Debbie Bliss Baby Kaftan
Well, it seems that many of you think that I am asking a bit much on the superwash socks. Maybe I am. It’s not too big of a problem, since Aaron says the fuzz makes them softer. However, he also says that it makes them more like store-bought wool socks. *cringe* What a muggle.
procrastinating taking a break from studying, I thought I’d post some FO photos from a sweater I recently discovered in the baby knits pile. I made this sweater about two years ago, certainly with no intention of having a baby who would wear it. I knit it simply because I wanted to learn to embroider. The embroidery project was a failure (at least, on my part) so Aaron figured out how to embroider and he did it for me. I was so impressed. So was his grandmother, who reminded him that his grandfather, who learned to knit for soldiers in World War I, knit blankets for all of his grandkids (at a gauge of 10 sts/in too). There’s certainly lots of needlework skill in his family! In any case, here is your ever willing model showing off her new (albeit a bit big) sweater: