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Baby Hoodie

A bit late, but the baby sweater with the impossible yoke is finished, blocked, and gift-wrapped.

I love making baby things. It never fails to amaze me how small they are. I also get far too much amusement out of draping them over my cats and seeing what they look like in baby clothes.
Despite the problems with the pattern (grrr), I really like the way it turned out. It’s ostensibly such a simple design, but the details on the yoke and on the top of the hood are lovely. I can see one or two small mistakes, but as always, I’m pretending I made the mistakes deliberately to keep me humble. Yes.
Yoke detail:

This is my third time to use Debbie Bliss’ baby cashmerino for a project, and as always, I end up wanting to make something for myself out of it. I compromised and bought the grown-up version of it, and have started to make a 1930s beret (because it’s not insanely hot in Texas or anything). The yarn, being watched over by my wise owl lamp.


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