Tuesday, 3 August 2010

3 Little Cardigans

Morning again, so another quick visit, I have more knitting to share with you today, but first thank you so much for all your sweet comments on Alfred the Owl and my Ottoman made me very happy when i checked my emails.
So babies, as you are aware my friends have been busy (so to speak) so i have been like a demon making things, in particular these 3 cardigans were all made up in a week. I have used my trust Bitty boy bump pattern which i love and can now nearly do off by heart. This time i used a less chunky wool, i normally use Seriously Chunky by Cygnet but i have used King Cole Comfort Chunky. So photos, one for a girl, one a boy and one a 'surprise'.

Phew! see why i havent been scrapping much lol, the Red one is for a 6-12 mths old but i thought it looked quite christmas like.
I have loads of scrapping and loads more knitting stuff to share with you, but i cant make myself late today, you dont wanna know how fast i ran for my bus yesterday but made it to work at 8.29!
Its Knit Night tonight and we are moving location, we have been meeting at the West Yorkshire Play House but it closes for the summer, so we are going to Starbucks on Briggate if anyone knows it and wants to come down from 5pm.
Anyway hope you like them, bye for now
happy tuesday (or as happy as you can make it lol)
p.s oh yes i must share my monster update with you soon, its cute!

4 comments:

Serendipity (Christine) said...

So sweet - love the red cardi. I don't know where you find the time to do all this! :-)

Anne said...

They are beautiful! What lovely gifts - I may have to add knitting to my list of crafts to learn!

JO SOWERBY said...

ooh i love the red one. enjoy knitting night. i always think opubs are a g8 idea for knitting personally.
Jo xxxx

knit one purl one hick!

libby said...

Oh, my, gosh, these are just the cutest little things. WAY better than the white knitted cardigans I was given for my babies. You should sell these in your shop!

Libby

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