Have finished my first knitted project for the bebe! Ta daaaaah . . .
Aw, super cute! If your baby has a giant head, you'll have my mom's sympathy. She finally gave buying hats for babies 4-5 because all of us had such giant noggins.
As a fellow gestating knitter, I would love to see what projects you end up deciding on making! I am totally bewildered by all the brillions of options.That hat is ridiculously adorable.
beautiful! i admire your talent in this area. i cannot knit a potholder. they tried to teach me in yw, but gave up. it was that pathetic. my talents lie elsewhere, or so they tell me.
Cute! I will have to go stick than one in my Ravelry faves.Jason and his siblings were all very large, so I'm a little concerned for when the time comes for us. But good luck to you with that big head thing.Ow.
Oh I love it...so super cute. Hey, I was thinking since I'm living back up in SLC...we should knit sometime if you're up for it. I really want to learn.
So lovely to see you posting more. We've missed you!Word verification: hyperUm, not so much, no.
very very cute.
Darling. Did you use that knitting-in-the-round technique with those fancy needles for that? I'm thinking I'd like to see you do that sometime so I can see. Then again, maybe I should just finish that scarf first and focus on the basics . . .
I think that someone should invent a jumpdrive that gently fits in the beginning of someone's ear (therefore there is less germs). Then, you can copy all of your talent (and wit while we are at it) onto the freshly sanitized jumpdrive. It can be re-sanitized and then I can put it in my ear and I can copy it into my brain.
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