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Monday, 28 February 2011

I hope at least one is a girl :-)

I thought I would share my industrious last few days with you......




Last night I put the finishing touches to the latest knitting.  I know it's a girly one but I have 5 babies I'm knitting for at the mo and surely one of them with be a girl?....the wool was just so pretty  :-)

Oh and I've already started the nexy little knitty  :-)  I'm on a roll.


 The other items I thought you'd like to see are ones that will be appearing in the shop over the next few weeks.



This is one of 4 pen rolls I've made.  









This is the first ribbon holder I've designed.  I really loved making this and hope you girls like the idea.  I've made it so you can just hang it up on a hook and your ribbons will then just loop through the ring.  And cos I like it so much ......









.....I just had to make a few more  :-)












Now girls, don't forget to pop over to the shop today to see who has won the apron and to put your name down in the next weekly draw with your comments saying what you think of it.  Thanks girls for all your great help with comments and suggestions....they really do give us an insight into what you girls need to make crafting life easier.

13 comments:

oneoff said...

Sweet little hoodie, and I love the crafters' accessories.

Bx

KC'sCourt! said...

I love the hoodie, it very pretty - was it knitted in King Cole Melody?

The ribbon holders look great, they could be used for embroidery threads too....?
Julie xxxxxx

Di said...

What a cute little hoodie! Am just loving what you're making - lots of great ideas for us crafters ;) Di x

Julia Dunnit said...

You never stop! Five babies..aw. Yep, surely there'll be a girly n amongst! The ribbon holders are lovely, what a fab idea.

triciasconfetti said...

To get five boys would be just too unfair. Odds should give you at least one cute little girl. Love the 'hoodie' with its pixie top and great colours.
x Tricia

triciasconfetti said...

Just got this blog post and thought you might be interested to try this pattern as a boy top. Looks relatively simple for fair-isle and with the lovely faux fair-isle wool you can get these days probably easy to adapt. Hope you don't mind me sending you this. http://www.purlbee.com/the-purl-bee/2011/2/27/whits-knits-baby-girl-fair-isle-cardigan.html
x Tricia

Karen said...

Awe....thats lovely Annie!!! ooo I do hope that one is a girlie for you too :-D

I am LOVING that pen holder...off to see HUGS XXX

Gez said...

Beautiful creations Annie. Fingers crossed here for at least one girl! Love everything you have made..xx
I wondered the other day about a full length apron..something I definately need preferably with long sleeves!! hehe.. Have a great week..xx

When I am Rich said...

I do admire people who can knit fast. Reminds me of the little cardigan I began knitting for my daughter when she was a baby. I had to keep undoing it and starting on the next size because she grew faster than I could knit! I never did finish it ...

mckinkle said...

Gorgeous baby make Annie, I love the delicate shades youve chosen.
Im going to enjoy seeing your new little makes as they appear!

Keryn x

mashy20 said...

OOOOOOOOOOOO Hope I have a little girl! Love the cute little hoodie! Clever mum! xxxxxx

Tracey said...

It's beautiful Annie....keep on knitting! xxx

Susan Allan said...

The knitting is lovely. The colours in the yarn are so nicely blended and it looks so soft and cuddly. You are so inventive and you have made some incredible things. As ever, Annie, you astound me.
Sue xx