Sunday, September 09, 2007

FO: Pea-green baby jumper

Simple baby jumper I started on the way back from Japan from some leftovers of my main project (which is still top secret as is a xmas present).
green baby jumper - close up

Yarn: Knitpicks sock yarn solid. No idea on the colour - GREEN. Very soft stuff this yarn, probably much better for baby clothes than socks!
Pattern: My own, a top-down raglan worked roughly from this guide then with a zig-zag patterned stitch I made up on the plane as a way of stopping me go mad from the simple st st. I'm pretty pleased with this stitch, it gives a nice drape as well as texture.
Needles: Addi 80cm 2.75mm circs, using magic loop.

green baby jumper

14 comments:

marit said...

Cute!

Christy said...

Very cute.

kathryn said...

That baby jumper is lovely and thanks for the link to the Top-Down Raglans
patterns page. It is so useful :)

Kelly said...

Gorgeous. You put me to shame in the fact that I have been pregnant for six months and have only knitted a pair of socks for the baby!

jess said...

awwww

purls said...

I like the zig-zag pattern, simple but works

Stacey said...

very cute! love the rich, dark green!

Deb said...

I'm really pleased you didn't have your needles confiscated during your travels - I'm always a little wary flying out of the UK with needles as the BAA website has kntting needles on the "not in hand luggage" list, despite what the airlines say.

Am pleased to see that the Illusion socks that you entered in the purlescence storyteller competition have finally been published - I've been keeping an eye out for them for a while.

Kimberly said...

Nice color, nice pattern..you are amazing!

pamela wynne said...

Very cute, and a perfect green for babies.
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