Pretty Pink

November 09, 2016









Of all the dozens of baby garments I've knit, I think I love this the most!  Gingersnap, Wee Gingersnap and the bunny will be given to a dear friend's first grandchild.  When I heard the nursery was going to decorated in pink and gray, I knew a Gingersnap would soon be in the works.  This makes the cutest baby gift ever and I am quite thrilled.

There have been so many cute Gingersnaps (and Wee ones too) on Ravelry and I'm so happy when a new one pops up.  If you are hoping for larger toddler sizes in this pattern, well, I am too!  Hold tight as it's in the works and as soon as it's ready, I'll let you know.  Until then, both the patterns are free; the one year baby size and the 18" doll size.  Links below:

My Ravelry Page with all the details
Gingersnap Kits
 I bought the bunny at Target
Darling hangers from Container Store

I'd love to hear from you.  If you'd like to make a comment, please click here.

When you give a knitted baby garment, it's a good idea to give care instructions as well.  I highly recommend using a soft, machine washable wool or cotton for your baby gifts. These sweaters were knit in machine washable wool and the care instructions will read:  

100% wool
machine wash on gentle cycle in cool water
pat to shape and dry flat

And just between you and me, if mother puts Pure Wool Worsted in the dryer, it will survive just fine.



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13 Comments

  1. That is the cutest thing ever! What a lucky baby...just beautiful

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  2. Just about the most perfect little set ever. The mother and grandmother will swoon!

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  3. Love both sweaters. Perfect gift for your friend.

    Carole

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  4. merci, très joli modèle, j'essaie, merci beaucoup.

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  5. cathypeirson@gmail.comNovember 10, 2016 at 5:11 AM

    Love this!!! Just bought my 5yr old granddaughter an American Girl doll for christmas. Would love to have this sweater and hat in girl sizes!!!!!

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    1. Hi Cathy. I've got that in the works--sort of. The lady I hired to size it has been really busy and I haven't had the heart to bug her. I'll contact her after the new year.

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  6. Beautiful Kristen!
    I have knit this for so many of my friends. This pattern is a keeper! I have the doll version displayed in my shop. Everyone loves it!
    Have a great day!
    Leslie

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    1. I'm so flattered it's displayed in your shop! Swoon!

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  7. So very cute! I want to make one of these so bad.

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  8. What a adorable set, absolutely the cutest!

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  9. Sweetest and original designs - simple to knit but most effective. Hilary

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  10. BONJOUR J AERAIS BIEN ESSAYER CE MODELE MAIS JE N AI PAS LES EXPLICATIONS

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