Tag Archives: Babies

Baby Surprise Jacket — A Puzzle!

Elizabeth Zimmerman’s Baby Surprise Jacket pattern creates a truly bizarre-looking piece of knitting until you fold it up correctly. It seemed like a good gift idea for friends of ours who like puzzles, and they were conveniently coming over for … Continue reading

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Serging

For Christmas, my awesome in-laws got me a serger.  I promptly started taking classes, and having all my time sucked up by that.  Last week, I finally got a chance to pull out the machine and take it for a … Continue reading

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School has Eaten My Brain

Hi all — sorry for the lack of blog posts recently.  I’ve just started taking some classes again, and they’re currently eating my brain —  the winter intersession intensive course is over, and now I’m taking 3.5 courses for the … Continue reading

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Baby Surprise Jacket

As I mentioned yesterday, I’m *very* distractable when I’m knitting on a deadline.  Instead of dilligently working on my big project over Thanksgiving, I took a break for a quick-knit baby sweater for a knitting friend who is due in … Continue reading

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“Daddy and Me” Sweaters

Last year, I went on bed rest in August.  As I looked at as many as two months ahead of me, confined to my house, I was, to say the least, a little nervous.  A couple of days later though, … Continue reading

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Belated: Swap Gift, part two

Ribbed tube socks.  A friend pointed out that tube socks are outgrown slower than socks with a defined heel, so I figured these would be a good choice for a fast-growing toddler:

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A Junie Cap for Jack

My Ravelry due date group did a first birthday swap recently, and I made a Junie Cap for my swap partner’s son, Jack.  It ended up smaller than my first attempt, but still a little large on Jesse.  Luckily, Jack’s … Continue reading

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