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1  Valkyrie Hat in Knitting: Completed Projects by mediocrates on: February 04, 2009 02:08:44 PM
Knit this hat for a wee one, which is why it looks just a little bit small for my DH, who is shown here modeling it...

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2  Yoda Naranjada (Baby Yoda Sweater in orange Argentinean alpaca/wool) in Knitting: Completed Projects by mediocrates on: February 03, 2009 02:17:14 PM

Got this yarn in Argentina on my honeymoon, and sat on it for months and months trying to figure out what to do with my precious souvenir yarn.

When I found out I was pregnant, this is the first thing I knit. It ties on both sides of the wrap, so even if she's a wiggly little monster, I should still be able to get her into it. Smiley

Haven't blocked it yet. I figure if I leave it unblocked, it might fit her at six months, and I'll block it eventually to make it a little bigger so she can wear it longer!

Btw, I could not be a bigger fan of knitting baby clothes. Such instant gratification!!
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3  Oliver + S Bubble Dress ("The Fishie Dress") in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by mediocrates on: February 02, 2009 10:03:16 AM

Hi all! Here's my first completed project posted to craftster. I'm really proud of it, and couldn't find many completed pictures of the pattern online, so wanted to share!

I'm expecting my first little one in April, and have been making clothes for her like crazy (mostly knitting). This is my first attempt at sewing teeny-tiny clothes, and I couldn't be happier with the result.

I do, however, wish I'd laid it out better before taking the picture - the neckline and hemline really are much straighter than they look when flopped out on the couch.

The pattern was super-easy (I did a lot of the sewing late, late at night, during the accident-prone hours), and the fabric (from Heather Ross's Mendocino collection) was so much fun to work with!

Now to knit up a little orange swing jacket to go over it...

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