My unlimited imagination for creating tiny dresses was triggered by my Inspiration-Baby. It all started with this grey baby-dress I made for her, but that wasn’t the end. I remember having promised that I will not purchase any new yarn until I use up all my stash. Anyone who is into crafts like I am – you know it’s basically a mission impossible:D
I already made a tease-post about this cardigan here. I just couldn’t help myself:) You can’t imagine how impossible it is to have no needles or yarn for almost 6 months! I am so enjoying knitting again, but I have so little yarn. I am taking it reeeeaaaaaallllyyyyy slow. It’s like sparing your favourite (tiny) cookie-jar to enjoy for a whole month.
Washing wool clothes is the one and only thing why knitted garments annoy me. I am super-not-into-hand-washing my clothes (especially after I did it every day for 6 months). You might get away with using washing machine, but you know the horror stories where people shrunk their lovely cardigan so much that it now perfectly fits to a toddler:D
My Mom, as an avid knitter, has taught me trough the years how to take care of my knitted garments. She always frowns upon me when I’m sometimes being lazy and just toss my knitted socks in a washing machine.
I am a big fan of scribbling down my own patterns, draw them on paper in multiple colours etc.. but at this moment the space in my back-bag is rather limited. I left my notebook home..I don’t have enough room to buy new one.. and I can’t scribble in Kris’s notebook endlessly.. He’ll just run out of paper:D So I needed to find a more convenient way to write patterns that weigh nothing and take up no space in the bag. Excel + Photoshop is the perfect solution!