I think I love this yarn! Is it a pinky/mauvey color?? It looks so soft! Gotta love the organic cotton!
What a simple, elegant little sweater. Such a lovely color, it will coordinate with so much.
Aww Penny - it is so nice - and very similar to that AWFUL colour you used previously (tongue firmly placed in my cheek)Got any of that yarn left, mate???? Please make something else in it - just to stir the pot!!I love everything you make honey bunch - you are so innovative and I find you inspire me to do better!!Beautiful work as always Pennywith love
Penny, I've been lurking around your blog for some time, have come here via a couple of yahoo groups. I love your work. May I ask if you used the same needle size for this as for the previous "nut" sweater? This one looks smaller/denser, but I wonder if it is just the photo size. . . Either way, I will have to get some of this cotton to make one of my own, I keep knocking my monitor over trying to "pet" your pictures! It just looks soooo touchable!Many babies due this year at church. Much knitting on my needles. I don't know what's in the water there, but I'm not drinking it!Pam in Ohio
Penny, it's a cute sweater! I like how it turned out! It looks really stylish and pretty!
These sweaters are ADORABLE. Real inspiration. Thanks for sharing. Ignore the rude comments. They are not worth the space they take up. Your colors are great. My son is a red-head and when he was very little, I made him a grey sweater with little mouse buttons. Some felt it was "too old" of a color for a one-year old, but he looked fabulous in grey. I believe in ALL colors for babies and kids.
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