Interlock MADNESS!

Sticking to my plan, I’ve burned through some wool interlock that I’ve had my stash for some time.

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So, all of the natural colored pants are made of 100% wool interlock and the one gray pair is made of a recycled lamb’s wool/angora blend sweater.  They were all made the same day and it didn’t feel right to leave the cousin out of the photo.  ; )

Which is your favorite?  What would you like to see more of?

Find me on Etsy!  : )

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Oh, HEY!

There you are!!  Been looking all over for you!  : )

I know I’m not the only one in the world to neglect her blog, and I can’t be the only one in the world who feels badly for it…right?

I have been working on so many things, I’m having a difficult time wrapping things up!  I have so many UFO’s that I’m overwhelmed!!!  and I don’t like to be that way, soooo…

I’m committing to finish my UFO’s before I take on anything else.  *gulp*

Here are just a few things I’ve been working on:

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On top of this, I have a spring sweater/bloomers set, legwarmers and the beautiful sweater for my sweet friend Shannon.

Hope you all are well and are able to get outside, if even for just a moment.  The fresh air does wonders for the brain!!

xo

So, I’ve been thinking…

I knit longies and machine-embroider Onesies to match.  Lots of you know this already.  ; )

It hit me as I was doing dishes (have no idea what that relationship is…) – Wouldn’t it be helpful if I offered more than one Onesie or shirt for each pair of longies?  Thinking back, I went through more shirts than woolies when my kids were babies, and it would have been nice to have had more than one shirt available for the set.

I have been working on more sets that will be listed soon, but if you spot a set in my Etsy shop currently and would like a second, more customized Onesie for the longies you’re admiring, get in touch with me!  I can do lots of custom embroidery and can coordinate favorite colors, too!  

Just now, fold yourself in half (doesn’t matter if you’re sitting or standing – I’m not picky).  Bend your knees as much as you need to to release your low back and stay for at least a minute.