Labels: baby surprise jacket, Tomten
posted by Zel, The Grimm Witch at
I have some CottonTots I thought about doing a BSJ with. But I was afraid it would turn out huge and heavy. Did you modify the pattern to make it smaller or anything?
By TracyKM, at 9:40 AM
I love that Tomten! I had some of the same buttons in yellow that I used on a February sweater. Who knew monkeys and EZ went so well together
By Lauren, at 4:28 PM
Thanks! For the CottonTots I didn't hange the pattern at all and just used a size 6 US and it came out light jacket weight. This was my second one in the yarn...I think I posted the other in May...I played with using different needles before I did that one. I will say that the other baby has had a good six months with his and can still wear it so it wasn't tiny.
By Zel, The Grimm Witch, at 7:18 PM
Awesome work! Such lucky babies.
By Lupie, at 2:53 AM
Great looking projects! The BSJ looks festive. (I think my eyes would have rebelled at the tomten colorway!)
By JakkiMitch, at 4:35 AM
Hello ZelHave just googled EZ and your site came up. Now I just love that little girl's coat. Could you tell me where I can source that pattern please. My grand daughter Zoe would look a picture in firstname.lastname@example.org://www.kiwiflower.blogspot.comI really love it.
By keriflower, at 7:04 PM
Hahaha, Snow TV, how funny -- and with the digital age of TV upon us, that idea will soon be lost to history, eh?Anyway, that Tomten is wonderful! Great work.
By Anonymous, at 10:36 PM
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