Monthly Archives: June 2007

Århus – Hamburg Hbf – Paris Nord

We board the 14:27 train to Paris today. See you later!

Posted in Family, Travelling | 7 Comments

White, Pale Pastels – and a small drop of Red

 Today this magazine hit my mailbox. What a wonderful surprice! I’ve been so busy lately I had totally forgotten I sent some White, Pale Pastels – and a small drop of Red stuff to Somerset Studio more than 6 months ago. But here … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Inspiration | 5 Comments

Pleace, take a seat…

The result of last weeks deck chair make-over… I ended up fixing the seat onto the frames with a very efficient nail gun. I can recommend the method: it’s fast and easy.

Posted in Do redo | 10 Comments

At the tropic of Cancer

The very longest day of the year, at the tropic of Cancer, my Granddad got 91. We went to visit him at Saxild where he resides some weeks this summer right next to this sandy beach, so even though it wasn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Family | 4 Comments

How to cope with a deadline

Spend a nice afternoon and evening with Gulla & Lis, two friends and colleagues from Artrovert, another art group of mine… We missed Heidi who’s expecting her first child in August, but we wouldn’t postpone the meeting once again. It … Continue reading

Posted in Art projects, Collage | 3 Comments

Deck chair make over

I got 2 deck chairs at the flea marked recently. Woodwork and seats were in an okay condition – but the colours were dull – a not so flattering dark brown and a greyish ditto so I decided to redo … Continue reading

Posted in Do redo, Projects | 3 Comments

Garden office

It’s summer now and I love to work out in the open – here at my garden office! So many things need to be done before summer holidays start in only two weeks! Some days I rise very early to … Continue reading

Posted in Writing | 4 Comments in Århus

Estimated 50 knitters and supporters met today in the gentle shadows of the threes of the small park in front of the Music house. Men, women, old, middle-aged, young, even kids were knitting, talking, networking and enjoying an afternoon in … Continue reading

Posted in Knitting | 2 Comments

Ready to knit

The weather is perfect summer here – means tomorrow’s will definitely be an outdoor event! I’m preparing a selection of knitting inspiration, extra needles and yarn. My favourite local knitting shop has even agreed to sponsor a bunch of … Continue reading

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Still in progress…

I won‘t say I miscalculate the time it takes. I only realize that somehow I always tend to be on the optimistic side of the timetable; I simply expect things to develop faster! Fact is, my work is still in … Continue reading

Posted in Projects, Quilts | 3 Comments