Friday, August 9, 2013

On, No, Off the Needles!

Nothing new on the needles this week but a hat to match the baseball jacket which I finally finished.  The pattern is from a Debbie Bliss book called Baby Cashmerino 4 and was a fun project.  I never did figure out about the required Poppas but used some flat silver buttons with snaps beneath them.


I tried to use Mariners' colors and could only fine this insignia which my sister convinced me to use on the back.


The other things that were finished are booties and a hat to match Tea Leaves. (See last week's post.)  There are still TWO untouched full balls of this yarn left plus some leftovers, but I am done knitting with speckles!





Now, back to work finishing that birth sampler! Baby is due very soon. Meanwhile, stop by Patchwork Times to see what others are knitting!

13 comments:

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Sweet, sweet knits, Judy. That little sweater is just too cute! blessings ~ tanna

Judy Laquidara said...

That is all so cute!

Janet said...

Oh, I love the baseball jacket. You knit the cutest baby items, Judy.

sklinn62 said...

How adorable!

Nancy said...

Fabulous knits! The insignia looks great on the back of the sweater - it's adorable.

Teresa in Music City said...

What a cute, cute little jacket!!! And booties and a hat to match Tea Leaves - perfect! You are very prolific with those needles girlfriend!

Dee said...

What a cute little sweater, well, EXCEPT for the Mariners patch. LOL

That should be a Phillies patch. Or maybe even a Rays.

But, I guess since you live in Seattle you felt like it had to be Mariners. ;-)

Just teasing .... it's adorable.

Nancy Kay said...

That is the cutest little sweater! I've never seen a baby sweater done up as a sports jacket...and you nailed it. Great knits!

Becca said...

Oh Judy! That Mariner's sweater is SO cute!

Sharon Chapman said...

Talk about talent. You must have the best dressed grandchildren around. I used to knit but nothing like yours. We really have had a gorgeous summer.

kathy b said...

The baseball jacket is soooooo darn cute. What a great knit finish. I love the speckled booties and hat too. So sweet

Jules said...

It's feels good to be back on my blog. Thanks!

Love the jacket!!

Linda said...

The baseball jacket is so cute!! I think the emblem looks great on the back. Speckled hat and booties too cute...you are so talented...I would love to learn to knit...one day perhaps! Have a wonderful day!!