Exercising Momma-week 16
World, meet our darling Eowyn Ann

Baby Knits for Golden Nugget

The time is coming for my little bundle to come say hello. Three weeks according to the calendar. Most of the time, I feel really good, last night not so much. My doc check up yesterday may have stirred the "pot" and I had some awful contractions that kept me up from 2:30am-4am. Needless to say, I am exhausted this morning. But that is not the reason why I am blogging. I want to blog these cute little hats that I have been making since this weekend. I picked up some Elysian yarn by Cascade Yarns, it is a blend of superwash merino wool and acrylic--it knits beautifully! 

There are no patterns for the hats, except the cable hat, this is a baby adaptation of the Quendi hat. I am in love with all of them and I can't wait to see my little Golden nugget wear them.


This is the Quendi Hat that I adapted to a baby size.


Little Bow Hat with a seed stitch bow (bows can be interchanged).


A little bell shaped bow hat--so girly that it makes me want to squee! 


And the littlest hat of them all. I made this one newborn size, will most likely bring baby home wearing this one. The bow is garter stitch that is folded on the edges to make it more crisp so it doesn't fall over. 

Count down has begun! My little one could be here any day! 


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D.A. Fox

I just wanted to say how happy I am for you and your family over your new baby that is soon to arrive! My Mom miscarried twins and I felt the pain of your loss, remembering that time for us. Like you, my Mom went on to have a little girl which brought much joy to our lives. She is 17 years younger than I am. :) Some of my first loom knit items were baby hats. My niece was born premature and the nurses said she had the most adorable hats in the PICU! I love your hats. I enjoy your blogs so much and learn a lot from you. I know your new, little one will keep you so busy, but can't wait to hear the happy news that she is home with you and your family and you are all enjoying each other. Thanks again for all your contributions to the Loom Knitting world. You certainly have been a wonderful teacher and inspire us all with your craft. God Bless you!

Jocelyne Bélanger

As always, beautiful knitwear.
Good luck for the arrival of this little girl.


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