...and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of.
It's super exciting to have a new little girl on the way since we have so many snakes and snails and puppy dog tails around here!
I have piles of pink flannel for recieving blankets and burp clothes, pink yarn for knitting into diaper bags, booties and hats and all kinds of patterns set aside and saved to my favorites on Ravelry for homemade goodness to welcome out little Mazzy Kaye in April. We just can't wait to cuddle our new little granddaughter!
The pink yarn-y project you see in the picture is on it's way to being a felted diaper bag. I've knit with two strands held together to give the bag some sturdiness. I want it to be able to stand on it's own. When finished and felted it will have a really cute pink elephant appliqued in wool felt on the front. (At least it's cute in my head. Time will tell, won't it?) The bag only has a bit left to go before I can felt, so I'm hoping to have it done in about a week~
The little flannel tag blanket is a small baby toy with a krinkly paper sewed in place between the flannels. Baby's like that krinkly sound and she will be able to hold onto the ribbons, suck on them, slobber all over it and just have a krinkly good time. Yeah!
To see other yarn-y goodness, pop over to Tami's Amis for Work In Progress Wednesdays. Join in the fun and show what your WIP's are this week!