I have fallen in love with hats lately. My 5 year old daughter doesn’t seem to mind 🙂 I made her this zebra hat. I used the pattern stated below for the hat itself and just make up the ears, nose and eyes. 

I couldn’t stop so a made her a bunny hat too 🙂 

I have plans for a pig but spring is near so I might wait until fall to make more of them. 

I did make my colleague’s daughter a simple hat with a flower on it. It’s cute. Same pattern just without the ear flaps. 

Pattern used for the hats: 


Pattern for the flower: 



Sweet rolls

I just couldn’t help myself! 

I found this pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/melting-popsicles-afghan

It calls for Caron cakes but I just can’t get that when I live in Denmark. But I found sweet rolls from premier yarns on amazon. I had to get it! I want to try this pattern so bad. It looks fabulous! I can’t wait to share my progress when I receive my yarn. 

Virus shawl 

I went back to my favorite shawl pattern. I don’t know how many times I have made this shawl. I fell in love with this yarn from Caron simply soft. The color is Martha’s Vineyard. I’m making the shawl as a surprise for a fellow scouts leader. I really hope she likes it. I’ll post a picture when it’s done and in better lighting. 

Sophie’s Universe Book

This is my cherry blossom Sophie now. I love her so much. And today I finally ordered the Sophie’s Universe book. I’m so excited! And pretty exhausted. Yesterday I asked woolwarehouse if they would get the book. And they replied that they would the next day and there would be 120 signed copies. So I have been watching their site like a hawk all day. Finally at 3 pm it was ready! I ordered with shaking hands. LOL I’m such a nerd. But this pattern and all that it stands for means so much to me! I can’t wait to hold the book and I’m not going to start the next part before it’s here. 

This is Dedri’s blog post about the book: