Monday, September 22, 2008


...No sewing at all for some days... but very nice weather for outdoor activities...
This weekend we took a trip to the woods to pick lingonberries...
as you can see on the pictures...Autumn has come a long way up here in the North of Sweden...some strong winds and the leaves will go... I made some jam and it sure is lovely... sour and sweet at the same time... :)

Tomorrow I will have a posting about some Angelic matter...
so keep out Angel Story Members... :)


  1. I am eagerly awaiting fall her in North Carolina. It is my favorite time of the year. I have never even heard of a lingonberry but they sure are beautiful, aren't they?!

  2. Those berries look delicious! Your pictures are fabulous. How do you do the picture collage and then put it on the blog?

  3. Your jam jar looks like it's filled with little jewels *yummy*

  4. I have been following you for a while, and found you through the stitching room.
    I have enjoyed all the lovely many parcels that you have received and the dolls and the beautiful sewing projects!
    Today however you touched off a deep memory for me, so i had to say hi!
    Lingonberry preserves, oh how it takes me back to my childhood! My Gran used to make a sorbet out of them, and OH how sweet and tart it was, but i loved it!
    thank you for the memory!

  5. Lingonberries....mmm never tried them but they sound delicious! I read about them in a historical fiction novel about a Swede newly immigrated to the US and he told his new US bride about his mothers mouthwatering lingonberry jam.
    Well now I know what they look like! The jar in the middle of your picture looks so nice, wish is were sitting on my shelf!
    Bec xxx

  6. those berries look so pretty!! love your autumn pics!

  7. Your jam looks and sounds yummy;) Don't you just love the Fall?

  8. Love the fall pictures. They are gorgeous. Your jam looks sooo yummy. Have a great day! Em

  9. I have a couple of jars of imported Lingonberries in the pantry right now. It is a must to have over Ostkaka, and rice pudding also. Yum. A son gave us a couple of bushes a few years ago but they didn't grow well here. Maybe we planted them in too much shade.

  10. Oh Stina, wish I was closer to share some of that jam!

  11. Homemade lingonberry jam, that´s something special! Together with meatballs or fried Baltic herring or potato girdle cake.... Yummy!

  12. that is the cutest take great pictures!!

  13. Mouthwatering! Mmmmm.... your lingonberry jam looks soooo yummy.
    What a lovely treat to celebrate autumn & winter.*S*

    P.S. Have you got my e-mail about shop?? Hopefully, you found good solution.:-)

  14. Just what does that berry taste like? I've never heard of it. Looks like a cherry or raspberry??



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