Archive for October 2015 | Monthly archive page


Season of lights – colored leaves, beechnuts and some wild crabapples will make a nice decoration. I found these wunderful lights somewhere in the web but can’t find trace it back any more. That’s why I had to make my own template. A pentagon is the base of this tealight holder. Simply copy my template […]

Bavarian Pretzels or bread rolls

Just done they’re best and we prefer them as bread rolls to be served with sausage or cheese. Unfortunately not every bakery’s offering them. So just prepare them at home and eat them directly from the oven – there’s nothing better. Besides the ingredients for traditional bread rolls (s. “Crispy bread rolls” – but without […]

Chair pads

Do it yourself – that’s the device after several weeks of searching for fitting chair pads. I chose a printed cotton fabric which I doubled with a simple white cotton. The pad itself is a piece of foam cut in the seating’s exact size. A simple envelope closure allows easy washing when dirty. On the […]

First infinity scarf

Most days are still sunny and we refuse to think about odd weather and freezing temperatures. Having a look at our caldendar however tells us to start with winter preparations. For the beginning we’ll make a really thick and warm infinity scarf. I made it with a wool mixture for needle size 4-UK/10.5-US but knitted […]