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.Last Days of (Me Made) May.


The Me Made May is now over. Took me a while to get the last photos up, because my sister came for a surprise visit over the weekend. 

After the super-warm weather the previous week, summer took a little detour and it got chillier and rainier again. So on Monday I had my Tuscan Sky lace scarf wrapped around me, and on Tuesday I needed to wear this traditional fair isle sweater (knitted a few years ago). Wednesday I was happy about knitting my own clothes so I can always have matching accessories, and Thursday was a bank holiday so spent the day lounging around the house.

Last Friday was horribly cold and rainy and I had to wear mittens! Luckily I had just finished my Marrakech mittens so at least some kind of ray of sunshine for the otherwise gloomy day! And lastly, Saturday I was happy to wear my new scarf.



Right now I'm knitting a new sweater; I'm calling it Evergreen at the moment but the name can still change. I'm trying not to cast on many more projects, because we are going to China on holiday in two weeks. I don't want to leave too many things waiting for me as I find it hard to pick up and continue pending projects... I'm hoping to finish this sweater before we leave. I do have a couple of smaller knits lined up, but I do need stuff to knit in China as well :)


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