Escher Museum was our first stop. Amazing how many prints that talented man made. All those details! After lunch at Van Prinse & co we came along the 'Gevangenenpoort' (prison gate museum). J wanted to go in because she wanted to see where Johan and Cornelis de Witt were held captive, before being murdered by the crowd. Our last stop was the house of Hofwijck. Built by Constantijn Huijgens. It is the place where his son Christiaan grew up and was educated to be a great scientist. All recommendable!
this little shark.
this pin. Love the idea of incorporating the stamps into a drawing. I scanned my picture, so that I can print it on any envelop. This first messenger girl brings a 'take-some-time-off-package' to someone who really needs it. Enjoy H!
double crochet V stitch. I love the lozenge shaped pattern a lot. The modelling daughter said that the colours match her jacket perfectly, so the cowl should be hers. Ah well, she's right, I can crochet myself another cowl.
El hada de papel. Many lovely craft ideas. Like this yard stick for the kids. Made from a piece of cardboard and a free Ikea measuring tape. Good for us, because N wants to be measured pretty often to see whether she's grown. It's a big thing when you're the smallest in the class...
this crochet alfabet tutorial a while ago. First try is a name-bunting for J's friend Jip. Would also be a nice gift over the mail for a newborn though.
really nice (pattern), but not mine. Must be the different types of t-shirt yarn, too heavy. Cat wanted out immediately. I can relate. So I unravelled the thing and now I'm making two baskets out of the same yarn. Hope those will be accepted.