Saturday, 26 July 2014

Lemon Ripple.

This beautiful ripple pattern baby blanket was knitted by Margaret for a friend at work. As you may of noticed this pattern looks great in any colour combination. Just have a look at previous blogs and you will see what I mean. The handsome chap in the other picture is Findlay the Fox and he has been adopted by Margaret's daughter, Karen.

If you want to get ahead get a hat! Our charming model was kitted out in a hat and scarf combo created by Norma in Wendy Duo. And in her spare time, Norma crocheted this practical little shawl in sock yarn for a neighbour.

 As you are aware, rabbits breed like......rabbits! The Cuddle Bunnies and Dribble bibs were made by Janice and were quickly snapped up by members of her family as gifts for Mums-to-be. I bet they were thirlled to bits with such cute gifts. Janice also managed to complete a lovely Aran Jacket for her....Just in case box.
Stephanie found this pattern in an old magazine and rattled it up in no time. he was particularly pleased with how easy the edging was to do. The edging consisted of just two rows. Have a close look at the the little button that Stephanie chose to complete the garment. The finishing touches score high on the cute scale.

Not as cute as Stephanie's baby jacket but eminently practical is this pair of socks that I knitted for a friend.

Audrey had two finishes this week. The shawl was made for a friend's baby and I was struck  by the finishing details. A very special shawl in which to show off a new baby. The 5m length of ribbon was only £1.75 from Hobbycraft. The little baby hat and and bootees make a superb gift for any new baby.

Here we have a picture of an amazing wedding sampler that Audrey had made as a gift for her nephew's wedding. Unfortunately, Audrey was unable to bring the cross-stitch into the S & B  as she was a wee bit short of time and had already handed the gift over.

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