Saturday, October 16, 2010

Needlework: Blue Baby Sweaters, Hooded Cape, Hats, Blanket etc

 This is a collection of different patterns all done in the same yarn. It includes the hooded zip sweaterwhich as I have said in the past is definitely my very favorite sweater pattern! I have been knitting this style of sweater since 1974 when I made it for our oldest child. I have since created it in many colors and sizes. It has been a popular baby gift at well.
You can find this pattern in the Columbia Minerva Book 766 "Beautiful Baby Book, Infants to Four Years" on amazon.com . The pattern is "Jack Frost".
The hooded Cape and pom pom hat is from a "Baby Talk" leaflet 4 on amazon.com.  The cape is crocheted and can be made any length you desire.
The afghan pattern was given to me by a friend and the bootees and mittens, No. 3005, can be found in "Lovable Hand Knits, Infant to 4 Yearsvol. 30 available on amazon.com.


I am linking to many of these BLOG PARTIES

17 comments:

Cranberry Morning said...

I wish I were your next door neighbor! I need some good knitting instruction, one-on-one!

Love your Italy pictures as well! What was your favorite place to stay in Italy?

momstheword said...

These are so beautiful. It must be awesome to be able to knit something and then see them wearing it!

Thanks for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday!

Cassie said...

These are beautiful. I wish I knew how to knit. I admire your talent!

Auntie E said...

A very nice set. Love the Baby blue color.
My Blue Monday link for you

Tricia said...

These are so sweet. I wish that I could knit. Thank you for sharing.

I'd love it if you linked up your project to my Top-toberfest Show and Tell. I'm celebrating tops and tees all week long. I think that little ones need tops too. Please feel free to link up this, along with any other tops you've made. The direct link can be found below.


http://leafytreetopspot.blogspot.com/p/top-toberfest.html

Tricia leafytreetopspot.blogspot.com

Lily said...

I found you on the monday meme, and I am just loving all parts of your blog. I'm a crafty-type person myself and I am enjoying seeing your posts! I'm going to follow!
~Lily
www.neverfadingwood.blogspot.com

Tanya said...

So lovely! Perfect gift for a new little jellybean.

Chanda Vanderweide said...

hello! Im a new follower from the wed. bloghop would love to have you follow me back :)
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Kathy said...

I am inspired to finish a blanket I have been working on for quite a while! Beautiful baby clothes & blanket!
Kathy

Maridith @ Strictly Homemade said...

Wow these are great. I wish I could knit something like this. What wonderful gifs.

I would love for you to join me at my linky party "Gifts From the Heart" I am hosting on the 20th of each month. Plus this month I am having a give away. Hope you will join me. Have a blessed day.

www.strictly-homemade.blogspot.com

Cozy Home Scenes said...

Such a cute baby set! I crochet, but would love to know how to knit too. I've tried, but the 2 hands thing threw me off. I'm sure these preccious gifts will be used and enjoyed with lots of love.

Cass @ That Old House said...

Oh, lovely baby togs!
I had two girls, so didn't do much in blue, but this brings back memories, and my niece just had twin boys!

What weight yarn are these? I am not sure I have the patience or nimbleness of fingers to use baby yarn; sport yarn maybe.

Cass
visiting from Bloggeritaville

Joy said...

What a sweet baby gift! Thanks for linking to Fantabulous Friday @ mommaskindacrafty!

Miri said...

This is just so wonderfully sweet. Truly an heirloom-to-be.

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

very fun. I love working with yarn. Are these all crochet? Or is there some knitting too? Both are fabulous! Thanks for Linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

Holly said...

Absolutely fabulous! You amaze me with your skills.

Beth said...

Thank you for linking up this beautiful ensemble to Fibers on Friday! It's gorgeous!! Hope to see you back again :-)

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