Orlando’s had a passion for Owls ever since Christmas – anything and everything OWLS.When the lovely Miss Amy Patterson introduced me to Kate Davies’ impossibly cute owl jumper I knew just what Master O would be getting for his 4th Birthday. Here he is in tweeded baby alpaca. Yum!
While I was knitting it up Orlando told me the “hoo -hoolies” needed rainbow eyes… I’m not sure that it looks quite right, but he is well pleased & that’s what matters ♥
It was just so easy and so fun I made one for the Boocious Babe too. I don’t plan on making a habit of dressing my children in the same clothes/ different colours – but when a pattern is so cute and fun to knit, well, I’ll just have to bend that rule.
Baby hoo-hoolies!! :wub:
Rainbow eyes + tweedyness = good. They’re sooo cute! (both the jumpers and the boys)
And you are definitely a faster knitter than I am! (not that that was ever in any doubt)
Thanks for the thumbs up, Amy 🙂 I might be fast, but I bet your “orson” owl jumper was perfect to a stitch!
Wow! Remember how you used to knit back in 2003? Not that it wasn’t good then, but now your knitting is downright professional! I am so glad I got all those photos of you doing hats and booties. The more famed you become, the more valuable those photos will be!
Do you ever wear that kitty hat I made for you? It’s hard to beat your fox coat, I know.
I owe all this knitting insanity to my dear friend Renee, whom I miss very much. If she hadn’t insisted I learn – well just what would I be doing with myself??
i love this pattern! and have been knitting the same sweater for myself this summer. crazy! LOL, now we all will be matching 🙂
That *is* crazy that you’re knitting the same pattern Tats – but it does solve a question I’ve been asking myself: Yes I absolutely will make one for myself. 😀 Owl peoples, unite!