Have You Ever?

Woolly Bear

Henry Leo in his BSJ, Baby Bell Bottoms, Saartje’s Bootees, and Sweet Baby Cap.

Photo by his mom, Kelly Sue.

Keep an eye out for this outfit in the Winter Spin-Off. I’m anxious to see what they did with it. They sure asked me a heck of a lot of questions!

30 Responses to “Have You Ever?”

  1. Valerie

    No, I have never! Ook at the wittle bitty tweetie….Awwww. (I am reduced to gibberish.) How gratifying to see everything looking so good together–but as you have reminded us, handknits don’t clash!

  2. DebbieB

    I nearly died from the cuteness. There should be some sort of warning.

  3. Dianna

    What a lucky baby! I’ll be watching Spin Off! You’ve done some marvelous things with handspun, Adrian.

  4. linda

    No, never! That is the cutest thing ever. I love the colors too. Congrats on appearing in Spin Off-I’ll look for it.

  5. Tina

    Nice dye job. I love the colors. Congrats on the article in Spin-Off. Can’t wait to read it.

  6. Eva

    Cutiiieee!!!!
    lg eva
    p.s. in the kindergarden of my son and daughter they all cry for the bonnet i made from your pattern ;)

  7. Julia

    Awwwwwwww! Cutest woodland baby ever. Those are all keepers or at least passer-downers! Amazing baby clothes.

  8. knitizen

    first son of SnB and Clara’s awesome tome and now Spin Off? you are so kewl! i will be coveting the new issue even more. and to Henry Leo, an ode from my childhood:

    you’re a star,
    your’re a star,
    a brand new suit
    and a new guitar
    and you know
    that you’ll go far
    cuz you’re a star!

    rock on dude.

  9. filambulle

    Oh no! Now i must subscribe to spin-off! This is all going to kill me!!
    Just kidding. The baby and the outfit are just tooo cute. But in a (very) good way! xo

  10. Leslie

    Oh, my, what an adorable ensemble! That little cutie is definitely the best-dressed in handknits.

  11. alison

    No, I never. I have to close my computer now, lest I encounter any more cuteness, as this is more than enough cuteness for one sitting. :)

  12. Marlena

    Oh! He looks like a wee woodland sprite! It’s a good thing he’s so well camouflaged, or a pixie might make off with him. :)

  13. stephanie

    i love this baby…. i showed my husband what our future “spawn” would look like… i had to explain – not the face – the knitting!!!!

  14. cheryl

    Ok, seriously? I have great, gigantic, green envy of this sweater, and it took me a few weeks to figure it out. I thought to myself, “Self… if only you find the RIGHT YARN, you too can create a gorgeous sweater of GLORY.” A ravelry project and flickr image search later and I’ve discovered the yarn that I think could make a credible substitute for your gorgeous handspun…yes, that’s right, fat sock yarn… only to discover you’re the creator of both, and there is no more fat sock yarn. How is a girl who is new to this whole knitting blog community to know that it’s all you!! That’s when I came to terms with the fact that I wasn’t “inspired”, I was just “jealous”… and I’ll stay that way ’til there’s more fat sock yarn!!

    It’s a fabulous, beautiful thing you’ve created! And uh, can you let me know when you have more fat sock skeins?? :-P

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