At the fair they had a lot of nice things and I found some things for Molly. I found this sweet fabric with garden gnomes and hedgehogs and other things. So I am going to make a litle tunique and pants.
The picture here is not of Molly but of another sweet girl that is wearing a finished cardigan.
I also had to buy some new clothes for Molly. Here in Sweden at daycare the children are outside the whole morning so they need pants and a jacket that are waterproof for the spring and autum. But I also found another spring and autum jacket more for when we go into town. I thought it was so cute:
I just wanted to share a recipe with you for a swedish dish called krabbelurer. It is like a pancake but thicker:
1 egg 3/4 cup sugar 3/4 cup milk 2 1/2 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla butter to fry
Beat eggs and sugar lightly foamy. Add the milk, then flour and vanilla. Stir thoroughly until the batter is completely smooth. Take a frying pan and melt the butter over medium heat. Click the batter and bake krabbelurer in batches, 3-4 minutes on each side. Be carefull...because nothing will happen for a while and you will get bored and then when you look again they are burned... (ask me how I know :-)) ) Serve them warm with whipped cream and jam.
I want to thank everybody that came to visit me at Syfestivalen. I am so happy with all your positive responses and your kind words! It has really given me an energy boost to do keep on going and do some new wonderful things in the near future!
I hope to see you again soon!
Also a big thank you to Ann-christine for helping me those days and to Weronica for translating the patterns to Swedish!