Showing posts from November, 2011

Christmas Fawn

From 'Palm Sized Softies'.

Kokeshi Doll

Finally the pattern is typed up - done in a hurry though so apologies if there are any mistakes.

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Moo Cards!

At the last craft fair I realised I was nearly out business cards.  So I got on the 'puter and ordered myself some new Moo cards.  However this time I got them printed with photos of some of my knitted items on the back.

I love them!

Chrisenting Garb

We're having Oliver baptised this coming Sunday and rather than make a whole new outfit he's just going to wear the gown that I made for Emily - back in the day!

It is rather girly though so I knitted a simple cropped jacket to go over it and a matching bonnet, as it is November and it will be cold.

The cardigan is the Baby Bunting Sweater, just done in one colour, and cropped. I also made the 12-24 month size and made it larger again to ensure it would fit him. This pattern does seem to knit very very small.

The bonnet is from an old Patons book I have. It's supposed to have a lace border but I just went for plain garter stitch instead.

Pretty Gloves

I made these gloves last Christmas for my sister and my mother loved them. So she asked me to knit a pair for her friend who's turning 50.

I used Sublime extrafine merino so they're lovely and soft.

La Princesse et le lapin

Red Hot Irish Gifts

Click on the pic to be taken to see Mary's fantastic treasury on Etsy - Red Hot Irish Gifts

Images from the Market

A little late, but here are some images from the local business market I did in our village last Sunday. Not a fantastically attended market, but I made enough to cover the cost of the stall and a little bit more so it wasn't a waste.

I also got to talk to some lovely people.