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.Me Made May pt.2.

The MMM continues. Wearing something self-made everyday has not been of a problem for me; however I find it hard to remember to document all my outfits. I'm not really used to taking photos of myself and I'm definitely not comfortable around or especially in front of cameras. I'm trying my best though, so no laughing at the awkward posing :)

On Tuesday I was wearing my Bloomsbury sweater, which I had totally forgotten about for a couple of months. (Luna is posing with me in this photo.) Wednesday I had my lovely green Tupelo slouch as the weather was a bit chilly. Then on Thursday I had this rusty shade of orange sweater on that I knit before I started to use Ravelry regularly (I have to remember to show you more photos of it, as it is such a lovely knit, if you don't mind me bragging). By the way, we are building a new exhibition at the museum so that's why I'm holding an antique gun in the photo.

Friday night as I was cleaning and baking before the girls came over, I was wearing my Keiko sweater. It is just super-comfy! On Saturday I went for a walk with my friend and her dog, and had my Skagen sweater as well as the Honey beanie on. Lastly on Sunday,I was wearing the Lin-Lin shawl (and one of my only store-bought chunky cardigans, well, at least I had something self-made on me!)


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