Aedyn is ten months old tomorrow. It’s amazing watching him grow and explore the world. We are taking him to the fair on Thursday so he can see the animals.
I can hardly believe he is seven months old already. Time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping into the future…
Turned on the Ten Commandments just in time to see Moses talking to Zipporah. She is “spinning” wool. Being a total fiber geek all I can think is she’s holding her spindle upside down.
I am too busy enjoying my grandson to post anything.
Corrected and needle ready. The pdf can be downloaded here
An Annie original.
Luthien is a triangle shawl.It is 60” across top and 23” down the middle to the point.
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I am working on a kerchief pattern. I have fallen in love with kerchiefs. I may not wear a scarf because they hang down and get in my way but a kerchief just hugs your shoulders and keeps your neck warm. I want to make a pattern accessible to new knitters or people who have never knitted a kerchief before. It’s been an interesting project since I haven’t ever designed a kerchief before. I want to walk the knitter through it with lots of instruction and help. I am wondering if anyone is interested in knitting along with me.
Just blocked this hoodie for Aedyn. Real easy (and free) pattern! Off the Bernat Softee baby yarn label. I used Bernat Jacquard yarn which is a self striping yarn, so it does all the work for me. Made one in sherbet and pink for my brother’s daughter due in Oct.
I’m working on a blanket in blues and browns. His room is going to be in blues and browns. I’m also working on a bear hanging that will spell out his name. I’m looking for a pattern for stars or moons, maybe something stuff-able. The pattern is for balloons but his theme is going to be bears and stars. It’s an old annie’s attic pattern. I made one for Tim when he was a baby.
They’ve decided to name him Aedyn Jace. A nice Irish name.