I've been designing another bookmark, if you scroll down you will find it, finished. The coloured spool in the picture is the second gift I had from Maria, it's 100% cotton, too much soft for tatting, Venne Colcoton Multicolour. I web-surfing and found an amazing site, where it's shown miniature knitting made using that type of yarn: Miniature Knitting by Helena Bleeker
In the background, there are some dmc balls that I picked together to make up my mind to start Tomoko Morimoto's doily. I'm still dithering. I should wait for available Lizbeth size 80 (colour 131) in Italy (it seems only size 20 and 40 are arrived up to my country) to finish Anne Orr's large centerpiece, so I need another distraction to fiddle with!
I love learning new English words, it helps me to be as close as possible to what really I am like. Mother-tongue language is the flow of your thoughts, a second language is the attempt to be honestly you.
I discovered that yesterday (February 21) was also "the 15th anniversary of the UNESCO declaration of International Mother Language Day". So I've been "googling" around about machine translators and I found an interesting video in this site (that reinforce my firm belief that it's a sort of blender) :
But I love google translator! I had a comment in Vietnamese last week, I met a thai sweet lady and I chatted with a so kind polish friend, both in FB. A Korean follower has her own blog (http://2sunb.blog.me/) and I've become her follower. How could I've ever done any of this, without my dear trans-mixer?