Wordless Wednesday: Baby Knitting

While hastily sorting through photos recently for a photo book I was compiling, I forgot about posting some pics of the baby tunic that I knitted for my friend, who just had a little girl last month.
 The pattern came from my go-to baby knitting book, Easy Baby Knits by Claire Montgomery.
 It's a sweet jumper/tunic pattern, which I love because it can grow with the child, starting out as a dress and moving onto a tunic.
I knit it in black, one because my friend is still kind of into goth stuff, but also because I like making baby things that aren't the typical pastels.  Now I just need to get a photo of the new babe wearing it!

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Amy @ Coffee with the Mrs. said...

That's just adorable. You are so talented. I wouldn't know where to start on something like that. lol

katy said...

That is so cute! The know the mother will cherish that dress.

Ammie said...

This is gorgeous! I love the depth the black adds to the sweet baby garment, and your stitches look perfect. :) I'm with you--the versatility of a specially knit item that grows with your baby can't be topped. Maybe I'll check out this book sometimes, too.

karenmed409 said...

Beautiful work, I wish I could knit, I have seen so many items I would love to make

blueviolet said...

That is about the cutest little dress I've seen in a long time. In fact, it's so cute, I would wear it in my size!

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