Saturday, November 28, 2009

Little knitting

Do you remember my little niece? She has grown since you met her last time, the small lady is seven months old.

But it's not the only reason why I wanted to show her fresh photo, taken today when my brother and his family stop by.

It's about the cardigan too. I knitted it a while ago and already forgot I have it, but now, when I was reorganizing my craft boxes, I found it again.
Fits perfectly to little Kaisu (Kaisu is her name and means Cuddly in English. Not very popular name and first I thought my brother is joking, if he told the babies name, but now everyone is used to it), although there's enough space for growing too.

The yarn is ordered from Ebay, from some kind of Chinese seller. Pure wool, extra soft and warm. Not like Estonian wool which is often itchy and uncomfortable. Chinese sheep have probably more sun and daylight than ours, it makes a difference :)

The jacket was knitted months ago, but knitting kept me busy today until midnight. Wanna know what I did? Still too early to tell, but I'll give you a hint with this photo:


Mami Made It said...

Your niece is so cute and beautiful!

Betty said...

Hi Ann,
OMG! she is a cutie!!
Hope you're having a great weekend!

Lorina said...

Came from SITS..

I love knitting, although I am not all the great. But I still enjoy it.

Cute pic!

Kool Aid said...

How cute! I'm just learning to knit (still working on the basic scarf) but I love your things. I'll be coming back for more. :)

Visiting over from SITS

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Ms Bibi said...
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Ms Bibi said...

That is so pretty. I can't knit if my life depended on it. Raised in Slovakia most of my aunts could knit and they would knit me the most beautiful things. I miss those days.

Stopping by from SITS.