When I wanted to finish the bright one, I all of a sudden couldn't figure out where to sew or not!
Luckily I have my very own knitting encyclopedia: my mother!
She has knitted for years and years, and in the past we hardly ever saw her without her knitting in her hands, whenever she had a spare moment.
Sadly she no longer knits due to the fact that she had a stoke 7 years ago, and got lame in her right hand side.
Actually she has knitted a scarf since then using "knagerække strik" - with the use of only one hand. I don't know what this specific technique is called in English, but it's done like you see in the picture below.
But my mother hasn't lost her huge experience in crafting...So she could give me a useful piece of advice to move on with the "Djævlehue".
Now I will not start any more knittings before the "Ansigter" and "Stikkelsbær" are done!!! Honestly!
(Oh, how I love the fact, that you can't see whether my fingers are crossed or not ;0) )