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Oct 24, 2013 18:28:04   #
KarinStr
 
So after I finally learned to knit that pimpeliese scarf (still doing one stitch my way :) ), I cannot get enough of it. One for myself (first one), one for my daughter, now one for my GD and yes, another one for my friend soon to be started. It is like peanuts, you cannot just eat one.
btw I decided to add that little white button so it will stay on better.




 
Oct 24, 2013 18:31:59   #
Montana Gramma (a regular here)
 
Sure cute on the little one!
Oct 24, 2013 18:41:15   #
nitehawk
 
KarinStr wrote:
So after I finally learned to knit that pimpeliese scarf (still doing one stitch my way :) ), I cannot get enough of it. One for myself (first one), one for my daughter, now one for my GD and yes, another one for my friend soon to be started. It is like peanuts, you cannot just eat one.
btw I decided to add that little white button so it will stay on better.


Very cute! Sweet little one modeling it. I think I felt the same way about knitting fingerless gloves. lol. Yup just like eating peanuts, ha ha. Thanks for sharing. nitehawk. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Oct 24, 2013 18:42:08   #
Alpaca Farmer (a regular here)
 
Oh look at this little darling in her Grandma-made shawl. Lovely, and so is the shawl.
Oct 24, 2013 19:21:23   #
LadyBecket
 
That is adorable and your model is gorgeous!!!!
Oct 24, 2013 19:22:41   #
Mary Diaz (a regular here)
 
Cute!!! :-)
 
Oct 24, 2013 20:01:27   #
redquilter
 
the scarf is really nice but the model is adorable. What a beautiful smile!
Oct 24, 2013 20:05:43   #
edithann (a regular here)
 
Your GD is adorable..beautiful smile and looks lovely in her new scarf. Nice job!
Edie (EdithAnn) :thumbup:
Oct 24, 2013 20:23:09   #
Sue Fish (a regular here)
 
She is precious. Scarf sweet too
Oct 25, 2013 01:00:56   #
standsalonewolf
 
:-D :D
Oct 25, 2013 06:35:52   #
harter0310 (a regular here)
 
Cute and so is your model!
 
Oct 25, 2013 07:03:13   #
SouthernGirl (a regular here)
 
so sweet
Oct 25, 2013 07:57:08   #
Kay Knits (a regular here)
 
So sweet - her smile lights up the world.
Oct 25, 2013 08:21:55   #
Robin Redhead
 
She looks adorable and loves it!
Oct 25, 2013 10:18:12   #
Naneast (a regular here)
 
Both are so cute!
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