tirsdag 8. november 2011

Nutrilett Hunger Control

Warning! This post will be in Norwegian only, as I will talk about a Norwegian service and a product I'm not sure excist elsewhere. I'm sorry. :(

Jeg har blitt medlem av Like'n'Share, et sted der man kan registrere seg for å teste ut produkter, og så fortelle andre hva man synes i etterkant. Mitt første testprodukt kom i dag, og var en Nutrilett Hunger Control Premium Dark Chocolate Bar. Jeg var veldig spent på denne, jeg er jo vanligvis glad i mørk sjokolade, og var passe småsulten når jeg var klar for første tugge. Kjapt oppsummert: Tre biter var nok for en stund. Smaken var ikke spesielt spennende, så etter tre biter følte jeg nærmest at den vokste i munnen, og jeg hadde egentlig fått nok.

Konklusjonen er vel egentlig at dette ikke er noe jeg kommer til å bruke penger på, men det var greit å ha prøvd den.

I've knitted and spun again

STCW X-ray socks
I guess we could say that my plan on blogging in English only, in hopes on updating my blog more often, didn't work out too well. Then there has been headaches to blame, and I haven't really had much to blog about. However, now I have a few finished objects that I thought I'd share.

 First up is a pair of socks, these were knit as part of a KAL (Knitalong) on Ravelry, in the String Theory Colorworks group.
Baby Surprise Jacket
These socks are knit in String Theory Colorworks Entanglement, the colorway is called X-ray. I knit them on needles 2.25 mm, US 1, in the Afterthought heel pattern, made by The Knit Girllls. I cast on 72 stitches, as that is usually correct for me, on 2.25 mm needles. I love these socks, they make me so happy. I love that the yarn is selfstriping, so that you don't have too many ends to weave in.
Abstract Fiber Twilight

I have also done some spinning. I have spun up and plied 4 oz of Polwarth from Abstract Fiber, in the colorway Twilight.

I have also spun up and plied 4 oz of Merino/Tussah silk from Cloudlover, this was the club fiber for August this year, called Morocco.

Out of the Cloudlover Morocco I spun this babyhat, the pattern is the Very Basic Baby Beanie by Janet D. Russell. I knit it on needles 3,0 mm and 3,5 mm, US 2 1/2 and 4.

Cloudlover Morocco

Very Basic Baby Beanie

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