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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The sweater

The hoodie is finally finished, but the model might surprise you.  Wasn't this Doug's sweater?  Well, yeah.  But when he tried it on, he decided it just wasn't his style, so he gave it to me!  It is apparently too artistic for him.  So he decided he wants a simple green one, and, to keep my interest, brown cuffs and hem.  He is so silly.  Well, at least this hoodie is fun and relatively quick to knit.  The kids have all put their orders in, and are trying to decide on colors.  Don't worry, everyone, I am still making a purple one for me. 


Quick, everyone go find something to knit!  

If you can't knit, now is a good time to learn.

10 comments:

Enid said...

ohh my look at that precious belly... Ahhh I do need to knit me some dishrags....I have always wanted to do a jacket or sweater for me, someday someday! The sweater is Gorgeous great Job mamma!

lusi said...

Heidi that looks amazing! Well done to you!!!! And you look gorgeous :)
Love Lus x

Mommy Set Free said...

I love it! I wish I could knit....it's on my "list"!!! :-)

Andi said...

Oh Heidi I love it! Thank you for the reminder I need to go knit my slippers....arg....why does that always seem to be pushed to the side....great job!

Carmen Bruno said...

It looks great Heidi! good for you. i love knitting, it relaxes me. So glad to see you and baby are doing well!

singing mama said...

Such a cute sweater Heidi!!

I taught myself to knit last year cause I SO wanted to!! But it takes me FOREVER to knit anything! Any tips? What stitch is your favourite and quickest to do?

Luv donna

Heidi said...

Thanks, ladies! Tough question, Donna. In my experience, the easier the stitch, the longer it takes me. Why? Because I get bored. If I have stripes or a yarn over or something to think about, I move much faster. I can guage my progress by the stitch repeats. Unfortunately the stripes didn't look that great on Doug lol.

faelih said...

Well it sure looks lovely on you! It might be a good time to learn how to knit, but I sure can't even crochet a straight scarf... hahaha. Oy vey. I try. :).

tribalmama said...

The sweater is beautiful. I have never looked into knitting...someday. I only began sewing a year ago. :)

This is my first time here and I see you are expecting blessing 6, me too! We have raised chickens for years but are still on the fence about milking goats or a jersey cow.
I'm sure to be stopping by more often.
Shalom

Heidi said...

Welcome, tribal mama! I hope you enjoy your time here, and congrats to you, too.

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