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Loving Memories Baby Buntings
Created By: Marcia Bailey

These buntings were made from the free pattern #566, Loving Memories Baby Bunting, available on the Lion Brand website. I used size 4 and 6 needles and Wool-Ease yarn.

I had printed the pattern over a year ago, but had no babies to knit for at the time. Since the pattern was a drawing, I was anxious to make it and see how it really looked. When I found out that a niece was expecting a baby in Nov. 2005, I immediately thought of this pattern. I started knitting, figuring that I had plenty of time; then found out that there were going to be identical twin girls. I knitted faster.





The girls were born over a month early and were tiny. I wasn't finished knitting and we were going on vacation. These buntings were knitted in six countries, over one ocean (luckily we can knit on airplanes again) and on two rivers. The leaf pattern did require a lot of concentration, but was worth the effort--I was very pleased with the result.





The girls were very tiny when born in October of 2005, but could be tucked into the buntings. They are growing nicely, and are now filling their outfits quite well. They live in No. Carolina and the winters are relatively mild, so I hear that the suits are worn quite often.



 
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