Monthly Archives: September 2006

Outside studio

The weather gods are on my side, it´s Indian summer, and I can still ork outside!

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Happy birthday. My oldest is now 17! Actually it seems both my kids are suddenly growing up claiming their independence. I really sense changing winds are blowing. It´s hard to believe though – it is as if it was just … Continue reading

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These mornings…

My school way is a question of 12 minutes of meditation on bike… I love these early, quiet mornings. The sun warms my back, the air enters my lungs – it’s so humid, so pure, and so fresh. Thoughts flow … Continue reading

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Sunday´s walk at Ajstrup: sea, sand, salt and sun – can you think of a better way of regenerating?

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Sometimes it’s great to be inspired by flipping through a magazine or a book. One of my recent favourites when it comes to design is the Swedish book Do Redo – the art of butchering a sweater. The procedure is … Continue reading

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On a dish of silver

In Danish we have a proverb saying about lucky persons: They are served everything on a silver dish. I hope I’ll soon be one of these lucky persons. These days I’m awaiting the message – if I’m having a grant … Continue reading

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This weekend I’ve been making different easy knittingdesigns for my crafting class. I intend to teach a bunch of chicks how to knit and crotchet. Till now almost all their crafting experience seems to start and end with what can … Continue reading

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Artist’s blocks?

Somebody asked me if I’ve ever suffered from an artist’s block. It’s said to be a very painful experience where you sit and sit and can’t come up with anything. This can go on for hours, days, weeks even months … Continue reading

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