Today I visited the Japanese Teahouse which is a part of the exhibition of our Textile and Industriemuseum (TIM) in Augsburg. This Teahouse, a design by Kengo Kuma a japanese architect, is made of textile and it is filled with air, like a balloon.
In front of the Teahouse two kimonos were exhibited.
On my way back home I came across these places:
(Un)fortunately my LYS is on my way home, so I have to look inside and of course I need to buy something.
And at home I discovered that the postman have brought me this little treasure:
I have to buy it cause I will join Jane Crowfoot’s Crochet Club 2014.
And I found our new felted garden decoration.
And need to take a picture of my last finished pair of socks using Rowan Yarns Fine Art in shade Raven.
But now back to knitting! What’s on your needles?
One thought on “A short Visit at the Japanese Teahouse”
Konrad, You live in such a beautiful place. I’m glad you visited the tea room…. I have been worried rpthat you were blogging and knitting and not getting out at all! 🙂
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