Sommerfuglen was next on the list. Books, magasines and yarns were scrutinised. I wanted some basic cotton for a summer top but unfortunately they had only 5 balls left of that particular colour.Tina, excited about Sommerfuglen.
Oh well. Instead I bought Nectar by Kim Hargreaves. At first I thought I'd just borrow it from a friend, but I liked it so much I had to have it. Know the feeling? :)
After another cup of tea and after purchasing a little orange something for Moe (he loves gadgets), Tina and I continued on to the next yarn shop: Gepard Garn. A nice shop with nice staff. I treated myself with 8 balls of Gepard Cotton Wool and two 100 g skeins of Opal Indigo.
Last but not least we visited Wilfert's - a shop with its own yarns and patterns mixed with what other shops carry. (And right before that I found a rather expensive but perfect dress along with a pair of fancy shoes, Tina smashed her iPhone by dropping it on a concrete floor while buying a sweatshirt for her son - we completed the ironic situation with taking silly pictures.
And then we had some more tea! We desperately needed to sit down and relax for a bit. It was very warm, and we had been walking forever and ever. Tired feet and thursty mouths led us to Tante T.
We didn't have time to eat lunch so by the end of the day we got some Thai take away instead. Nice! I luuuuve Thai food. After eating about half of it we hurried to the station, got on the train and knitted all the way back. I was home at 11 p.m. Needless to say I was knackered.