I don't believe I ever did an update on the shrug I started knitting for my daughter, back in winter 2012. The fur yarn I was experimenting with for sleeves, didn't work, but the end product wasn't compromised.
hurt my back (I think ironically from knitting, lol) so it stayed on
the unfinished pile for quite a while. I actually finished it in Spring
when the weather started to heat up again, so she really only got to
wear it a few times before it got packed away.
it still managed to fit as the cooler weather of autumn set-in
recently, and I took some pictures with her posing for fun.
Kids and their clothes - they're so fleeting aren't they! It takes so long to knit and very little time to outgrow them.
glad I was finally able to take something off the needles for my daughter.
Something she actually likes! I have been busy knitting something for
her baby brother too. I wish I had known what I could achieve with
knitting when she was a baby.
I suppose while I still have needles (and opposable thumbs) I can keep knitting something for her.