Show your (craft)work

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wendy james
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One set of siblings done.
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Beatrix, that’s so lovely.

Ella, that looks eminently doable. It’s all stocking stitch so the only difficulties are the increases/decreases, which are pretty simple if you can make a stitch or knit/purl two together.
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I’ve been making up this weekend, in case you hadn’t worked it out. :mrgreen:
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Cute!
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Wrist warmers that are a bit twee but Elvis has claimed them.

Also made up a dress (that still needs pressing, which I’ll do before wrapping) so that’s the second set of siblings done.
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Wendy you are so talented
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Wendy, I saw this on Pinterest and thought of all your gift making!
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That’s clever!
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Do we think this blanket is ok for a new baby regardless of whether its a boy or girl? Or has it turned out a bit too pink?
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It is *quite* pink.
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It's pink but lovely. I would give it to a gal, honestly.

Did you finish your Iron Lamb jumper by the way, Shoe?
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I would give it regardless of the child’s sex.

It’s a lovely piece of work and colours aren’t innately gendered.
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