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.Me Made May.

I only found out about this thing called "Me Made May" on Friday so I guess I missed the official start, but since I've been wearing something self-made every day I thought I could start my own guerrilla-"Me Made May". I have to remember to attend this officially next year :) Although I think it's more like norm than abnormality that I wear something that I've knitted, since I don't own any store-bought woollen stockings and I only have one beanie that I didn't knit myself.

So here we go, my guerrilla-MMM this far.


On first of May I wore my new Honey beanie to eat ice cream in the town square (they were having a fair there). May 2nd I had just finished my Keiko sweater so I had it on. On Saturday (May 3rd) I was wearing a cardigan that I have knitted a few years ago as well as my Rumpelstiltskin socks. 

Sunday (May 4th) was my stay at home -day so here I am, knitting my Dessine-Moi Un Mouton sweater  and wearing my self-made long socks with deers. And then there's me today coming home from work, wearing my maroon Cousteau hat. I added another photo from Friday when I was taking project photos from Ravelry, I'm wearing the Honey beanie in it as well.

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