Lørdag morgen sendte jeg familien afsted på landet, så jeg kunne få frie hænder til at en maratonsession helliget strikkeopskriftoversættelse med mere. Jeg arbejdede non-stop til jeg dejsede igår, og her til morgen vågnede jeg op og fortsatte hvor jeg havde sluppet ved midnat.
The family has now returned from the country, and I’ve kissed and hugged them all over, and now I’m back at computer toiling away. I am trying SO hard to get the Danish versions of the Aksel vest and the Nova dress up today.
And just now I’m taking a break from working on the patterns to blog about just having uploaded the translation of the Nova-dress to Ravelry. Wuhuu! The pattern is now available as a pdf download in Danish right here. Hopefully Aksel will follow soon…
The hardest part of this weekends work was tthat I had to recreate all the calculations for the Dagny cardigan, because my Jon had accidentally shut down the spreadsheet with all the numbers without saving. Probably just as well that he was far away last night when I realized the full extent of the Oops!
The best thing about the weekend has been that lovely people have stepped in and helped me with the translations. Especially one of Copenhagen sweet knitters, Ellen, has been a great help.
I simply do not speak knitting Danish fluently enough yet, so it has been absolutely invaluable to me that Ellen offered her help. Ellen owns Strikkegarnet.dk – and when I popped over to grab the link I discovered that she has a sales on – 20%. Oohlalah!