Wednesday, October 24, 2012

On My Needles!

My Summer Sweater is finished!!



I know I am biased, but look at that sweet smile!


This is a little blurry, but she looked so cute running with the big leaf!

Now I am working on the Antler Cardigan for Bear and most likely make one for Rogue as well.

Joining up this Wednesday with Ginny at Small Things and Nicole at Frontier Dreams.

15 comments:

  1. O my! How sweet is she!! What a beautiful sweater, and beautiful blog too! There's so many things I want to check out!

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  2. Beautiful! The blue was such a great color choice. I've been thinking of trying the antler pattern, and would be interested to know what you think of it

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    1. Hi Angela! I am really enjoying it. I just got to the cable part and so far so good. I am hoping I didn't make a mistake in using the cotton yarn though. We will see. I will try and post soemthing for the yarn along.

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  3. oh my sweetness! she's beautiful! and the sweater is too!

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    1. The sweater really is fun to make. I want one for my two year old too.

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  4. She is a dolly.

    Love the sweater, you are so talented.

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    1. Thank you so much Jamie. I really love knitting. It helps calm me... sometimes. If the pattern is being difficult, well, that changes everything!

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  5. So cute!! She has a lovely smile, and looks happy to have a new sweater! Everything is beautiful!

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    1. Buttercup is a sweetheart and appretiates all the nice things people do for her. She is such a pleasure to knit for!

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  6. It is beautiful. I love the color. What a cutie pie showing it off.

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  7. Pretty! She is adorable. =) That antler sweater will be awesome too!

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    1. The antler pattern is reallt cool. I got the ebook and it is filled with incredible patterns! Lots of fun stuff!

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  8. Holy cow that's some of the most adorable children's knitting I've ever seen. It's so nice to see a genuine smile in some hand knits -congrats!

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    1. Thank you so much! That is so sweet. I love knitting for me kids and they truly inderstabnd how much love foes into everything I make them.

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