Angels, hearts and daisies

Sweet little angel pressed into tailor’s chalk

Playing around with shapes while watching the German victory over England. Laughed sooo much at English commentary – “suur druiwe”!

I like the way it turned out

but the other side of the bag is more boring:

Just rows of beads – diagonally.

Bottom of the bag-to-be.

Enjoying this book very much – want to know what’s going to happen. Also like the way knitting is portrayed i.e. as normal (in other novels the character might jog or whatever to relax or cope with stress; here she knits). Not too cutesy about a yarn shop as one of the settings of the book. Cute part: rhyme to learn to knit: “In through the front door / once round the back / peek through the window / and off jumps Jack.” Hie hie,

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