What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

For a~ BOY


Who wudda thunk~ two sweaters finished in the same week?! (Though they were started long before the weekend.)

This one is the same version as yesterdays (surprise, surprise) only decidedly more BOY.

(PS. Thanks for all the blocking information! Very good to know. I really appreciated it!)

Hope you all aren't getting tired of baby crafts yet. Still have quite a selection to share! (Just wait until tomorrow!)

6 comments:

Terri said...

I read the title of your post and thought you had a baby boy early! I love the sweaters. You are doing a great job, Rebecca!

Bonnie said...

Oh my, I think I like this one better! LOVE the contrast of the bright green and blue!

Sharon said...

I love the sweaters and your new baby too. LOL The kitty is just adorable. I am so glad to see the children cuddling with her. I had a cat when I was a child that I use to dress up and push in a baby carriage. The pictures brought back those memories. Well, it won't be too long for you to have a new precious bundle of your own, can't wait. God Bless and have a safe and easy delivery.

ulli said...

Love the sweaters! I've made those before--so quick and so nice. Love the colors you chose. Can't wait for the real baby announcement. Blessings to you and your sweet family.

Lana said...

This one is so cute!
I saw that they had two sizes that you could make with the pattern, what age will the smaller one fit, do you think?
thanks,
Lana

Rebecca said...

Personally Lana~ I think the small 6 month size is huge, but that is just my opinion. I think it might fit all the way up to 12 months. I know I had made the 12 month size (pink)and Adele' wore it for ages (and beyond 12 months) I actually didn't make buttonholes and instead just pop the buttons through the crochet to "adjust the width" and rolled the sleeves for a time. Because of this, she was able to wear it for almost a year!