Wowzers, another long break was taken since my last post here! I *do* have a very good excuse, though… my son was born in early February! Yay!
In keeping with the baby theme, I wanted to post about a knitted bib that I made for him during my pregnancy.
When I made it I didn’t know he was gonna be a boy, so I tried to keep the colors gender-neutral (though now when I look at it I think it’s a tad girly).
The bib is made from 100% cotton Sugar n’ Cream yarn.
The pattern is from the book Knitting for Baby.
It took some intermediate/advanced skills (picking up all of the stitches around the curved edges was a real pain) + tools (circular needles). I rented it from the library, it was the only item I made from the book so I’m not sure how easy/difficult the rest of the patterns are.
Here’s a photo of my little sweetpea, proudly modeling his handmade bib! 🙂
Total time: 6.5 hours
[The only one I’ll make, since it took so long! But hey, it’s an heirloom piece.]