It's been a while since I've featured A Baby in Handknits around here. How long has it been? Two days, three days, five? Oh my. That simply won't do!
And so today I bring you another recently-off-the-needles project. It's Cassia, a pattern by tiKKi, (available in her Ravelry store). A lovely knit, and a very sweet dress. I kept it on the short end, for all that crawling that Miss Annabel is up to these days and for the coming months, so it wears a bit more like a tunic. When she's fully upright (which appears to be happening sooner than I'm ready for), I'd love to make it again as a longer summer dress. Maybe I could even get over my aversion to knitting with cotton. This yarn, though, is Handmaiden Yarn's Ottawa that came from the lovely Megan at Lettuce Knit. The color varation in this yarn is so rich and yummy. (My Ravelry notes.)
Enough about that....let's get onto what this post is really all about, shall we?
(Take your time, baby girl, take your time.)