Friday, June 06, 2008

Yeah Me!

My kids love this show called "The Suite Life of Zach and Cody." It's a cute show and I love the play on words in the name. Well there is a character on that show named London who is a spoiled girl fond of saying, "Yeah Me!" While a fairly obnoxious saying - I must just this once - use it for finishing the Baby Sweater! I'm so thrilled to be done and look at the finished result. MANY THANKS to Mom for her excellent seaming. Here it is in all it's splendor along with the little matching hat. When Miss K's teacher opened it at the baby shower I got all the requisite "oh's and ah's" so I was thrilled. I just have to ask myself WHY did I choose such a challenging pattern? I always seem to do that. I think, "I'll make a baby sweater, they are small and easy so should be fast." And then I find the most complex pattern that takes me forever. Oh well. I really like it even it I won't be making it again! At least the hat was quick.


8 comments:

km said...

That came out so cute! I'm sure you like to challenge yourself...or you wouldn't have made it through law school. Isn't the sense of accomplishment wonderful.

smariek said...

Very nice, I love how the hat is in a contrasting color that matches the sweater trim.

Bonnie D. said...

That is a spectacular set! I'm sure the mom-to-be was thrilled.

I actually brought knitting with me on my trip but I'm 22 hours into my journey and haven't knit a stitch yet!

hakucho said...

You should be very proud of yourself! The baby sweater and hat are gorgeous...I can see why you got a lot of oh's and ah's :)

monica said...

Yeah you indeed. That turned out so beautiful. I am sure it will be cherished.

Jknits said...

That is totally awesome! Yeah you! That little sweater will be a treasured keepsake. I love the dark contrast yarn - that really makes it wonderful.

Janice said...

The sweater and hat are ADORABLE!! You did a fantastic job!! That is one lucky baby!! And you have every right to toot your own horn!! Yeah you!!

I'm busy knitting said...

the sweater is beautiful! you did a fantastic job on the pattern. When do you ever find the time to do such stuff??