Herbst

With the 1st of September the weather suddenly switched to fall modus. Temperatures fell to around 14°C and it rains almost every day. But the important thing is, this means more hot tea, more knitting and new fruits and vegetables. Yay.

Am 1. September hat das Wetter plötzlich in den Herbstmodus gewechselt. Die Temperaturen sind auf um die 14°C gefallen und fast jeden Tag hat es geregnet. Das Beste daran ist, dass dies mehr heißen Tee, mehr stricken und neues Obst und Gemüse bedeutet. Juhu.

Bronx

  • I already finished the third pair of Christmas socks. / Das dritte Paar Weihnachtssocken ist fertig.
  • sewed a set of placemats / Tischsets genäht
  • read “A Game for Swallows: To Die, To Leave, To Return” by Zeina Abirached, a comic about her childhood in Beirut / “Das Spiel der Schwalben” von Zeina Abirached gelesen, ein Comic über ihre Kindheit in Beirut
  • we ate the most delicious plums / verdammt leckere Pflaumen gegessen
  • As well I am working on a new sweater design, but I doubt I have enough. / Ich arbeite an einem neuen Pulloverdesign und habe die Befürchtung, dass die Wolle nicht ausreicht.
  • Ernest Hermingway “The old men and the sea” / Ernest Hemingway “Der alte Mann und das Meer”
  • sewed some lavender sachets / Lavendelkissen genäht

Herbstsocken

  • casted on some colourful socks for grey winter days for the mister / bunte Socken für graue Wintertage für Herr Strickmädchen angeschlagen
  • sewed some project bags / StrickprojekteaufbewahrungsbeuteldamitnichtallesinderGegendrumliegtbeutel genäht
  • started a notebook for knitting techniques that I tend to forget/ ein Notizbuch begonnen um all die Stricktechniken, die ich mir nicht merken kann immer griffbereit zu haben

2 thoughts on “Herbst

  1. We had 14°C today and it was warm seeing as the past week have been in the 5-10 range. It have been wonderful thou with loots of Clippers organic indian chi tea Highly recommend it. Happy autumn from Sweden

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