Virus Shawl [Wormwood] privately owned.

Wormwood is a shawl made in 50% cotton, 50% acrylic yarn. It’s made in a Virus stitch. Made for myself to wear.

[Artemisia absinthium is used to make the highly potent spirits absinthe. Malört also contains wormwood. The aperitif vermouth (derived from the German word Wermut, “wormwood”) is a wine flavored with aromatic herbs, but originally with wormwood.]

Dragon stitch gloves [Sun Dog] Commission for M. Händel.

Sun dog are gloves made in wool and acrylic yarn (I already packed and sent them so I don’t remember the exact yarn cause I didn’t buy this yarn myself) it’s a commission for M. Händel, a pair for her and a pair for her daughter.

M. and I have known each other since school, and we had a Stephen King obsession in our younger days, so I named these gloves after a story I remember we read, and which freaked out out badly.

[“The Sun Dog” is a novella written by Stephen King that was included in his 1990 collection Four Past Midnight. The story is set in Castle Rock, Maine.]

Pineapple stich shawl [menschen essen tiere fressen] – made for Ziggi

Menschen essen tiere fressen is a shawl in 50% cotton, 50% acrylic yarn. The stitch is called pineapple but I think it looks more like parachutes. The stitch is a rethinking by FiberSpider, of another pattern.

menschen essen tiere fressen is a saying which also exist in danish, it means that people dine, animals eat. And since it was made for my daughter whom I told that exact line many times, and also she was in germany while I made it – it made sense and was a joke title.