Friday, September 2, 2011

Yipeee, finished objects !




This week I'm passing GO or WIP Wednesday and going directly to Finished Object Friday .  The first of the finished knits is the baby cardi that was in need of some buttons . Imagine  , after much second guessing I went with these truly unoriginal buttons . Better safe than sorry . It was gifted , well received , tried on , and it FITS ! Stella should be able to get a few months wear out of it this winter .



Next up is this crocheted baby hat . I needed a little something extra for Stella's christening and found this sweet little hat on ravelry . It was really quick and easy , though I did have a few issues with the flower . I 'm more of a knitter than a crocheter so it took a bit of work for me to 'get' it . All in all I'm pretty happy with it .



Last but not least.... finished socks ! These are another pair of socks for  the Warm Hands Network . The deadline for the next shipment up north is the end of September , so I could possibly get at least one more item done before I have to send everything on . Better get knitting !

For more finished objects head on over to Tami's  blog .Have a good weekend !

7 comments:

Minding My Own Stitches said...

What a cute cardigan. I like the buttons you chose - they don't distract from the contrast colour bands!

I shipped my stuff to Warm Hands already - I don't like to rely to much on Canada Post delivering in a timely fashion. Those socks are sure to be appreciated!

Rachel said...

love the cardigan, the colours are lovely, some great projects xx

Nicky said...

These are too adorable!!!!!

Dee said...

That has to be the sweetest little cardi EVER!!! Congrats on all the finishes.

Chrisknits said...

The sweater is sooo sweet!!! Love it. Cute hat too, and the socks rock!

Donna M said...

Congrats on all your FOs! It does make one feel good to get things finished!

Kathleen said...

Wonderful FOs! The cardigan is wonderful---great colours and pattern, and the buttons are totally "classic" rather than "unoriginal." ;)

And I adore the stripes on those socks.