Knitting and running are my way of meditating / clearing my mind. I sure needed a lot of meditation last summer while both kids were driving me insane. Add to it hours of sitting in a car on a way to upstate NY, Vermont and Canada and back and I have plenty to show for it.
Dress / Vest
Love this pattern although it took me many hours and a lot of ripping until I was happy with a size.
How many of these skirts can I knit, you ask? As many as the number of friends and cousins Julia has.
My favorite hat pattern.
I wish this jacket pattern came in Julia's size.
I used a skirt pattern for a doll and modified it into a toddler size.
Instead of giving a present to a friend when her child was born, I gave it a year later. Never too late for a hand knitted present, right?
The cutest pattern I came across so far. Had to make it for a baby in our family.
Since I was away and had no other yarn, I used the leftover yarn from a turtle to make a sweater and a vest. Not the best yarn to use for the clothes, but it's a machine washable which parents with babies appreciate.
I'm almost done knitting something for David. I need to dry it in a dryer in order to shrink it a bit. I'm keeping my fingers crossed it'll work and I'll post a picture of it next time.
Have a great weekend. If this rain ever stops, our weekend will be filled with soccer practice, soccer game, ice skating lessons, apple picking, drum lesson, swim team practice and going to a local carnival.