Tuesday, January 6, 2009

More of my Christmas projects

Cooper in all his cowboy regalia including the vest Gramma made him.

We made these little gumdrop trees for the neighbor children. Amanda and Shay helped me. I got the idea for these from Patrizza @ I Create.
Olivia modeling the jammies I made. I wanted to take pictures of Elizabeth and Abby also but their mommy had already packed everything into the car. I made five sets of jammie bottoms for the boys. I was either to lazy or tired by the time I got to them to make tops so I went to the store and bought T-shirts to match the colors in the bottoms.
Baby Darius is ready for the day to be over. He would model the hat as long as Daddy continued to hold him.
I made seven of these hats.
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13 comments:

Homestay Mama said...

You're an amazing woman, Evy! Your grandkids are so cute!

Journey of Truth (Sarah) said...

Wonderful work! I keep thinking "one day I'll have that sewing machine licked" and be more crafty than I am. Every time I see knitted caps, I want to pull out my loom.

Ren said...

You are one crafty lady! You have such a beautiful family as well. =)

Debby said...

The little guy, Darius, is sure a cute one. Love the rosy cheeks. I wanted to knit hats for my grandmunchkins for Christmas and didn't get any completed. One started though! I love the hats you did. I hope to start earlier this year. And Olivia's PJs are really cute. I love the pattern.

Karen said...

You have some very cute grandkids there !!

Love the pj's and that gumdrop tree is really neat. I'm thinking I may try that next year as one of my Christmas themes is a Gingerbread/Sweet thing. Those little trees would really fit in.

I sew a lot as well. In fact, I have a number of unfinished projects that I need to get on with, now that Christmas is over.

Karen said...

Oh ... and I went and bought some yarn to make my first pair of socks. I'll let you know how they turn out. :-)

Ronnica said...

Cute stuff! I want gum drops now. My mom always made us pajamas each year for Christmas. When I'm lucky, she makes them for me again!

Bird, Frizzy and Our Little Yaya said...

Love those pjs! You rock Gramma!

Gina said...

I like the tree. Lots.

Gramma 2 Many said...

I like the tree also. It was very easy to make, if you can keep people from eating the gum drops.
Go over to Patrizzia's blog and have a look. She has lots of cute things to do over there.

Karin @ 6ByHisDesign said...

I was at the Walmarts today where there's still a Fabrics in the Crafts section that is not owned by Martha (I'm not bitter. At least not that bitter.) And I saw this pattern for the absolute most darling knit hat for babies. And I just love that. It's a photography prop that I L.O.V.E.! I paid My Martha's mom a stack of stamped notecards for the cap she made Sara for our birth announcement. I'll have to post my newborn photo skilz after everyone goes to check out Laura's. And then I'll roll over from embarrassment because I used to think I took decent pictures until I looked at hers...

*sigh*

Knitting. One day I'll shall knit a cap. Or two.

Karin @ 6ByHisDesign said...

I was at the Walmarts today where there's still a Fabrics in the Crafts section that is not owned by Martha (I'm not bitter. At least not that bitter.) And I saw this pattern for the absolute most darling knit hat for babies. And I just love that. It's a photography prop that I L.O.V.E.! I paid My Martha's mom a stack of stamped notecards for the cap she made Sara for our birth announcement. I'll have to post my newborn photo skilz after everyone goes to check out Laura's. And then I'll roll over from embarrassment because I used to think I took decent pictures until I looked at hers...

*sigh*

Knitting. One day I'll shall knit a cap. Or two.

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