Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Late Sneak Peek

Hello Knitters,

I know a while back I said I would post a sneak peek of some knitting I did for my Itty Bitty Group Easter Swap Partner...well here it is! (Sorry it took so long!)

These are made from the pattern Rabbit from the Spud and Chloe blog Spud Says! I made them out of Blue Sky Alpacas Dyed Cotton since I didn't have any Spud and Chloe yarn. They turned great, and are so soft!! This is great yarn, and I highly recommend it for anything baby-related!

On another note, my cousin Ella's 1st birthday party is on Thursday, and we just got the invitation a couple of nights ago, so I've been busy trying to finish the Pig from Itty Bitty Toys. If it turns out, I'm going to give it to her. I sure hope it all goes together well! Wish me luck!!

I'm off and running yet again! The kitchen seems to be calling my name. I hope everyone is having a wonderful week!


  1. This is my first time visiting your blog and boy, do you knit a lot of toys! You're so good at it too. I'm getting ready to take on my first toy knitting project so I'll keep my fingers crossed.

  2. Well thanks visiting!! I do have a thing for toy knitting! :-) I think it's because they are cute, small projects that don't take very long...I'm a bit of an impatient knitter.
    That's so exciting that you're trying your first toy!! What are you making? And don't worry, you will do a great job, and you'll be addicted soon! lol

  3. These bunnies are adorable ........ I really must make one, or two..... or maybe a dozen!! How's Pig coming along? I haven't tried out anything in Itty Bitty Toys yet, but I have big plans.

  4. Oh you must try the bunnies, they are so much fun!! I want to make more, but I ran out of tennis balls. The pig is coming along...I have one toe, one foot, a tail and a tip of it's nose to knit yet, and then put it all together. I'm thinking it looks a bit goofy right now, but I hope it looks better once it's put together.
    I just love all of Susan B. Anderson's books, I can't wait to see what you make first!!
    P.S. Thanks for following my blog!! :-)

  5. Esther,
    Thank you!! They were so much fun to make :-)