All posts by Edda Lilja

Oops

I realised it this morning that I forgot to blog yesterday! This is what summer vacation does to you. But I’m almost finished with my June baby cardi …. I just need to decide on buttons or zipper or…

Can’t wait to show you more… my snapchat friends have seen it all though 🤓🤓🤓 (eddalilja)

Sorry guys!

I hate to brake it to you, I started hating the June project and decided to throw it in a bag and start a new one. I´m not making the sweater I´m wearing in the Knit police…. I´m saving it til later.  BUT the new one is awesome!!!…. Sorry Arndís, I know you told me to hang in there but I just could not have it in front of my face for a second longer!

Here is a photo of the old one, the new one and the yarn I´m using next in the new one.

Knit Police!!

An extremely exciting month…. I love using my stash, because I have an awesome stash, the first issue of The Knit Police is ready and we have a Knitting festival weekend ahead of us 🙂 🙂 🙂

The best part though is…. wait for it….. I´m wearing the June cardigan in the first issue of The Knit Police!

P.s. these skeins are only the first ones I have chosen…

Comics and crochet

Things are looking so good this month, I got a sneak peak of Arndís´s dress on her snapchat (arndisprjon)… It´s awesome.  I´m right behind her finishing the collar on my cardigan 🙂 🙂 🙂 … I have also been busy practicing my comic drawing, which gives me the same zen state as crocheting.  Here´s a little strip with me and Arndís…

cartoon

If you are having trouble sleeping because you really really want to see more then we show here of our current status you can add us on snapchat, “arndisprjon” and “eddalilja”.  BUT, I have to warn our non icelandic audience it´s all in icelandic, for now at least.

Tired teacher syndrome

I´m almost finished with both sleeves and I´m already thinking which colors to use in my next May cardigan, I´m loving it so much.  I´m a bit empty of words right now, it´s the time of the year the tired teacher syndrome shows it self. All the comics you have seen of teachers fresh in the fall and grumpy at spring are true…