Saturday, 23 May 2015

Baby Things

Good morning to all my lovely friends and  followers and a special welcome today to my new followers Jean and Jac I am so pleased you are following my blog and  I hope you continue to visit and enjoy my posts
My post today is to show you some things I have been making for our new Grandchild due in 7 weeks time. Our Son and  Daughter in Law have had an extremely difficult route to get to this stage and its is going to be a much wanted and loved baby for all of us. Its our first grandchild so we are very excited.
These are some things I have made for the baby

A Door Hanger for the Nursery


Door Hanger Recipe

MDF Door Hanger from the MDF man GNPE
Papers are the gorgeous Maja Design Vintage Baby pad from Live and Love Crafts
Stamp is LOTV Cosy Pram stamped and fussy cut its lightly coloured with  Derwenr Inktense Pencils
The images and  borders are from the pad.
Baby Charms I bought ages ago from a sewing shop in Grassington
Wood Baby letters are from Whitby Crafts 
Heart Lace is from Dainty Crafts Washington
Letters from a Pion cut out sheet also Live and  Love Crafts
Resin Frame is Melissa Francis again from Live and  Love Crafts
I used the neutral colours to match their landing decor as we don't know the sex yet



Baby Shoes


 Baby Coat


Baby Shoes and  Coat Recipe

4 ply Baby Merino Wool I brought back from New Zealand its so soft and a lot cheaper than in England
Duck shaped buttons Boyes stores
Coat pattern is Patons but very very old
Baby Shoes are from an internet pattern 

I have to say my knitting is a bit rusty its years since I made anything however it did bring back lots of happy memories as I knit this coat for my Son when I was expecting him 37 years ago!!.I must say I was delighted with those little shoes but the reason there are two pairs I knit two left feet first time around silly girl so we now have two pairs I knit two right feet second time .Its not long to go now so we are all hoping things go well for them in these last few weeks they will be amazing parents.

I hope you all have a great Bank Holiday weekend we are just relaxing after being away the last two weekends. I may go to Northallerton this afternoon as I need a water colour pad which I can get from The Art Shop there and you never know I might just go in The Craft shop and  Betty's as well !!
hugs Carole x







26 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Carole, these are so gorgeous, love the booties and jacket...you can almost reach out and touch the softness....love your door hanger, it's just divine...sweet..have a lovely weekend.
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Pop's Cards said...

Morning sweetie, this is just gorgeous I love the colours you used to perfect and how cute are those baby items! hugs Pops x x x

Jean said...

A beautiful door hanger, I love the vintage papers and images, lovely little charms too. Your knitted items are gorgeous as well, especially the tiny shoes. I love baby shoes.
Jean x

Sarah said...

These are really beautiful Carole and are sure to be cherished xx

Natalia Smith said...

Adorable baby door hanger, love your knitted coat and shoes. Have a lovely weekend x

Christine Harrop said...

Your son and daughter will love these beautiful items Carole. They are simply gorgeous! Hugs Christine xx

Linda Simpson said...

These are all beautiful. I love the door hanger and cute booties.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Carole all your makes are gorgeous. They have been made with love and they will be greatly treasured. We waited a long time for our daughter she is very special to us as your little bundle will be to you and your family. Have a great weekend. Hugs Jackie

Carole said...

Congratulations on your future grandchild Carole. Your makes are truly special and I am sure they will be thrilled with them.xx

Lea Brawn said...

Fab projects. X

pam said...

These are gorgeous Carole, beautiful baby knits and love the door hanger..
Pam x

Sue said...

Oh Carole love all of these!!! It's so funny I made the same matinee coats for my Grandsons that I had made for my two children and they were really really old paton patterns of my mothers. I just adore baby's in handmade things. You and Michael will make such fabulous Grandparents!!! and so happy for your son and his wife lots and lots of huggles Sue xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Irish Cherokee said...

Beautiful creations Carole. The new baby will get a lot of use out of them.

Love, Hugs and Blessings
Jim

McCrafty's Cards said...

These are all gorgeous Carole I like the door hanger and those little shes made me smile
Kevin xx

downrightcrafty said...

gorgeous creations so special too
hugs Kate xx

Jackie said...

Wonderful door hanger Carole, and beautiful knitting :o)
Jackie xx

Lucy Woods said...

Aww what wonderful news!! Sorry it's been a rough journey it'll all be worth it soon!
What stubbing gifts!! That's hanger is just beautiful I love it!
Lucy x

Tracy Welham said...

A beautiful door hanger, a lovely keep sake too. Gorgeous knitting. I wish your son and daughter-in-law all the best with the birth. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

Jacee said...

Fabulous hanger, great design and what lovely knitting, you have been busy!
hugs Jacee
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Diane said...

Carole, these just stunning, love the booties and jacket. What a fun door hanger and idea.

Hugs Diane

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Gorgeous makes, love the doorhanger and the knitting looks fab, so soft and sweet

Annette said...

Wow, fab knitting and a lovely hanger. Hope you're having a great long weekend Carole.

ps - I think you've won at Bev's candy? http://bevscrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/winner-redraw-and-more-candya-butterfly.html

Hugs
Annette
xx

Darnell J Knauss said...

Oh, you are too funny, Carole! I love how you ended up with two pair of knitted shoes for the much-wanted baby! The little jacket is fabulous, too! And I love the door hanger! I pray that all goes well with the delivery and that mama and baby are both healthy. Congratulations to them and to you as first-time grandparents! There is NOTHING in the world as joyous as being grandparents! Enjoy the holiday! Hugs, Darnell

*Vicki* said...

The kids will just adore and appreciate these so much!! How precious is that door hanger!! Really gorgeous details!! HUGS :)

sallysbitz2 said...

You have made some Gorgeous things for your Grand child. Your knitting does not look rusty at all x

hugs sally x
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Debra Kenworthy said...

Oh, Carole! These all so gorgeous! Wonderful door hanger with such lovely added pretty details. The little jacket and shoes look just beautiful! A baby can never have enough shoes, lol. I can feel your excitement through your post, I'm really pleased for you all :).
Which watercolour paper do you use? Is it white? Anyway hope you week has been going brilliantly. Debra x