I tried finger knitting. It was quick and easy to make kids sized headband and bracelets.
I loved the pattern at https://www.baby.ru/blogs/post/287374370-152023737/ so much that I saved it in Pinterest few years back. Recently, when I saw the pin I decided to make it for my daughter, even though the site was in Russian. I will add flowers soon.
We got lots of different colored tissue papers along with baby's gifts. Mom and I made this beautiful flower with the tissue papers, based on instructions at http://www.rustandsunshine.com/2012/05/tissue-paper-flowers.html . I plan to make more of it. For the butterfly I made a v shaped cut and folded at middle vertically to keep it on the flower.
Made these cute flowers with pipe cleaners we got from recycling by following the instructions at http://onelittleproject.com/pipe-cleaner-daffodils-and-tulips/
Mom stitched a beautiful frock with canadian smocking. She also did the crochet shoe based on a pattern at http://www.annavirginiafashion.com/2010/12/piggy-peeps-baby-shoes-pattern-holly.html I made the cap by following the instructions at http://kirstenhollowaydesigns.com/2016/11/la-vie-en-rose-baby-hat-3-6-months.html
Stitched the sun hat for my daughter based on pattern at http://treefrogknits.blogspot.com/2010/04/sun-hat.html. It turned out to be very useful on cold but sunny days. Stitched the mittens based on pattern at http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baby-mitts-2. It turned out nice, but I didn't use it on her as it is not yet very cold here. Stitched the socks based... Continue Reading →
The Squirrels can be seen on trees in parks and woodlands eating nuts, small insects, tree bark, leaves... or running around and having fun. We often enjoy our evening walks by watching these cute creatures. I drew this with a picture I found in internet as reference.