My Blue Period

 I have entered my Blue Period…for a very good reason. I am a grandma to the most handsome baby boy on the planet. Mitchell Thomas Logan came into our hearts a little early (two months, but who’s counting) and filled us all with joy from the moment we laid eyes on him. He has his daddy’s feet, his mommy’s cheeks, his great-grandpa’s hair and the sweetest, most beautiful smile any grandmother every saw. We all love you Mitchell and can’t wait to bring you home from the NICU!!!

These are just a few of Mitchell’s new woolies. There will also be blankies and booties and more sweaters. The yarn selection includes from the right Tanis Fiber Arts Yellow Label DK, Pattern: Thorpe, with modifications for a preemie.  Unknown yummy sock yarn from stash edged with Anzula Squishy, Pattern: Embraceable Ewe Designs and finally Spud & Chloe Fine, Pattern: Embraceable Ewe Designs. The new designs will be available eventually. (We are driving an hour each way to the NICU every day which leaves little time for pattern writing or editing…)

I love working with all these yarns, they are soft and comforting with beautiful color gradations. Work knitting is certainly taking a back seat to keeping this baby warm.

Sweet dreams Mitchell!!!

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