How very pretty she is in her pretty scrappy sweater. You did a lovely job on it!
Thank you! We rather like the way she looks in it! That Noro yarn is so pretty!
Her sweater is amazing! I wouldn’t mind having one like it!!
It looks like a comfortable fit – and quite a bit warmer than the short sleeves and vest Amelia was wearing just yesterday!
What a lovely sweater! Hmmmm… I have some small wooden friends who need sweaters, too… time to get the sock yarn scraps out….
Yes…sock yarn would be nice! My Hittys think I should be able to make them Norwegian knitted sweaters, but they might have to wait a bit for that.
They will be worthy of the wait, I am sure!
Amelia’s sweater is as pretty as she is. I see she is sitting in front of flowers that turn into “wishes”. I’m wondering if she picked one up and blew…wishing for a sweater.
Aren’t those seed heads amazing? They used to have fennel seeds attached before the birds ate them all. I do believe Amelia was wishing for a sweater – her arms were getting chilly!
Not quite sweater weather here…next week it is supposed to be! But even then none of my girls will be nearly as stylish as your dear ones!! Wonderful sweaters and Hittys.
It has been a warming autumn here too, but the weather is definitely starting to feel chilly!
those are some tiny sweaters! very nice.
Thanks! We like tiny sweaters (and dresses, and quilts, and pinafores…)
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