måske bare for at øge salget i det kolde vejr?) ikke bare har is til halv pris, men har fyldt godt op i lageret, så der stadig er nok til alle efter nogle uger. Så det udnyttede jeg en dag på vej hjem. For KAN det overhovedet blive for koldt til at spise is?
Working in Sweden holds some advantages. For instance, the shops at the railway stations have a nice collection of knitting magazines, and often cheaper compared to Denmark.
Another advantage is how they right now celebrate "spring" (or maybe just to increase the sale in this cold weather?) by not only selling ice cream at 50% off, but having enough of it, so the offer continues after some weeks. Which I enjoyed on the way home one day. Is it possible that the weather can get so cold that you can't eat ice cream?
Novita er et fint strikkeblad. Faktisk er det vistnok finsk, men oversat til svensk. Denne gang var der flere fine ting, som jeg så kan kigge på, mens jeg venter på at mine projekter gør sig færdige.
Denne top synes jeg er smart - den er lige op og ned, men alligevel lidt skrå i siden, hvor man både tager ind og ud.
Novita is a nice knitting magazine. I think it is Finnish, but translated into Swedish. This time, there were several nice things for me to watch while waiting for my projects to get done.
I really like this top - it's straight, but still has the effect of increasing and decreasing on the side panels, making it interesting.
This thing - crochet edgings in the middle of a knitted piece - is SO pretty. Not that I ever used it myself, but maybe some time? I looks airy and beautiful.
Furthermore, there was a knitted princess dress! Brilliant (and warm!) and very simple.