Monday, July 28, 2014

Ta Da!

Lady Kina is DONE and FINALLY dry!  She was blocked on Friday and didn't dry completely until this morning. Many thanks to my sister for the button from Alaska. It worked out perfectly.



While waiting for the drying to happen, we had some fun with Max and Stella. She's just learned to point. (and is now standing!)



Max looks hesitant in this photo, but don't be fooled. He loves to swing and....


so does Stella.  Guess whose hat she's wearing?


It's good to be back home!

13 comments:

Nancy said...

The sweater is gorgeous. I love that design and the color of the yarn. Great job!

Sweet photos of the "littles."

Teresa in Music City said...

Oh isn't it lovely to be home?!? Take a deep breath and just relax :) I am in LOVE with your Lady Kina!!! Not only is it a beautiful sweater, it's BLUE!!! Is it worked neck down? Too too cute!!! And you're right, that button is perfect :)

Dee said...

Congrats on the beautiful sweater! It turned out great.

Max and Stella are adorable. I think Max is wondering who is going to give him a little push! :-)

Debra Spincic said...

LOVE the sweater! Perfect!

Caffeine Girl said...

What a darling sweater! Not as darling as the grandchildren, though. You have two beautiful ones!

karen said...

the gathers at the yoke are what make the outfit! lovely sweater :)

kathy b said...

Wish I could see the button better. THE sweater is amazing

the kids are too dang cute

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Judy, that sweater is wonderful!! Looks like one that would get LOTS of wear time! Oh, your little loves are growing up so fast! {sigh} Pure sweetness! blessings ~ tanna

Janet said...

Beautiful sweater and fun photos of the grandkids.

Mereknits said...

YOur sweater is gorgeous and those little ones are too!
Hugs,
Meredith

kathy b said...

Hey i think the closest yarn shop is in Long Grove…a bit far for you……when are you coming iN??????

Nancy Kay said...

Oh what a CUTE sweater!! The kids' pictures are adorable.

desertskyquilts said...

Such a cute tiny sweater. Isn't it amazing that it takes as long to do a small one as a big one? How does that happen?