My boyfriend and I are in our early thirties. So it is inevitable that most of his friends and my friends are tying the knot and then creating their own families.
So one of his friends, had a little cute, calm baby girl! She was indeed a treasure! A blessing from above! I was lucky to carry her. My oh, my; this little baby amazed me! She seemed not tired from the christening. She was happy, smiles alot and never cried, even though she was being passed around by her adult guests!
The christening was also the "reunion" of my boyfriend's college friends with their respective partners and family.
As for our present to the little one (my boyfriend was one of the Godfathers of Baby Zoey *(n.n)*). I decided to knit her a pair of booties and a headband. I hope it fits her!
My second knitted booties! Pattern designed by Lucie Sinkler (pattern is for free at ravelry, published in Quick to Knit: Knitting for Babies: Blankets, Booties, Bibs & More, HowStuffWorks, Knitting for Babies: Blankets, Booties, Bibs & More ). The headband was a simple garter stitch. =)
I will be part of an important union of two couples that are very close to me and my boyfriend. This coming December ten days apart, Alex and I will dress up for the upcoming December weddings. *(n.n)*
So I was inspired to knit a bride...
... then a groom.
Presenting, the bride and the groom at The Farm at San Benito.
I just love weddings! It's happy, marry and exciting for the couple and guests! Looking forward to my friends weddings. *^.^*
Thanks for allowing me to post one of your prenuptial pictures (Ronan & Joyce, Lai & G).
Hi there! Here are some of the Little Treasures I made. I am blessed with two great hands for knitting delightful toys. I would like to explore other crafts so join me in my journey in creating anything handmade.