Squash Baby Hat, using a washable wool yarn. I love participating in Ginny's Yarn Along, don't you? I find myself trying harder in excited anticipation of having something new to post. I also finished the hat I was making for my son; it looks very similar to the baby hat above but doesn't have the alternating 8k8p pattern, as the squash baby hat does and the yarn is a really soft organic cotton yarn.
It looks SOOOOOO much better on him, doesn't it?
I can't stop looking at his beautiful face :) We adopted him through foster/adoption and he is just a precious gift. He looks older than two, doesn't he? He was so happy to see the finished hat. And he wore it ALL DAY in his new pre-school. He attends 3 days a week because both his father and I work full-time. I am hoping to become a stay-at-home mom sometime in the next 3 years and give Waldorf-inspired home-schooling a try. That's another reason I find Ginny's blog so inspiring. I also love Tonya's blog for the same reason. Both these women blog with such love and grace...(happy sigh...) Do you have a special blog to share? I would so love to know about your favs...
I am continuing to crochet my drawer organizer (see last week's Yarn Along post, below) but it's not that interesting to look at yet. Hopefully next week there will be a more inspiring photo. Also, I am reading Organized Simplicity and starting a new "Start Fresh Monday" linky list (see previous entry), if you are interested in sharing your thoughts on "fresh starts" each week, I would love to be a part of that.