A nurse who knits…

April 21, 2007

“Go team, Go!”

Filed under: Dogs,Knitting — yarnnut @ 5:46 pm

Here’s a few pics that I thought you’d enjoy.

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A close up of the buttons I used on a baby sweater.

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A full pic of the sweater
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My little cheerleader
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I finished the baby sweater in December 2006 for my friend Missy’s baby. I hate finishing so much it took me until April 20, 2007 to sew on two buttons. I got the Cottage Creations pattern Common Threads. It’s a very easy quicky no seam sweater which people w/ ADD need in order to turn a WIP to an FO. The yarn is Plymouth Encore which is perfect for a new mom who needs easy care. I hope she likes it.

I’m still working on my Lucky Clover wrap and my airy lacy wrap. I messed up on the front panel and need to frog it back a bit but I just can’t bring myself to do it right now. I’ll save that when I have some good conversation. I’m meeting Susan tomorrow for a knit together. Yeah!!!



  1. Awwwwwwww, too cute!!!!!!!

    Comment by adrienne — April 22, 2007 @ 2:06 am | Reply

  2. Very cute work! Sorry we didn’t get to meet up this weekend to knit. Let me know when you’re free next.

    Comment by Susan Davis — April 23, 2007 @ 6:01 pm | Reply

  3. Hi & welcome to the Elann webring! I adore your baby sweater, Cottage Creations makes such great patterns. Also the cheerleader is beyond fabulous! LOL.

    Comment by Joan — May 8, 2007 @ 12:35 am | Reply

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