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Early Spring and Yarn Along

It is March. Although we had a mild winter here, I am happy that all those long dark nights are almost behind us.
Our home has started to bloom.
Living in an apartment house I really miss garden and real gardening, but I enjoy several benefits of our balcony and we are trying turn it to a little oasis for the Summer. We need to be waiting for that season, so I started this year inside and planted hyacints last week:
Today is the first day of Feast and I won't eat meat for 40 days. Being health-conciscious and eating quality foods I started to make our bread. Here is my first bread from last week made with dark rye flour and a little oat flour with green spices. {Don't believe the myth that you can not make bread without white flour, I didn't use any gram.}
My second bread looks even better:

{This photo is from my istagram feed

Currently I don't run any big projects, I am waiting for my yarns for a future cardigan. Until they arrive I am making Spring decorations {and maybe a new tutorial too ;)}
Using the leftover Lopi of my my IĆ°unn cardigan. Just a little not about Lopi: this yarn softened a LOT after washing a wearing.. there is a really big difference!

Wishing you happy creating!

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2 comments:

  1. I like homemade bread, too!!!!!
    xxxxxx Ale

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  2. Oooh...I like the look of the new link! Your bread looks delicious! I may have to make some!

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