Friday, December 10, 2010

Knitting Again

I knew my urge for knitting was starting to come back and last night I had the opportunity to start (and finish!) this little project:




I had to size the pattern down quite a bit in order to fit Elise's little newborn bum- but the end result?


Perfectly Precious!

36 comments:

  1. What a sweet baby you have...makes me miss mine being small

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  2. She's so beautiful. Look at that hair. That soaker looks nice and cozy for her little bum too.

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  3. She is so delicious! May you know much joy from her!

    OT, I am making Aravis with Aran Organic Merino from indigodragonfly and it is wonderful! Thanks for the pattern!

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  4. Awwwwwww. Sleeping babies are the sweetest, ever. Glad you find time to knit some. Hope you're sleeping a bit, too.

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  5. that is SO cute!! I love that book! Every pattern is a winner :-) She's precious too.

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  6. Oh, she is SO gorgeous.

    The knitting's cute too!

    PS really hoping I will have time to pick up needles over Christmas break, because Aravis is calling to me!

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  7. she is adorable, enjoy every minute they grow so fast! As a mother of a 22 & 25 yr old, I miss those times.

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  8. OMG how adorable!!! It is so hard to believe the 2 year old who runs around my house like a mad man was ever that tiny.

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  9. OMG...she and it are adorable! Great job!

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  10. She is just precious, so adorable! The soakers are nice too.

    Charlene (keppygirl)

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  11. She's so adorable and am so glad you got your "knitting fever" back!

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  12. Oh my goodness - she is the sweetest little cutie pie! And I think she looks awesome in mommy's handmade knits!!

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  13. You got the book?! I want it too... love the patterns. Love the diaper cover, it's darling, as is little Elise! Can't wait to see you guys again soon. :)

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  14. oooh, the cuteness!! she looks so precious. great soaker!

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  15. OMG! What a cutie. Makes me wish (for a moment) that I had one--even though my "baby" is soon to be 35 (on 30 Dec) and she has a 6 year old herself. Babies are so precious and fun to knit for since everything is small and doesn't take a long time to knit. I really enjoyed knitting for mine and my grandchildren. Take care and take time to enjoy her--they grow up so fast. She really is precious and we love seeing pictures.

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  16. Oh my gosh --- how adorable and so retro!

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  17. Aww, so adorable! I love baby bums in wool soakers!

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  18. Beautiful baby and beautiful cloth diapered baby bum.

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  19. Oh she is precious and how adorable does she make those soakers look!

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  20. cutest little bum! I can't wait to try this pattern - we've hopeful a newborn is going to be in our lives soon

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  21. Adorable! And I love the soaker too!

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  22. She is so cute! I miss her already! Amanda

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  23. Adorable Elise and so are the bottoms! What yarn?

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  24. SO precious! Look at the dark hair.

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  25. adorable! I have that book and it looks so wholesome and sweet in cream:)

    she is adorable! I have a 9 week old here and behind with plenty of things around here too

    corrie:)

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  26. Is there anymore information you can give on this subject. It answers a lot of my questions but there is still more info I need. I will drop you an email if I can find it. Never mind I will just use the contact form. Hopefully you can help me further.

    - Robson

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  27. That is the most adorable thing ever! Congratulations on your little Elise! Babies are the best creative projects ever! I have that book and haven't knit any of the projects yet and now I'm feeling completely compulsive about it! Thanks.

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  28. This post inspired me to knit some of my own (well, not MY own, but for my baby). I just posted about it with a link to you here: http://www.aestheticnest.com/2011/02/knitting-soakers-and-scarflette-for.html

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