I showed you the buttons yesterday. Today it’s time to show you where they ended up.
I am getting awfully predictable, telling you how fun it is to dress up little girls every time I have an opportunity to do it, but I can’t help myself. I really do get such a kick out of putting together sweet itty bitty outfits like these.
I usually like to steer away from pink, but I am not sure what happened this time. I seemed to have driven right into it.
All of the outfits feature handknit sweaters from the same pattern (In Threes – an appropriate title, given the number of them here) over tees and pull-on jeans from The Children’s Place.
This one is for my 3-year-old friend Cordelia, who is very petite, and for whom a 2T even looks a bit on the large side. I hope it fits her, but if it doesn’t, I’m sure she will grow into it.
I went with Berroco Vintage in Mushroom for this one. It has inspired me to knit myself something in that color soon. As I was stitching, I noticed it looked great up against my red gingham shirt and dark wash jeans.
Cordelia’s twin sister Natalie gets this set. It is also a 2T. This one really conks you over the head with the pink. Again, not sure what came over me… (I do really like it, though.)
This one was also done in Vintage. Color: Sakura.
This last one is for my niece, who will be one year old next month. I made the 18-month size, which I hope will give her some room to grow. I’ve made this pattern for her before, as you can see here.
The yarn is Knitpicks Swish Tonal in Pearlescent.
And now, cute as they are, I am officially done making this pattern. Three in a row is my limit.
I am so not a “production” knitter at heart 🙂