FO road trip project

[color=teal]I did 90% of this taveling to and from, and visiting our daughter.
It’s a gift for a friend’s grand baby due in November.
I used TLC Baby yarn on size 4 needles, easy pattern so I could look ot the window.[/color]

That is beautiful! Great job!

That is really sweet, Great job too :heart: :heart:

That is really lovely!

Mama Bear

:inlove: Beautiful! I’d love to know what pattern you used.

Just adorable!! :heart:

What a beautiful sweater and yarn! :inlove:

Oh my goodness my step mother used the same exact pattern for my own son’s first outfit when he was born. I still have it, actually. :smiley: It’s almost exactly the same right down to the little bunny rabbit buttons!

This has brought tears to my eyes, what a sweet little set! Great job! Lucky baby.

It’s absolutely beautiful! What a lovely thing for you to do.

:smiley: That is so sweet of you…just beautiful :wink:

Beautiful!! :inlove: :inlove: Lovely stitchwork!

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Wow, that’s amazing! Such even stitches and the buttons!!

Well done!

[color=blue]It’s a very basic ‘neck down’ raglan. I calculate my patterns as I work and work something different on the body of the sweater each time.

This stitch pattern is: a multiply of 5 sts.
K2 tog, in next st [K1, P1, K1], ssk.

I worked that every 6th row in stockinette st.

I had those buttons picked out for this and when I tucked the yarn lable in the sweater for washing instructions, I notice the color was called “Bunny Print”.

Thanks for all the nice compliments. I’m an “old” knitter and my technique isn’t was it use to be. :frog: I am determined to push on. After all, I have a yarn stash that has yet to be knit. [/color]

So beautiful!

Size 4 needles without looking? Amazing!

Precious :inlove: It looks so soft and cuddly.

Oh so pretty! :inlove: What a lucky baby!

How beautiful! It looks a lot like the quickie baby sweater (QBS). I love the pattern–I want to make the QBS for several paeople I know who are having babies but no one knows what they are having and I think it’s a very feminine pattern! You did a wonderful job!