Another one of those better late than never sort of posts!
I only finished this Momoka sweater in September of 2016 an' all. I honestly have no clue what took me so long to get photos and blog about it. I have knit another of Sarah Ronchetti's patterns once before - the lovely Basketweave Rib Socks. Her pattern writing is clear and delightful, and honestly, I probably could have finished it it MUCH sooner, but the move and summer time fun happened, so, I didn't move quickly, especially as I was trying to finish that crazy Doodler shawl.
I can't recall if Sarah's pattern includes the actual straight elbow-length option that I knit, but there you have it. I figured that was much more practical for a ballet sweater. Other than that, I believe I totally stuck to the pattern. I knit the size 6, and it fits Camden quite well (my project page). Next time, though, I want to try and aim to do a totally pink sweater, as that would feel even more legit ballet, aha!
|She always loves this pose for pictures, though I know it comes across as awkward, aha!|
Camden is also sporting a Hula Hoop skirt, designed by Oliver and S! No surprises there, as you must know I love that pattern. It is SUCH an easy pattern to whip up as a gift for friends or cousins! I also swear I photographed more versions of that pattern, but I can't seem to find the photos in my blog posts. Super cool mom that I am, I used stash fabric...well, because I basically have to, and believe me, for all the fabric I have, I don't often have what I need, because of yardage, etc. Camden originally had the cutest coat made in the same fabric, and the green dots are from Superbuzzy.
|She was SO TINY!|
|Angry child/Gollum didn't want to give his sister back some of her bunnies|
|Will this snow EVER go away???|
|Tiny Titans are MUCH adored by Camden!|