Picky pants


These are the longies I made post-blocking (thanks Sharon!). Same pattern as the last pair but with ruffles instead of picot hem.

I’m not convinced of the ruffly bottoms but I needed something ultra girlie for the person I knitted them for.

I also screwed up the kitchener grafting. Oops. Luckily you can’t see it as it is between the legs. *phew*

So now I am haaaaaanging out for my French knitting patterns.

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7 thoughts on “Picky pants

  1. I second the super-woman comment! I can barely find time to craft and I don’t have a toddly taking up my at-home time. Those pants are lovely. What yarn and pattern did you use? Must add this to my list of projects…

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  2. Well… let’s just say that Tobin and Hannah are awfully neglected of late.Actually, who am I kidding? They were always neglected! heheAnd oops… forgot to add the details (though they are on Ravelry) – The Wool Company, Watermelon is the yarn (you MUST stop in Utiku if you are ever heading North) and using the Little Turtle Knits Picky Pants pattern.http://www.littleturtleknits.com/pages/diaperingpatterns.php

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  3. Craft Fetish is being fiddled with I think! Rats đŸ˜¥ Hopefully back on soon.And K – a few months… but that was because I gave up on them and went back to knitting Tobin’s scarf and a few dishcloths in between! hehe They are super quick because you knit in the round and just knit and knit and knit in circles. Great fun!And yeah, longies = baby pants. Usually for wearing over cloth nappies and so have to be atleast 75% wool.

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