by Linda Permann
I haven’t felt like working on long-term projects lately. I think you can tell. These baby projects are perfect for me right now. They’re rather addicting because they don’t take but a couple of days at most, and they all turn out so cute. I may have to get serious about opening that etsy.com shop. I’ve about made a closet-full already.
There are lots of cute things to make in this book, and I really like Linda Permann’s patterns. Here’s the beginnings of my first project out of it:
I’ll likely finish this tonight. I’m already a couple of rows into the shells that make up the bottom part. I’m doing that part in the solid teal yarn you see in the picture above. It looks so good with that Snowflake yarn I used for the yoke. Have I mentioned how much I love the Snowflake yarn? I love it. It’s a little easy to get snagged in your hook, but all the good things about it outweigh that little caveat. I like that it’s a little bit stretchy, and the color choices are amazing.
For those who keep asking…no, I don’t know that the grandbaby will be a girl yet for sure. Unfortunately, I won’t be blogging a whole lot about it anymore. Why? Don’t ask.