Mr. Mouse

October 10, 2017












I had the baby for a sleepover and even with all our busy activities--eating, napping, smiling, cooing, looking, singing, walking, and a few crying jags, we still made sure to take the time to squeeze in a little photoshoot. Nothing too taxing, just 3 minor clothing changes. Today Carter is wearing his Bearly Bonnet but we think he looks more like a perfectly adorable mouse. The pattern is easy and well-written, plus it's darling and free, and took just one quick evening to knit up.  The kids say when they take him out for a walk with his new hat, he receives lots of smiles and giggles. I knit Mr. Mouse in my favorite baby yarn, Rowan Super Fine Merino 4-ply and it used one full skein. Just love that stuff. 

Links!

Bearly Bonnet, free pattern by Pure Stitches
My Ravelry project page with the detailed info
Rowan Super Fine Merino 4-ply, 100% machine washable wool


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14 Comments

  1. "You oughta be in pictures!"
    He is a living doll!

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    1. Thank you Janet, and we sure do enjoy him! He is pretty smiley now and has the cutest expressions, so these photography sessions give us all the giggles!

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  3. Precious baby Carter. Hope you enjoy every moment you spend with precious Carter. He is one handsome model in his outfit beautifully knit with your TLC.

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    1. Thank you! He is becoming quite a little personality and we just love each moment we have with him!

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  4. What a beautiful baby!

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    1. Thank you. He is pretty photogenic when he's in the mood!

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  5. Carter is adorable!

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  6. Irresistible! Chloe

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    1. Thank you Chloe! He is quite a charming little fella!

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