As I promised yesterday, I completed the baby knitting I was working on so I could donate it at church today. It was a close finish, though. I sewed the last button on at 7:30 this morning and the service Goodnight and I attended began at 8:30. Luckily, we live close to the church, otherwise I may have had to ask GN to drive while I sewed on buttons.
NOT YET!!! She is only fourteen.
I hadn’t intended for the baby all-in-one to resemble something that I knit last fall for someone in Indianapolis. I just wanted to use up the last remnants of my Super Scarf yarn. But my knitting needles ‘told’ me what to do and once I began knitting, I caught myself laughing out loud as I recognized a familiar . . . um . . . friend. The one I donated to church this morning was a LOT smaller and didn’t require nearly quarter million stitches. The photo on the right is of Blue, the mascot of the Indianapolis Colts.
With the above baby all-in-one, I have used up all the blue and white yarn I purchased for the Super Scarf Project!!!
The fun thing is that I have a tree day weekend and that means two more days off – to knit! What shall it be??
Happy Sunday! Happy knitting!