Baby Jumper: Done

I am just flying through my knitting WIPs like a proper Stash Bust Army soldier.  As I mentioned on the podcast, baby Joseph (nephew) was born yesterday and, proving that I work best under pressure, I finished his baby jumper today.  I am quite happy now that the purple is not too girly.

This was Erika Knight’s Classic Cashmere Sweater, which I knitted in Baby Bamboo (Sirdar).  It has turned out ok.  Not the most exciting of patterns though… I think I would have preferred something with a cable in or a a v-neck… or something a bit more exciting to knit.  Nevertheless it is very cute.  Enjoy…

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2 Responses to “Baby Jumper: Done”

  1. 1 susetheslowknitta 18/09/2010 at 5:19 pm


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