Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Yarn Along


I am working away on another Milo and enjoying it. I love knitting this little vest, and I am pretty sure it’s because soon it will be on a lovely little bundle of joy. Oh how I love babies.

On the reading front, it has been doula reading all week long, all of it interesting and teaching me so much. So excited to be on this path, and looking forward to sharing in the birth of so many lovely little ones.

What are you knitting and reading this week?

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Linking up with Nicole over at Frontier Dreams for Keep Calm Craft On

Linking up with Ginny over at Small Things for Yarn Along.

43 comments:

  1. Wow Kim, you are really on a roll. I agree with you about babies add wish I had a reason to do a little baby knitting.

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    1. I am and really hope it keeps up :) I am happy to have a reason to do some baby knitting, love it!

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  2. These little vests are so sweet! I've had the pattern queued for quite some time now and I think I should get to knitting at least one!

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  3. I love those little Milo vests! So cute!

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  4. You really are cranking out the vests!! My favorite color is still the rich brown one :) Lovely knitting!

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  5. Ohhh your milos are just adorable! I love seeing your knitting each week :-)

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  6. Gorgeous!

    Ah, I've seen to many Milos lately. My niece is turning 1 in a few weeks; I may have to knit one up for her.

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    1. Great idea, bet she (and her mama) will love it :)

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  7. I keep admiring that Milo pattern but I don't have anyone to knit it for at the moment. Yours are turning out really well!

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    1. Thanks. Hoping you have a reason to knit one soon :)

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  8. Many Milos- They look lovely and really are flying off your needles!

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  9. So sweet! You're going to be an amazing doula!

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    1. Thanks Lisa, I really hope so. I feel very passionate about it.

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  10. Those Milo vests are lovely. I share your love for babies....such little blessings and miracles. Have a great day!

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  11. They are so cute! I think the pattern may have jusy jumped up my queue a bit :)

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    1. Thanks, it should, they are a really great knit.

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  12. Such great colors on the Milos! I have yet to tackle one, but have it in my queue to do soon (after a baby blanket, and a baby hat, and finishing a baby cardigan . . .)

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    1. Ah, so much knitting to be done. Hope you enjoy knitting the Milo.

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  13. Wow! You are just pumping them out! Way to go!!

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  14. Your Milos are adorable! I have a friend who is a doula. I think it is a wonderful thing to be!

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  15. those vests are so sweet. i really like the brownish one... alot. hmmm maybe i need to make a milo for my SIL's baby. i don't think you can have too many hand made gifts for babies. :)

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    1. Never too many handmades for anyone as far as I am concerned :) The brownish one is my favourite too.

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  16. Such fast and lovely knitting!

    Thanks for the posts - I've been enjoying them, especially the last two about your little man :)

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  17. The vests are gorgeous! They will look great on a little baby!

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  18. Oh I love them! Very cute. On a different note, I deleted your comment just now by accident. ( darn iPad and its tiny buttons!)

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    1. Thanks Kathleen.

      Oh no! I will stop by again :)

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  19. sweet, sweet milo! i'm about to co for one myself and i'm looking forward to it - such a cute little sweater vest!

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    1. Thanks Amanda, enjoy knitting your milo :)

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  20. They sure are cute and the colours are gorgeous. That is a very practical little vest.
    Enjoy

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  21. I found you!!! :)
    For some reason your profile doesn't show up when you leave comments on my blog :(
    I wanted to say, that thankyou for all the lovely comments you have left over at my blog.
    These vests are so perfect. I love there simple design. One lucky little baby who'll be cosying up in them :)
    Your newest subscriber :)

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    1. So nice to see you here :) And thanks for stopping by, I love your blog and so enjoy reading it and sharing in your days.

      And thank you, I sure hope the mamas whose babes will be wearing them like them too :)

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  22. Popping over from Ginny's read a long. What a gorgeous little vest, I've this vest ready to start for my little ones and seeing yours all knit up makes me see how wonderful it will be for little ones.

    http://ruthsrunningstitch.blogspot.ie/

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