Monday, September 07, 2009


I haven't done much knitting over the weekend, I just have too much to do with work this week. I've managed to work out with my sister three days in a row, but that's pretty much all the breaks I've had. Oh, you remember I told you about the wedding party we attended on August 1st? The newly-weds had visited Stockholm this weekend, and yesterday when they drove home to Borås, they stopped here for a coffee break, It was so much fun to see them and get to talk with them a while, we see them way too seldom! Hopefully the bride will accompany me to the sewing festival that takes place in Borås 25-27 September. I just found out about this festival, but there are going to be at least 12 yarn sellers there, so you bet I'll be there. And right after payday too!

Anyhow, the reason I'm actually taking the time to post today is that I've entered a contest in the Klub Knit Witch on Ravelry. Knit Witch is a yarn vendor who dyes SOOO beautiful yarn, but so far I've been too cheap to order, since it's rather expensive with shipping from the US. But with her September Contest, you can win 25$ gift certificate at her store! The contest is as follows:

You have to be a member of the Klub Knit Witch group to enter. You get one entry by posting your favourite vacation picture on the KKW forum. It doesn't matter if you post one or several pictures, you only get one photo entry anyhow. But you can get one additional entry by posting about the contest on your blog (which I'm doing now!), for a total of two entries. The Knit Witch also has a blog which is so much fun to read, I follow it enthusiastically. Her and her husband do much charity work as well, and sell so much fun stuff in their shop!

Now I'll go to bed so that I can muster the energy to work tomorrow too. Friday is approaching a bit too fast for my taste!

/ Jenny


Anonymous said...

I'll keep my fingers crossed for you - as I saw from the pictures you published earlier in your blog you could do with some stash enhancement - buy yarn instead of shoes would be my advice :-)
Greetings from a German RAK-member, Dany

windspirit said...

That sewing festival sounds sooo tempting! I'm looking forward to reading your blog post about it. Have fun :)