Lova Babygrow Fia Hat Jonas Comfy Bottoms
One of the nicest things about being a knitter is being able to make beautiful clothes for babies. Whether it's as an expectant mother, or knitting for a close friend or family member who is expecting, there is very little that satisfies the knitters urge to create something special, than crafting those tiny gifts.
Oliver Sleeping Bag Max Babygrow Ludo Blanket
When Katarina told me that she was having a baby, my knitters mind went into thrilled overdrive! I was overjoyed for Katarina and her husband, of course, but I was also ecstatic at the thought of the endless knitting possibilities that lay before me. The ideas tumbled through my mind as I hurriedly tried to finish up my current projects, and I found myself trawling the Ravelry pattern database for hard-to-resist baby knits that Katarina may not have seen.
You can probably imagine that I have a few tiny things on my needles for Katarina's new baby, and I can't reveal much, as these knitted gifts are always as much for the Mum-to-be as for the expected arrival. I thought I'd share just one small thing that I cast on recently as an in-between treat and because I just could resist! These are my version of the baby clog-n-socs by Bekah Knits on Ravelry.
With this precious baby due to arrive sometime towards the end of February, I'm feverishly knitting. There are some truly lovely knits on my needles that I'm excited to give to Katarina . . . all in good time!
(posted by Max)