Monthly Archives: July 2008

I think he likes them

Remember those bibs I made? I think he likes them! (That would be the Bean eating his bib. He grinned a lot during this episode but that proved harder to catch on film!) (Do you still use that phrase if … Continue reading

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One Year Later

Check out what my little… er eldest… boy put on the other day: I made that vest almost exactly a year ago. And he hadn’t touched it since. I have to admit to having been a bit miffed. Okay, so … Continue reading

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My Grandmother’s Embroidery Box

My mom recently mailed me my grandmother’s embroidery box. I had been telling her how I have this bizarre urge to embroider something, like a kitchen towel, even though I don’t know how and don’t have the stuff. So she … Continue reading

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Bibs for all that drool!

We’re at that stage where the baby drools constantly and gnaws on his hands incessantly. He also seems to love pulling up on his clothes and chewing on those, so I thought perhaps some bibs were in order. Maybe something … Continue reading

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Gift for a California Baby

When my friend Liane announced her second pregnancy, I immediately started plotting baby knits. Making baby presents is quickly becoming one of my favorite things in the whole wide world. Unfortunately. I’m not all that “quick” about it, these days! … Continue reading

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Costumes

Besides making toys, we’ve started to dabble in costume-making! This is a very exciting development. This is a pirate eye patch, requested by the Boo. It’s super cheap and dirty. Crap felt, velcro at the back, sewn together hastily. He … Continue reading

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Instant Gratification

I made my first ever washcloth tonight, finishing up while watching Doctor Who. I don’t know why I don’t make more of these. They’re so fast! And useful! Two of my favorite things when it comes to knitting. Until recently … Continue reading

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