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Sunday, May 19, 2013

Stash-busting # 13 - Baby sweater.



Jeg har ikke strikket eller heklet så mye den siste tiden, fordi nå er det en del å gjøre i hagen.
Men jeg har fått gjort ferdig en liten heklet babyjakke av resten av det det gule babyullgarnet.
Jakken er heklet i størrelse prematur/nyfødt, og den er bitteliten (jeg er litt usikker på om den faktisk kommer til å passe til en baby). 
Jeg valgte å hekle den minste størrelsen pga at det ikke var så mye igjen av den gule babyullen, og jeg var heldig, for det jeg hadde holdt akkurat til å få jakken ferdig. 

Mønsteret fant jeg her.


I have not been knitting or crocheting much lately, because I have been a bit busy gardening.
Though I have finished a little baby sweater, crocheted from the last of the yellow baby wool in my stash.
The sweater is in the size premature/newborn, and it is tiny (I'm a bit uncertain whether it actually is big enough for a baby to wear).
I chose to crochet the smallest size as there was only a limited amount of yellow babywool left, and luckily it was just enough to finish the sweater.

The pattern was found here.



Synes den ble veldig søt :)

Jeg ville ikke sette knapper i jakken, så istedet tredde jeg i et silkebånd i livet.


I think it turned out very sweet :)

I did not want to add buttons to it, instead I decided for a silk ribbon around the waist.



Garnforbruk 45 gram.

Nå har jeg brukt opp alt det grønne og gule babyullgarnet som fantes i garnlageret mitt. Det er bare litt igjen av det hvite og det tenkte jeg å hekle en babylue av.


The baby sweater weighed in at 45 grams.

Now all the green and yellow babywool in my stash is used up. There is only a little of the white left, which hopefully will be enough for a crochet baby hat.

18 comments:

Yarni Gras! said...

this is adorable!

Nøve said...

Så nusselig! Det finns helt sikkert noen som vil trenge akkurat den :)

Mistea said...

this is very pretty - I love the addition of the contrast ribbon.
Enjoy the garden.

Gentiana nivalis said...

Så søt jakke! Flaks det var nok garn.

earthenmagic said...

...(O:

Hanne Bente said...

Hej Hilde
Hvor er den flot. Ønsker dig en god da / god ny uge:) Knus Hanne Bente

Ali said...

Such a sweet sweater - love the pattern and the ribbon detail Hilde
Ali x

A wondering star said...

Hei!
Den ble så delikat.
Tenk at jeg heklet en lignende for 40 år siden, og en for et år siden.
Mønstret er tidløst, og med god passform.

Ha en fin 2.pinsedag.
Klem fra Jorunn

Anne said...

Its gorgeous Hilde and I especially like the ribbon touch.

Annuk said...

OMG Hilde, it's SWEEEEET!!!!!!
And so beautifully photographed!
Have a lovely new week! Hugs!

linda said...

It's lovely, it's turned out so sweet, just love it, I think I will have to make one too :)

September Violets said...

This is so delicate and pretty. The green ribbon and the soft yellow yarn just say "Spring"! I've opted to garden over knitting too ;) Enjoy your week Hilde! Wendy

Kristín Hrund said...

So cute and pretty!

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

The baby sweater is so very sweet and the color is very much Spring. Love it. Hugs Judy

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That is the sweetest, softest most precious little sweater! Even my great-grandchildren are too old for baby clothes, but it brings back wonderful memories!

It must be hard to find time for handwork this time of year, when the garden beckons you!

Barbara said...

Oh Hilde, it's beautiful. My little granddaughter was a size 00000 (five zero’s) when she was born one year ago today. It would have fitted her then but not now! Lovely!

Hilde said...

Thank you so much all of you :-) :-)

Edda Soffía said...

This is so sweet, I like the pattern and might try it out.
Hugs from Iceland

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