Hello and welcome to my new podcast!



First of all, please give me feedback! Would you like to hear the sometime academic and sometimes anecdotal perspective on crafts and the cultural heritage of Sweden?
I would also love some fun ideas for the names of the segments!
After watching the episode myself I notice I’m a bit fidgety but I’m sure that’s something that will get better if I continue with the podcast :)

Also please let me know if you want me to create a ravelry group! <3


What I’m wearing:
I’m wearing the Stonecutter pullover by Michele Wang and Brooklyn Tweed. The yarn is from Magasin Duett, her Mohair Tweed. Ravelry project page here.

Recently Finished:
I recently finished the Stonecutter Pullover and my second Exploration Station, but I’ll show that in a later episode.

What I’m Working on:
V for Sweater and Posh Blouse from Pickles in their recommended yarn, League from Brooklyn Tweed in Engleuld, and some socks, I’m sorry but I couldn’t find the picture we used as inspiration. I mentioned the Fish Lips Kiss Heel.

Dream Project/Future Project:
Hoodie Shawl Cardigan by Susanne Sommer, inspired by Mina of the knitting expat podcast. Maybe in my own handdyed yarn. What would you match it with?

I spun from fibers bought at Hallagården, and with a spindle from newagespinning, I bought the mini.

Not much to say here!

Other crafts:
Crochet Bunny by Alicia Paulson. The yarn is  drops baby merino. Ravelry page here.
Tiny dog from this book.

A Swedish word:
Att sticka – To knit

The article:
D.D.I.Y – Don’t do it yourself by Lisa Anne Auerbach