Friday, November 20, 2009

Modeling the Wares

Lots of projects are happening here but since some of them are gifts, I can't show them now. Fortunately Jill sent me these photos of Daniel and David modeling some of my creations.
Our Happy Boy!
Doesn't Daniel look cute in that hat? It's a good thing the sweater was finished and delivered in October because he is growing so fast that this won't fit very long.

Since chilly days have returned to Chicago, David has rediscovered his dinosaur sweater and pronounced it, "The best sweater in the world." Thank you, David!
Dinoboy


Better late than never, my TUSAL jar really does have something other than yarn in it. In fact, in this photo you can see a piece of boning from when I made a nursing cover for Jill. And squashed in between the yarn are snippets of embroidery thread from the Gail Pan Christmas BOM which isn't going to be done this year even though it's coming along. Two family weddings in the spring of 2010 (our younger daughter and her cousin, our only niece) are going to turn my creative efforts in a different direction come January.
TUSAL

13 comments:

Lapplisor said...

Judy, you have for your pretty grandchildren wonderful knitted.
David sweater would also my grandchildren very much. They also love the Dino's.
Your new header really looks great .. I laughed so much :-)))
♥☼♥Barbara♥☼♥

Dee said...

Your grandboys are ADORABLE! How could you not fall in love with those smiles!

Soooooooooo...are you sewing a wedding dress?

Pat said...

your creations are just wonderful and the grands are cuties, too :)

Cat said...

Great pictures! Cute cute cute!!!

Rian said...

You are so talented! And I agree with David that the dinosaur sweater is the best sweater in the world.

Prairie Thistle said...

Great pictures of happy kids.

The turkeys on your blog header bring back memories of having to carry a stick every time we went outside at grandma's. She had this big, mean old tom turkey that would chase and peck us, if we didn't fight it off. When Thanksgiving rolled around, Old Tom ended up as the main course, and I've never eaten a tougher turkey in my life.

Sharon said...

Hi Judy, I love those sweaters you talented lady. Especially the dino one. Those boys are so cute. I think are bunnies have gone underground around here. I did see a bobcat chasing on in our back yard. That was the day after I had met you. The bunny won!!!!!. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Sharon

Barbara C said...

What a great smile the baby has: he's a perfect knitwear model. It's nice that David can wear his favorite sweater again. They do grow fast, and those knitted items have to get some wear before they're outgrown.

Linda said...

The picture of Daniel really made my day! He looks unbelievably cute!!!
(Nice hat too...)
xo

punkin said...

Thanks for stopping by the blog. The pictures of your grandbabies are adorable.

Library Gal Quilts said...

oh so cute Judy! Indeed the best sweater in the world! and those smiles are contagious! Happy T day weekend! xo Pam in Chico

Kathy said...

Once again, cute grandchildren and oh how Daniel is growing. Your sweaters are adorable too. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.

Charlene said...

How fun - perfect models for your perfect knitting!! What beautiful smiles they share in their favorite woolens! :-) As quickly as they grow, you could be in a constant knit cycle, don't you know? But will your tusal hold it?