Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Yarn Along {14}

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Between the scorching temps keeping us inside {or poolside}, baby nesting at it's highest, and too much cuteness on Ravelry, I managed to knit up this sweet baby cardigan in the past week! It is such an easy, quick, knit...perfect for a last minute baby shower gift - or last minute the baby needs this sweater right now, even though it is summer and she will not be wearing it for at least 3 months, knit!

I am waiting on buttons that I ordered from Etsy for a finishing touch of cuteness. I couldn't decide on which ones I liked better, so I ordered both sets and will decide once they arrive. I can always use buttons for something, so the ones that do not get chosen will not go to waste!

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I also cast on a Little Hoodlum Sweater for Caleb. He is the only one of my children that has nothing hand-knit by me and the guilt is setting in. Since his favorite color is green, this yarn was perfect for him and this little sweater should get much wear this coming winter!

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Today we are heading to my sisters for a cookout and fireworks. Should be a great day of fellowship and yummy food!!

Happy 4th of July!



Linking up with Ginny!




Jesus replied, "What is impossible with men is possible with God." ~ Luke 18:27

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful knitting and I love Caleb's sweater to be :) We have been poolside as well. It's hot out there!!!

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  2. The cardigan is beautiful! I'm sure it will be even cuter with those buttons on! And I love the yarn color for Caleb's sweater!

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  3. Beautiful baby sweater! And those buttons are precious. The green yarn is great.
    Happy 4th!

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  4. I love that color green - such a great pattern :) Hope you had a lovely day!!

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  5. Lovely knitting! And those buttons - too cute! Green is one of my favorite colors so that yarn is very wonderful looking to me. Hope your 4th was lovely. (I came thru the yarn-along)

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Yarn Along {14}

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Between the scorching temps keeping us inside {or poolside}, baby nesting at it's highest, and too much cuteness on Ravelry, I managed to knit up this sweet baby cardigan in the past week! It is such an easy, quick, knit...perfect for a last minute baby shower gift - or last minute the baby needs this sweater right now, even though it is summer and she will not be wearing it for at least 3 months, knit!

I am waiting on buttons that I ordered from Etsy for a finishing touch of cuteness. I couldn't decide on which ones I liked better, so I ordered both sets and will decide once they arrive. I can always use buttons for something, so the ones that do not get chosen will not go to waste!

Photobucket

I also cast on a Little Hoodlum Sweater for Caleb. He is the only one of my children that has nothing hand-knit by me and the guilt is setting in. Since his favorite color is green, this yarn was perfect for him and this little sweater should get much wear this coming winter!

Photobucket


Today we are heading to my sisters for a cookout and fireworks. Should be a great day of fellowship and yummy food!!

Happy 4th of July!



Linking up with Ginny!




Jesus replied, "What is impossible with men is possible with God." ~ Luke 18:27

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful knitting and I love Caleb's sweater to be :) We have been poolside as well. It's hot out there!!!

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  2. The cardigan is beautiful! I'm sure it will be even cuter with those buttons on! And I love the yarn color for Caleb's sweater!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Beautiful baby sweater! And those buttons are precious. The green yarn is great.
    Happy 4th!

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  4. I love that color green - such a great pattern :) Hope you had a lovely day!!

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  5. Lovely knitting! And those buttons - too cute! Green is one of my favorite colors so that yarn is very wonderful looking to me. Hope your 4th was lovely. (I came thru the yarn-along)

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