Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Some finished projects

Woody dishcloth pattern that I turned into a bib for one of the two baby's that are due this spring.

Baby bib from Mason dixon knitting also for one of the two baby's that are due this spring.

Baby Kimono from Mason dixon knitting. I used cotton ease and buttons instead of the ribbon because the two babys that I have to make gifts for are both little boys. So, I thought this would be better. I also added snaps to help the kimono stay in place better. This is the first time that I have made this patten and overall I am very happy with the way that it turned out. I will be making another one soon.


Kelly said...

Very cute bib. What a great idea. I also really like your sweater. Guess I should pull out my book and try it for all the babies popping out around me.

Keep up the great work.

DawnK said...

My daughter is working on a baby kimono. It's almost done. I've been furiously working on a mason-dixon burp rag, which I'm almost done with. My cousins have been having babies left and right!

Great job, on your stuff. I love the Woodstock!

Nautical Knitter said...

Love, love, love the Woodstock bib. Too cute!!


bib is so cute! Such a nice way to use those great dishcloth designs!

susanmark said...

HI < I like the woody bib.Have you knit any Mason Dixon burpcloths? I've made several. They are useful and easy to make.

I turned my Woody into a kitchen towel and sent it to an exchange partner to go with the cloth she knit.


Tally said...

What a cutie!!!!
I was making things like this many years ago, but probably have lost the patterns during moving and no knitting time.
For the next baby around I should knit up a little sweater like yours again.