Ok, maybe the title of this post is not as witty as I'd hoped, but really, the point of this post is that babies are SMALL. Yet if you try and buy baby yarn, it comes in LARGE quantities. I started knitting a Top Down Bonnet with Anime Character (minus the Anime Character) and it is going to use about 20 yards out of the 5 million yards that came in the ball of yarn. So, once again, I have all this extra baby yarn! Well, now I have blue, white and yellow so I'm ready for anything. Except girls.
Anyways, this bonnet has been a learning experience. Although it is small, it has lots of techniques in it. So far, I have learned to do a figure 8 cast on (which took 5 tries, but looks great in the end!) and am knitting it using the magic loop (too lazy to go out and buy dp when i already had circular). I will also have to learn how to make an i-cord (which I assume will be easy) and maybe even (gasp!) to crochet! I'm almost finished though, this was a nice quick and staisfying project and I hope it fits the baby it's made for. Wouldn't it be ironic if the baby was too fat?
Done the back and front for hey teach, starting the sleeves when the bonnet is finished. I am going to shorten up the sleeves to make them more cappy. Still waiting for my RYC yarn delivery, it is on back order. I have an urge to make socks again. And herringbone mittens. And wrist warmers. All for gifts. To myself.