Thursday, August 06, 2009

A Knitting Day for Clara


Clara started a new knitting project today, these daisy stitch hand-warmers from Purl Bee. She's working hers in a wool/mohair blend and is just about to make a hole for her thumb. Beyond what her mama can do!

14 comments:

Paula said...

I think I will give those cuties a try. The girls will love them as christmas gifts. Currently I am working on a vintage crochet bed jacket in the most delicious peakcock blue. I can't wait for it to be finished. :)
Blessings
Paula

jonella said...

Those are gorgeous! Please post a picture of the finished product. Ps - I love your blog.

Goosey said...

How clever of her to knit like that, you seem to have the perfect life....please tell me things go wrong sometimes!
Love looking at your stuff

JMS said...

She is just gorgeous! I cant believe she is only 11.

JMS said...

Oops just realised it was Clara not Bella. I still think they are both amazing though.

Sharon said...

Just beautiful! Clara is doing a wonderful job! I love the yarn and colors she chose:)

Thanks for sharing!

Sharon

Kathryn said...

Very nice knitting, I'm currently working on some socks from the Purl Bee, I love that site!

Mrs.Rabe said...

Beautiful! Beyond what I can do as well, but maybe one day!

Jenn in GA said...

just wondering if clara might put some pairs of those on your etsy site.

i can't knit at all, and those would be great for the "warm" winters here in GA.

Anonymous said...

Oh, Anna and all -
Hasten to Goosey's blog (handmadebygoosey.blogspot.com) and get a load of her May 5, 2009 post. Sakes alive, what a quilt!

Buttercup

Linda said...

Oh - good for you Clara. I love the stitch and the color is my favorite. You're doing a wonderful job.

Angela said...

Clara is such a talented young lady! I've got this pattern on my to-do list - it looks really cute. She picked a lovely color. can't wait to see them finished.

Amy said...

My mother made some from that pattern out of a wonderfully soft bamboo yarn. I applaud Clara for her knitting skills...I'm only a couple months younger than her and can barely knit a plain square potholder. :-/ Can't wait to see the finished product.

Kimmie said...

So cute! And thanks for sharing where she found the pattern, I have bookmarked it for future use.

Soon it will be time to have Avianna where your beautiful knit dress...she looked so cute in it last year. I am working on a pair of knitted bell bottoms for her to wear underneath it. (*my first pattern I've followed without help.)

((hug))
Kimmie
mama to 7

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