Today I did my last final here in Groningen, now I've finished studying for my bachelor's degree! I feel a sense of relief that it's all over, especially the writing of my thesis. But I also have some mixed feelings because this also means no more studying in the Netherlands. I'm both excited and scared about my move to Helsinki. But I guess it's only normal ;)
Special to the Estonian way of knitting is incorporating little 'nupps' when knitting. Nupp is Estonian for button (see my studies can come in handy ;)). Nupps are made by increasing 5 or more stitches in one stitch in the knit row and then purling all of these stitches in the purl row. When first adding nupps to your work it might seem a bit hard but practice is all it takes! It sometimes also helps to change your needles or your yarn.
Below are some more pictures of this luscious soft and warm scarf.