Can you handle the cuteness?

mini gemini-7Z’s mini Gemini is completed and we photographed it this weekend! I used about 200 yards of yarn in Jo Sharp Summer DK Cotton in the color Poppy.  I don’t know if this yarn is still out in the world anywhere.  It was deeply discounted at my LYS last summer and I snagged it.  mini gemini-2Look at that little cheeser.  mini gemini-8I’m happy that she’ll get to wear this as the weather cools a bit.  mini geminiMaybe it will even fit in the spring.  I made it about 9 inches from the armpit to the bottom.  See some numbers details on my Ravelry project page.  mini gemini-11If you can’t tell already, I love taking pics of my kiddo, so you get a picture heavy post! mini gemini-9Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve got another Matchy Matchy KAL project finished!

My yarn for a Coda just came in the mail a few minutes ago, so I get to cast on tonight!


22 thoughts on “Can you handle the cuteness?

  1. I love the pattern. I really like that you were able to make one for the wee one and a matching one for yourself. I am knitting myself a sweater as I can’t find one that I like in the stores. I am on the look out for patterns to work on when I am done with my sweater. I think I might look into making items for little ones, but I have not decided yet what. I know I still need to make a shawl for my mom and my “other” mother.

  2. Holy Cassy that is one cute kiddo photo shoot! I am definitely wanting to follow your directions and make a mini gemini for my own kiddo. Great smiles all around, way to go!

  3. These are all amazing – what talent! Going through your posts, I see you started it on the 28 July and the finished product is posted here on the 4th of August – did it take you the entire week, or were you working on other projects at the same time?

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