Thursday, August 27, 2009

coming soon to a friday near you...

pretty button

The baby cardigan I've been working on is done, and it looks marvelous if I do say so myself. I love how the simple colorwork makes it look so fancy, and most of all I love that these pretty little vintage buttons I've been saving have finally found a home. Hooray! They added just the right touch. I can't wait to see the Little Pea wearing it this fall.

I've already made up a matching hat and written up the pattern, and as soon as I get a chance to do a photo shoot, I'll be posting it for a Free Pattern Friday very soon - in time for some fun fall knitting.

I'm really looking forward to sharing this pattern with you, especially since it's been ages since I posted a free pattern here. It's made with one of my favorite yarns, Blue Sky Alpacas Skinny Dyed, which has got to have the best colorways of any organic cotton out there.

Now I'm looking for some other fall knitting projects, despite the fact that I've got a lovely orphaned Komet and a half-knitted toy sloth looking mournfully at me out of the knitting basket. I need to go trawl the internets and see what's new for this season. What are y'all working on? Next on my list is a little Hansigurumi seahorse, which is going to get a rattle inside for you-know-who.


  1. Those are beautiful buttons; Little Pea is gonna be stylin'!

  2. Can't wait to see more; it looks beautiful. Love those buttons. Lucky babe!

  3. Yay, I'm looking forward to it!

  4. i love the buttons. on my needles :: a cabled cardigan for a little girl i know, using coveted squishy rowan cork. and soon to be on is a sweet little boy sweater... this window seems to not like my paste attemots but they will be on my ravelry page.

  5. The buttons look great!

    I am knitting a Baby Poonam

    It's very cute although I ran out of yarn on the arms and it's now a Baby Poonam vest.

  6. oooh
    the seahorse-
    love it!
    i am just trying
    to finish
    the knitting
    i put down
    in may.
    can't believe
    how much
    you get done
    with little pea.


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