My new grandbaby was born May 30 and now we know it's a girl! Riley Loren. So I wanted to add the pink flowers I had already made ahead of time to the green sweater set. I crocheted a bunch of pink flowers to have on hand so I could sew them onto anything that needed to be "girlied" up a little.
I finished this little green set and posted it on April 30. You can see the difference a little bit of pink makes. I crocheted pink trim around the sweater, added a pink flower to the hat, and replaced the yellow pom-pom with a pink flower on the bootie. I still need to make the 2nd bootie. This set is a size 3-6 month, so I still have time.
I also finally finished the booties that are attached with buttons to this onesie that I originally posted on June 8. This is supposed to be a 0-3 month, but it looks bigger than that. Riley is only 3 weeks old and is growing fast, so it's possible by 3 months it will fit.
I just started knitting a pink baby sweater. I can actually go with all out pink now. Love it! So far this little girl has so many clothes she can wear a different outfit every day. Baby girl clothes are so much fun. It's like playing with a real life baby doll. I also made a baby quilt posted on May 4, and I have more of the same fabrics to make a valance for her nursery window. They'll be moving into their new apartment in Spokane on July 26, so I'll have it ready by then.