A little bit of cute

I finished my other little knitting project! About as complicated as a potholder and as big as a dishcloth, it was just my speed. I love the sunshiny blast of cuteness that it turned out to be – makes me think that a little certain someone really might be coming to see us in not too long!

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19 thoughts on “A little bit of cute

  1. That is simply adorable! So sweet and delicate! I think I must learn to knit. I don’t have babies any longer but sometime in the not so distant future I hope to have grandbabies.

  2. That is SO cute! Very cheerful! Where did you happen upon the instructions? So far, I don’t have any daughters (just two rugged boys who would look a tad too feminine in that little number), but I have a good friend who loves to knit and has a sweet little girl. I think this project would be right up her alley. πŸ™‚

  3. So much cuteness for being so teensy tiny. Are they really that small in the beginning? Could I really have forgotten already? Way to go for being so productive AND pregnant!

  4. That is SO cute. Hey, I finished a dish cloth the other night. It was one of those patterns that uses two strands of yarn. It was my first time with the two strand thing, it turned out to be simple.

    Thanks for the encouragement to keep working on this art. πŸ™‚

  5. How darling! and i LOVE the pillow behind it, too. πŸ™‚
    I’m working on the same sweater, but sized to fit me … so sweet to see a finished one. πŸ™‚

  6. So tiny. At first I thought it was for a doll! It is adorable and will be even cuter when the little one is in it. You must post a picture of that when it happens πŸ™‚

  7. Hi all-
    The pattern is the February entry from the “Knitter’s Almanac” by Elizabeth Zimmermann. It is called the “baby sweater on two needles”.
    Good for you making the lady sweater. I made one right before I got pregnant this time, wore it twice, and have ever since been extremely unflattered by it! I think I may have to redo the sleeve situation – and the buttons – or maybe just start over from scratch. I guess I mostly just have to wait and see – you can never tell at this stage what you might end up wearing again!

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