Sunday, September 7, 2014

Once upon a ...

Once upon a time there was a woman and she knitted and knitted.
She was knitting a nice warm wrap for herself.


As soon it was finished her DD3 came along ....






.....and the knitted wrap was gone :-)

Lucy


27 comments:

Annette Tr said...

Heel herkenbaar. Als mijn dochter iets nieuws ziet waar ik mee bezig ben vraagt ze altijd of het voor haar is.

ria vogelzang said...

And because she was such a sweet mother and loved her DD3 so much; she let her have it....
<3
En dat is liefde...
Ook liefs uit Ommen! ;)

Janet said...

Daughters :0)

Doniene said...

Ahhh, isn't that just the way things go with daughters!!! Both are so lovely together!!

Hugs!

Evelyne said...

Mooi, dat na al die noeste arbeid weer iemand blij wordt gemaakt!
En ja, zo gaat dat met dochters, komt mij ook bekent voor!!!

Groetjes, Evelyne

Anonymous said...

Oh, bad luck!
Never mind, you've made someone very happy.

Tasha T

Christine O'Neill said...

It is just gorgeous. I see why DD3 claimed it :)

Sharon said...

It turned out beautifully! I can see why she wanted it. It was very nice of you to let her have it. She wears it well.

pandchintz said...

Oh no!! But it looks gorgeous on her!

Phyllis said...

Ja, dat krijg je dan, dan zijn ze zoooo blij met een handwerkende moeder :-) ! De omslagdoek is mooi geworden, ziet er zo comfortabel uit, heerlijk. En staat haar goed! Alweer begonnen aan de volgende?

Mavi. said...

Preciosa toquilla, preciosa modelo. Estupendo trabajo.
Saludos.

antique quilter said...

oh Lucy it is beautiful, I probably would have wanted to walk away with it too :) hope you will make another one for you!
Kathie

Christine Feldstein said...

Such a wonderful shawl worn by a beautiful young lady! I must say the three shawls I knitted were taken by my daughter as well!

tracey s said...

LOL! Kids!! They get all the good stuff! ;)

Lee Prairie Designs said...

Darling daughter and wonderful mother!

Carolyn

cityquilter grace said...

the things we do for love....beautiful pattern..is it a commercial one?

Raewyn said...

Beautiful post, lovely photographs, lucky daughter, gorgeous shawl!

{Geo}Holly said...

Isn't it nice when a daughter loves so much what her mother makes? Maybe she will let you borrow it. :) You did good, Lucy.

Alejesnat said...

Would love to know where the instructions for that beautiful shawl can be purchased. Is it on Ravelry and in English?

Julie Fukuda said...

Two days ago I saw a similar picture. It was my #3 daughter, off to the train station wearing one of my vintage tops. (well, everything I have in my closet is vintage)

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I bet it made the mother smile! Your daughter and the shawl are both gorgeous!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I bet it made the mother smile! Your daughter and the shawl are both gorgeous!

sajuki said...

great !
Greetings from Poland :)
Katarzyna


www.sajuki.blogspot.com

Muddling Through said...

It is a most beautiful wrap and she looks as if she really likes it. Isn't it good you know how to make another one for yourself!

Kristi in the Western Reserve said...

Aw.......You are a wonderful mother!

Annemieke said...

Staat haar erg goed, dus tja zeg dan maar eens nee... Lijkt me lastig:)Ik zit ook weer te genieten van je foto's..super!
Groetjes
Annemieke

Patty said...

how quickly your children have grown !