Perhaps the last post was too hot stuff - or perhaps you just didn't feel like commenting. Ha, ha, never mind, I just found it a bit fun to wonder a little about that.
So, this post will contain no offending stuff like blood, death or umbilical cords. Only sweet and soft objects in this post - I promise!
This, my fifth out of twelve project of Things for Myself, was inspired by this post; Urban Excavation Effect - an invitation. It's about (quote):
»…uncover the forgotten objects that slip to the bottom of the pile hidden from view, and to transform them into useful objects«.
- It seems to me my whole house is filled with piles of half finished and half forgotten projects. So I was in!
I felted this mini scarf a long time ago, from a wool/silk roving. The snip is supposed to slip through a small hole in the opposite end of the scarf, but I made the hole too wide - and it ended, yes, in the bottom of a pile. So, I went to step 2 of the Urban Excavation Effect with a needle and some embroidery thread. That was fun - I'm going to do more embroidery on felt, that's for sure.
It's the softest, lightest feel on your neck, and just perfect for late summer and autumn around theese parts of the world. And it's mine!!
And this is last nights dinner. Indeed it was. We had guests for lunch, and they ate all the soup and all the bread. There was nothing left but some blueberry coffee cake. So that was dinner, accompanied by vanilla icecream and coffee. It's recommendable - trust me!
* Og, kære danske læsere af bloggen, håber ikke en engelsk version afskrækker jer! Jeg elsker kommentarer og alle sprog er tilladt, det ville være fjollet om vi indbyrdes kommunikerer på engelsk. Men jeg læser selv en del engelsk sprogede blogs, og synes det er både lærerigt og spændende at udveksle ideer, erfaringer og holdninger på tværs af landegrænser og kulturer. Derfor valgte jeg engelsk som blog-sprog, og som nævnt også af den årsag at jeg derved får trænet sproget lidt. Nu prøver jeg det en periode, håber I bærer over med mig :)