When my cousin’s baby was born a little early, I made a stack of impossibly-tiny sweaters. They may only fit for a couple weeks, but it will be a cute couple of weeks!
This is a step-by-step tutorial on the Beloved Bonnet pattern. Grab your pattern, yarn, and needles, and let’s go!
I really really really love handspun yarn. A day will come, I suspect, when I will direct a slice of my time and attention to learning and practicing spinning regularly. Now is not the moment, but that doesn’t dampen my enthusiasm for the end result of hand spinning!
When knitting for kids it is always advisable to knit a little bigger rather than a little small (more wear for your hard work right?!). However, for newborns, it seems you can’t knit small enough, and they fit for about 5 whole minutes.
A few weeks ago I combined my speckle obsession with my current need to constantly knit sweaters for my kids. I knit Hunter a bright and cheery speckled Lush sweater!
Last May my littlest baby Neve was oh so new, and after feeding, nappy changes and loads of sleep my one work task of the day was to take a photo of her in her extensive knit wardrobe! Well, May is here and we’re excited to do it all over again!