Friday, June 04, 2010

red garter stitch kimono







Pattern : Garter Stitch Baby Kimono, by Joji Locatelli (Ravelry link)
Yarn: Katia Caricia 100% merino (2 skeins)
Needles: 3 mm
Size: 0-3 months

This took forever to knit (garter stitch in 3 mm needles takes a looong time) but the end result is so nice I'm very tempted to make another one ...

Changes: added an i-cord finish along the front and neck

Have a great weekend !

20 comments:

Ana Carolina said...

It's Lovely ;) and when you imagine a baby wearing it...

Dorothée said...

Superbe !

Jacey said...

Adorable! I've had this pattern in my queue for awhile. I love it in red.

innovartencrochet said...

Bello!!!

Prunila said...

super cute kimono!!!
the dress is very formal instead, I'm more in "modern" clothes for children (ikks ...) ;-)

marlene rodrigues said...

Este casaco ficou lindíssimo!!
aliás todos os seus trabalhos em tricô são maravilhosos!
Muitos parabéns!

marlene

Ana Salomé said...

Adoro a cor e a combinacao com o vestido :)consegues imaginar a tua bebé com est conjunto? Esta fase é muito gira, nao é?

bernie said...

Wow. that is a gorgeous red and a lovely design. I bet you are counting down the days, now.

Mãe da Rita said...

Está adorável, parabéns!

Serrana said...

Nunca mais apareceu deve ter nascido a pequerruxa!!!

Serrana said...

Nunca mais apareceu deve ter nascido a pequerruxa!!!

Marta said...

Adorei o casaco. Vou ter que aprender a tricotar:)

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