Friday, December 01, 2006

Second Verse, Same As The First

Except this one is blue.

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Pattern: Sleeper Sack
Yarn: Plymouth Yarn Dreambaby D.K.
Needles: US 3
Size: Less than 1 lb. (chest circumference: 8", length: 11")

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This set took about ten hours to make and is my last item for Knit Unto Others. It's been a productive two weeks. Items made for KUO and The Preemie Project include eight preemie sized Santa hats with matching booties and two tiny bereavement sets for a total of forty-four hours of knitting.

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15 comments:

  1. Wow! It's a good thing we don't charge by the hour, isn't it! :-)

    Beautiful work!

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  2. Look at all you have accomplished! Good girl!

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  3. You make my pattern look so much better than I can. I've been spending my knitting time on other projects lately, you've inspired me to get back to making the bereavement items.

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  4. You crank those cute little hats out so quickly and the little baby buntings are just too cute!

    And..........I was in LOVe with Herman and the Hermits when I was in the second grade...hehe

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  5. I love the Christmas hats and booties. My son was born 9 days before Christmas and our daughter found a little outfit for him to wear much like this.

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  6. susan b anderson9:08 AM

    That is an amazing amount of work. The santa hats are adorable.

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  7. That's a boatload of chaity items. You may be a winner! Whether you win or not you are a very special person to give so much of your time throughout the year to the little ones and their families.

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  8. Forty-four hours well spent!

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  9. Really impressive! Those items will be so comforting to the families of the little ones.

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  10. Everything is wonderful as always:D Thanks for all you do for TPP! You are a real inspiration:D

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  11. Wow...what a wonderful bunch of charity knitting. The little Santa hats are just adorable.I am sure they will be greatly appreciated.

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  12. Those are just awesome. That is the true Christmas spirit of giving. (found you reading zeneedle)

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  13. Anonymous11:07 AM

    Wow! You have been busy!! As always, your work is just perfect.
    Hugs, Candy
    PS - My computer crashed last weekend and I'm on my husbands. I can't make my log in work so that's why I'm posting as "anon"

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  14. Those Santa hats and booties are absolutely adorable. We are closing in to that time of year again! I might have to make a few of these for UMC in Vegas.

    Bev
    http://bevscountrycottage.com

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~Tracy