Tag: knitting

4 Weeks ago

This picture was taken nearly 4 weeks ago when Tiberius turned 4 months. He’s quite the little charmer 🙂 With his big sister preparing to start school in August I’ve been going back and forth between organizing stuff for her and spending time soothing Mr. T through some heavy toothing pains. But there’s always a Read More

Welcome, Little Boy

Little Mr. T Tiberius Richard Ephraim Born on February 9th, 6:42 pm 3400 grams/7.5 lb., 52 cm/20.5″ By now he’s already three weeks old. We are very happy to finally have him here in our little family of four. Delivery went quickly and without complications so we were home soon after and could start getting Read More


So, yeah, we’re actually doing this baby adventure a second time 🙂 If things go as planned then this one is going to be a February baby. Perfect season for an avid knitter like myself 😉 The cute Pepita pattern has been on my to-do list for ages. Never felt like knitting this one for Read More


Finished this fun little blanket while on a visit to family last weekend. A four hours drive always provides ample of knitting time. The blanket is very graphic and constructed out of garter stitch triangles running in different directions. It’s done with short-rows and modular knitting. It’s been so much fun and a quick knit.Ate Read More

Inspirational Knitting

This weekend a friend asked about my well-being since I hadn’t shared any new knitting around here for a while. Ouch. Apart from the regular everyday stuff like work, family, the house, friends and whatnot there has been knitting going on, of course.   One of the most interesting and fun projects over the last Read More

Welcome in 2012

And here we are. Another year in front of us. Full of new possibilites and challenges. Time to see what’s been going on knitting wise here at Sooza’s. The clever Ravelry database tells me I’ve got 35 projects logged in for 2011. Not bad. Lots of this has actually been crochet which was a surprise Read More

FO: Ishbel

Here’s a knitted FO from back in October that went to a friend as a gift. Ishbel by Isolda Teague is one of rare patterns I’ve knitted more than once. And since the results are always so nice I’ll probably do it again. I’m thinking Wollmeise this time. Project details on Ravelry. Read More

The merit of keeping swatches

While washing some of my woolen garments for winter I was shocked to find my beloved Wollmeise cardigan with two holes and a thin spot on the collar. How can this be? I frantically searched my wardrobe for other signs of moth infestation but couldn’t find any. Which is good, of course. But what happened Read More

The quiet season officially begins

Yesterday the best husband of all took part in the last autocross events on this year’s schedule. The weather even though mighty cold in the morning warmed up nicely during the day and made the last day of the season a huge success. The number of participants was astonishing and it seemed like everyone wanted Read More

Wollmeise Mania

Over the past years indie dyer „Wollmeise“ has gained an incredible popularity allover the world. When I first ordered a few skeins of 100% Merino yarn with Claudia it was a small affair with the distinctive, cute flash based Wollmeise website. The page showed yarns in maybe 20 interestingly named, bright colorways that you could Read More

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