I had some time this weekend to complete 1 of the projects I was working on and got the pattern written yesterday!
The pattern is now available over at loveknitting.com, in my Etsy shop and on Craftsy.
“The Little Royal” Bunting Bag and Beanie is the perfect gift for a soon to be prince or princess in your life. It’s a quick and easy project that knits up on US size 6 straight needles using DK weight yarn.
I don’t have to work today, so I’ll be knitting away trying to get my Christmas gifts done!!
I’ve finally finished my next pattern and it’s now available to purchase on loveknitting.com, in my Etsy shop and on Craftsy.com.
It’s the “Hooded Hudson Bay Inspired Bunting Bag” for babies ages newborn to 3 months old.
I had a TON of fun creating this pattern and I really hope you love it as much as I do. It’s knit in one piece and then seamed up one side with snaps on the other making it super easy to get a squiggly little baby in and out!
And if anyone is looking for a gift for a baby to be, this one’s for sale. Just shoot me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m happy to say I’ve completed ANOTHER of my projects!
The cute little beanie and bunting bag I was commissioned to make is now done!
I’ve written a pattern for it so you can make one too! It’s super easy since it’s knit on straight needles and uses only knit and purl stitches. PERFECT for the beginner knitters!!
Click here for the pattern! You will be re-directed to the loveknitting.com website.
So, I’ve been commissioned for the very first time to make some baby gifts. Cool eh?? 😀
A friend sent me some pictures of what she was looking for and asked me if I could make them. I said “Sure. Why not? I think I can do this. I have no pattern, but I’ll give it a go.”
Here’s one of the little hats. I’m almost done. Just have to sew it up and put on the pom-pom.
Next I’m going to start on the bunting bag to go with it.
Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! It’s raining here so a great day to stay inside and knit!
I’ve completed the baby blanket for my co-worker and the pattern I wrote to go with it.
It’s a super easy pattern that would work with just about any colour combination – navy blue and light blue, fuchsia and light pink, egg plant and lavender – the possibilities are endless! The trendy colour combination for baby rooms these days is yellow and grey!
I chose to use yellows (Citron and Lemon) for this blanket as my co-worker and his wife do not know what the gender of the baby is.
So if there is anyone in your life that’s expecting a baby then click here for the FREE pattern and get that blanket started!