Josie's Cape

July 22, 2013




 




One of the nicest things about knitting for baby is getting the precious modeled photos back.  Doesn't little Josie just look too adorable?  I adore her styling with her plaid skirt, denim vest and bare feet, so current.  This Louisa cape was designed by Sarah Hatton and knit with Rowan Baby Merino Silk DK.  Yes, silk and merino wool for baby, it's soft and machine washable, my new yarn for baby knits.

Pattern and yarn review here.
Ravelry link here.
Pattern can be found in Rowan Studio Issue 30.

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6 Comments

  1. Awwwww! So cute! That's a great cape pattern!

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  2. She's adorable in her plaid skirt and Little cape! You did a great job...she's a total doll! Big hugs,
    FABBY

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  3. Who is Josie? She is adorable and the cape is perfect for her.

    Carole

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  4. Adorable. Everything. Chloe

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  5. She is SO DARN CUTE! Love that little cape.

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  6. That is too cute, and so is the model!

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