Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Yarn Along

~ Two of my favourite things are knitting and reading, and the evidence of this often shows up in my photographs.  I love seeing what other people are knitting and reading as well. So, what are you knitting or crocheting right now? What are you reading? Take a photo and share it either on your blog or on Flickr. Leave a link below to share your photo with the rest of us! ~

 I am very happy to be for the first time part of this wonderful Idea of Ginny.

I cannot really say what am I knitting now....many things at the same time....

...but the most important wool thing now is making is going to be a big doll for my daughter. I have already made her one but this one is going to be much bigger and with arms and legs made of jersey (the first one's body is knitted)....And it takes me really much time to make her some nice haircut

I love reading....there are already two! I forgot the pictures....
That will come soon....

Thank you all for help! I did it!


  1. Sweet doll, I look forward to seeing her when she is finished, thanks for sharing in the "yarn along"

  2. lovely projects on the needles and your dolls are pretty!

  3. Your doll looks amazing! I just got a book on how to make waldorf dolls and I can't wait to make one :) I'm looking forward to seeing how yours turns out :)

  4. The doll is so amazing! For the Yarn Along button: go to Ginny's blog, locate her button, and copy the URL available below the picture of her yarn along button, then open layout in your blog, click on add gadget, click on html/java script, then paste the URL there in the body, click save. That should work. Hope this helps.

  5. darling doll, it has such a sweet face. if you want to add the button to your post, you can also either copy the url or right click on the button and save to your desktop. then when making a post, click on html (top right tab, next to compose) and put your cursor where ever you want the button. click and go back to compose, hightlight the button and link it to ginnys. i hope this hasn't sounded confusing.

    welcome to yarnalong!