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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Yarn Along


Off the needles.......

 ..Rompers for my grandson. Still needs sewing up and the press studs added to the legs, with a little crocheting around the arm holes. ( I think my table could do with a polish, oh well there's knitting to do!)


On the needles..


...........A cardi for the newest grandchild due any day now. Better get a move on!



And I'm reading 'Bitter Greens' by Late Forsyth. It is an historical novel, revolving around the fairytale of Rapunzel and set in the times of the Inquisition. I do enjoy historical novels, how about you? 


Wander on over to  Ginny's (just click on the Yarn Along button) to see what's on other people's needles and hooks.

10 comments:

  1. So much beautiful baby knitting in your world Kate. How very exciting to be waiting for another grandbaby, I know you must be beyond happy!

    PS- The bowl on my blog is from a gourd. Look at the previous post, I am have a giveaway if you are interested.

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  2. Lucky little people in your life. Our family just welcomed a new baby niece this past weekend. I do love historical fiction. I find myself drawn to the stories and spend time researching the topics when I complete the fiction.

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  3. Oh the baby knitting! My kids are getting out of that stage now...and I am onto toddler and little girl knitting...but I have a new niece of nephew on the way this fall, and I am looking forward to putting something together. Which means I better start soon, it will probably take me until the fall to finish something :-)

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  4. Those stripy pants are the sweetest!

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  5. Love love love the baby knitting!!! And another book added to the growing list! Thanks for sharing! and this will grandbaby #?? (I have 7--keeps me knitting, too!)

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  6. The baby knitting is soo sweet.

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  7. I love the romper! So adorable!

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  8. My goodness , your knitting is prolific!! Such cute rompers - I love babies in good old-fashioned outfits!

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  9. I love historical novels! Is Bitter Greens any good?

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