Friday, October 22, 2010

Baby wrap -wrapped up

I finally have my baby kimono ready.
Today I finished embroidering the tiny pink roses and the green leaves. I didn't want to be quite plain so I think this small detail came in just nice. The little baby princess has an older sister and I want to send something for her too and I am considering a knitted scarf or a headband.

For the baby wrap/kimono I used this Lion Brand pattern, and I recommend you visit the site. They have some amazing patterns for all ages and most of them are for free.

Back to Lion Brand. I am currently obsessed by this.

Isn't this gorgeous? And it is also for free.
Would love to make this for myself. Maybe if I start now, I'll finish it in a year or two. What do you say?
That's why I like sewing more. You draft the pattern, cut the pieces, sew them together and you have a piece of clothing in a jiffy. With knitting it is a totally different issue. You have to work laboriously and for a long time (and curse a bit when you realize after a bazillion rows that you've made a mistake) to actually make something presentable.


KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Maya, it's absolutely precious. I love the colour you chose.
PS {I also love your obsession.}

Papgena Made It said...

but knnitting is so fun!! And in the winter so cozy!!! :)
The baby kimono is beautiful and the embroidery detail makes a big difference.
I'll say go on with your obsession!

Cucicucicoo said...

oh, i love the sweater! i just might try it myself, although i'm not very good with knitting and after my last attempt to do something which i couldn't get going properly, i'm feeling a little put off by knitting. i also love the grown-up sweater. i'd love to see what you do with it! :) lisa

Jodi Wade said...

Thanks for the link! That is a beautiful cardigan, you really should make it! I am knitting a pullover at the moment - it does take so much time!

Lolo Sinclair said...

Fantastic your baby kimono. I love the color that you chose! I love knitting too. When my daughter was a little baby I knitted a lot of sweaters for her. It was fun!

Lolo :-)

Nina Lise@Mrs Moen said...

I found your blog through Papgena Made it and have enjoyed looking around. I particulary love your brooches and necklaces; beautiful!
And yes, do join in on the napkin challenge.-)

RheLynn said...

Wonderful work!

ByNightCreations said...

Please, tell me I didn't just read what you said about knitting as I am just beginning - and trying to convince myself it is soooo long and slow before I get to sse the result ;-)
That cardigan is super cute! Go for it!

Maya Kuzman said...

Oh Nat, but it's the truth. It does take so long until you get to the end. Especially with the work load I get stuck every day.
Although no sewing can be compared with a quiet winter night in the coziness of my armchair and the presence of my little family, with a knitting project on the needles!

Beth said...

I agree! I like sewing so much more then knitting! I tried, but I can never finish, it takes way too long, then you look at the piece and think, why did I want this?
Thanks for stopping by Sand to Pearl
and your necklaces are adorable. I really need to make myself some again, but every time I wear them Little Man tries to rip them off.