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Old 04-13-2013, 08:19 AM   #1
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My work so far


This romper was meant to fit 10 - 16 inch doll or newborn, I measured the body today its 27cm think would fit 3 month old.

At to match, cant stop it curling up tho grrr
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Hat to match, must admit it was weird knitting the lace sep then sewing it on
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Hi dizzylynn and welcome to Knitting Help!
Your knit baby items are perfectly lovely. I'll bet they'll look just adorable on, too. Thanks so much for posting the pictures. It's a delight to see them.
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Such beautiful little hats and sweaters. The colors are lovely. Everything is simply adorable!
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OMG, they are so beautiful. I am always so envious when knitters make girl baby clothes. I only have grandsons. They are just gorgeous and perfect.
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So cute! I love the addition of the ribbons!
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Thankyou for your lovely comments.
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Coat for friends baby due soon

Matching hat


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Those are adorable too! Very sweet.
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