Friday, May 28, 2010

BSJ #5 & #6

BSJ #4 was finished a couple of weeks ago, but I kept forgetting to post a photo.

It was knit on size 8 needles with reclaimed wool from a thrifted sweater. It is more subdued and less scrappy than the others.

Even though I don't care for purple, BSJ #6 is by far my favorite. It was also knit on size 8 needles.

The purple yarn was donated by Rena G. in Virginia. I had just enough yarn to finish this sweater. I had less than four inches of the dark purple left which is why there is no collar.

I have sorted the rest of the yarn from Rena and have prepared project bags. I foresee more Baby Surprise Jackets.

6 comments:

  1. MY GOODNESS YOUR FAST, LOVE THEM NANCY.

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  2. I swear, I can't even make a baby hat in the time you make a whole sweater:) Good job Nancy....

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  3. You're on a roll. Keep them coming!

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  4. Hey those sweaters look great. Where are the directions from? It is amazing what you can do with just a little bit of yarn.

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  5. Can you imagine what good these little sweaters made from reclaimed wool and yarn scraps will do? I love the purple one, too, but all you have made are just beautiful.

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  6. Love those jackets! I am going to send you a bunch of wool for you to make me a jacket...LOL, just kidding! Hugs, Nancy!

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