What I have done....
A baby girl blanket that started as a snowdrop shawl that was created by the YarnHarlot, you can't really tell from the picture but the one end was a corner I created and it's very pointy. It also needs to be blocked but the baby it is for is due way too soon to block it and have it for them at the hospital
And this is a double ten stitch blanket created for a baby boy, I really love this pattern even though it's only really garter stitch. It went by really fast once I got it down. Again this one needs blocking but the baby is going to come before I can block it.
These hooded blankets are based on a baby blanket kit I got from Herrschners and unfortunately is not available anymore. I love these blankets, they are super cute and are just waiting for the baby's they will belong to. Whenever they are born.
This is one of many Merets I have made in the last year or so. My friends love them. I had a gorgeous teal one that seems to have disappeared since winter was over.
What I have started....
Another Meret to replace the one that is missing, I don't have any more of the teal yarn left unfortunately.
The beginning of the Milly Vest from Knitty I love the look of this pattern and once I'm able to fit it again it will be finished, hopefully.
A few pairs of baby booties that I found a pattern for on Google. Most of them are just missing the buttons except for the one bootie that still needs to be sewn together. I love these little things and they are a super quick knit.
Many hooded baby sweaters. These things are adorable, they zip up the back. My Grandma gave me this pattern and she knits these in a day or so, I take a little longer. They all need the ends worked in and the zipper sewn in.
What will be on my needles next....
Another Razor Cami, I made one already but I want another one. I love them.
Oh there's another thing I've been working on....
Our first baby is due in about a week, not sure what it's going to be hence all of the boy and girl baby knitting. I will let you all know what it is when it's born.
I hope I gave you some insight into who I am and my knitting life.