Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Progress Report

This past months has kind of been the month for baby knits, have you noticed?  No sooner did Little Sailor Girl hop off my needles than Sheep Yoke Baby Cardigan jump on. I made this cardigan for a good friend last year when she had her second son...


...I loved it so much that I knew I would make it again when I was having my own children.  Anyway, that was the picture from last year- right now mine looks a little something like this:



I love this part of a project- the part where you know a few hours of work will bring you to completion.  The end is in sight!

In other progress- this WIP seems to be coming right along as well:


I am now 28 weeks along- I can't believe the third trimester is already here!  I'm feeling big and daily activities are getting a little harder each day, but I know I still have a long way to go.  But, I have to think about it like this- I'm a little like the above sweater- mostly done, just a little finishing left...but definitely in the home stretch (yikes!). 

9 comments:

  1. It won't be long now! So exciting!

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  2. you're still so tiny!
    i need to cast on asap.

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  3. Cute sweater, and of course the baby will be there before ya know it!

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  4. That jumper is so sweet, have just added to my favourites on Ravelry. You are looking fab! I'm 4 weeks behind you and am looking loads bigger (I'm blaming it on it being my 2nd baby!). Despite being over half way through I know what you mean about feeling like there is a long way to go!

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  5. the sweater is looking great, and so are you!! Wow, the third trimester. what an amazing time!!

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  6. I keep catching myself staring at baby knitwear and thinking about your little one. There are so many amazing designs out there!

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  7. Oh how I envy cute pregnant people. You are so cute and tiny. I think I was that big at 3 months! By the time I was 28 weeks I was so huge and I couldnt go anywhere without people thinking I was going to give birth on the sidewalk. Also I was constantly asked if I was having twins or triplets. Fun times. :)

    Congratulations. Being a Mom is a wonderful thing. :)

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  8. Wow the cardigan is gorgeous and the next one looks as though it will be too. You shouldnt feel bad if you cant do as much as you get bigger, you just have to remember that your body is doing a lot more work growing a little person in there which is the most important job in the world!

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