Saturday, June 23, 2007

More Baby Pants

Thanks for all the lovely feedback I received for the baby pants. I forgot to mention in the last post which wool I used, it was Bendigo Classic which of course is now available to everyone as they have finally joined cyberspace. I received a few emails asking if I was going to sell the baby pants in my Etsy shop. If you are interested in the rainbow pants I have listed them as a custom made and will take orders for them, as there is a fair bit of knitting involved I thought that this would be easier than making a pair up in each size. I have just added these so that I could have an example of a plain pair.




If you look closely you will notice that the flower is knitted, not crocheted as it appears to be. I have just bought Nicky Epstein's Knitted Embellishments which is already starting to get that well used look.

It seems that I am not the only one who has a little business venture going on at the moment. My good friend Rachel has started Tall Grass Yarns and has some beautiful colours on offer and some very clever names she has chosen too!

Oh well that is about all for now, till next happy knitting.

11 comments:

Shelley said...

Those baby pants are so adorable! I love the little flower on the knee - so cute!

tiennieknits said...

How very cute!

amanda j said...

Simply gorgeous! I'm sure they will sell. Thanks for the link too!

Procrastiknitter said...

((HUGS)) Sharon! The pants are so so cute! I went to the website too! Thanks for the link!

Kate_knits_a_bit said...

Hmmm, maybe my small person needs some of those? After everything else gets done, of course! ;P

2paw said...

Is some of that wool "you"??? The baby pants are very cute and your flower is beautiful!!!!

Ann said...

That's a beautiful knitted flower - you are such a clever knitter!

Dipsy said...

These little pants are so adorable - how very, very cute! The fact that the flower is knitted makes them all the more special - you did a wonderful job with these! Congratulations!

knitseashore said...

What beautiful baby pants! Those are going to be so popular.

I hope your family is well and NSW is returning to something like normal soon. My friend in Sydney told me about some of the damage and it is so sad.

MrsDrWho said...

Too cute!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sharon, Love your blog and see that you are in Launceston. I'll be there next Friday and Saturday and was wondering if there are any good wool shops or handspun places to visit? I'm going to Waverley Wool Mill but that is all so far. Many thanks Lea.