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Thread: More Baby Sewing and Knitting This Weekend!

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    Oh those are so cute! and the matching hats!! Made me smile big time!
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    Thanks everyone! I'm having a blast being a grandma!
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    Darling outfits and oh so cute cotton shrug. I looked up the knit pattern. Can you tell me the cost of the pattern. It was in Euros. Did you find the pattern beginner friendly. I have only knit blankets. thank you!

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    Copycat, the pattern is $6.75 at LoveKnitting.com.

    It is an intermediate pattern, not really beginner friendly. The hardest stitches in it are M1R and M1L... make one right and make one left. These make right or left leaning increases, to follow the raglan lines of the sweater. If you are a determined beginner, you can look up YouTube videos to show you how to do these stitches.
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    Adorable outfits. The fabrics are so pretty and those babies are so beautiful. You did a beautiful job on the rompers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    Copycat, the pattern is $6.75 at LoveKnitting.com.

    It is an intermediate pattern, not really beginner friendly. The hardest stitches in it are M1R and M1L... make one right and make one left. These make right or left leaning increases, to follow the raglan lines of the sweater. If you are a determined beginner, you can look up YouTube videos to show you how to do these stitches.
    Thank you for the pattern info. sewbizgirl. I will look the stitches up on u-tube. I have a friend that is an advanced knitter to help me as well.

    Enjoy spoiling your beautiful grand daughters and please share your future projects with us.

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    Is that Tula Pink fabric? You have got to be the coolest grandma ever -- love the outfits!
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    Quote Originally Posted by copycat View Post
    Thank you for the pattern info. sewbizgirl. I will look the stitches up on u-tube. I have a friend that is an advanced knitter to help me as well.
    An advanced knitting friend to help is all you need! You will learn some new skills.

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    Is that Tula Pink fabric? You have got to be the coolest grandma ever -- love the outfits!
    Not Tula's... The bluish one is "Treasure of Nature" by Jason Yenter for In The Beginning. The pink/green one is "Winter News" by Cori Dantini for Blend.

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    Oh! my! I want one of those shrugs! What a sweet pattern and your knitting is superb!
    Thanks, Giv! I just noticed the designer has made an adult version of the shrug pattern too.
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    SBG- do they look alike or is it just me???

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    SusieQ... they are cousins. Both look primarily like their daddies, who are in-laws. They don't look that much alike to me, except to both have the baby chubby cheeks and chins. They are both beautiful little girls, each in their own way.
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    They sure are!!

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