What a cutie. Look at that cheeky little smile. Looks like she is thinking about mischief.
How precious. Lucky daughter.
I think the bright colors are wonderful. So cheerful and fun.
Lovely. I bright colors work very well with the pattern.
Great job. He will grow into it quickly. Adorable.
A baby boy set for my friend's expected great-grandson. It is a wonderful Marianna Mel pattern called Barclay. I chose to knit the sleeves and hat in the round using magic loop instead of knitting flat and seaming. Her patterns are so easy to follow and the results are wonderful. My friend gifted this set as part of a baby shower and the mom-to-be was very pleased. The yarn is Sensations Cuddle Muffin which has been in my stash forever. It is very soft. I found the buttons in Joanns.
So pretty. Love the contrasting buttons. Great job.
My grandson gifted me yarn for Christmas and I decided to use some of it to knit this little caterpillar for my best friend's expected grandson. It was such a fun knit. Instead of knitting the legs and sewing them on, I used attached I cord. It worked great. It's a free pattern by Kimberly Chapman available through Ravelry.
He is adorable. Perfect for a little boy to cuddle.
I live in New Jersey and found many local libraries have knitting and crochet groups. I now belong to two of them, each in different counties.
So cute. They certainly add something special to the hats. Great job.
That is so adorable! I see a yip yip in my future. Thanks so much for posting it. You did a great job. We all need something fun to knit. My needles are beckoning to get started, but alas they will have to wait before other commitments are finished.
Very nice for a baby boy. Love the colors.
First of all, it is beautiful. I would back it with something light, perhaps flannel so it is soft. Nothing heavy. I always put a lining on intarsia to cover the ends in the back. It is so much neater and there is less of a chance of the ends coming undone. You put so much effort into creating this blanket it would be a shame for the back to get caught on something and pull. Little fingers find almost everything to fiddle around with. Looks like an heirloom to me. You do beautiful work. Kudos.