Thursday, October 16, 2008

Full Length Knitted Dress


See that box Daisy's holding? Yeah, you just thought it was full of spools of thread. Really those are people. The pink family. The green family. And all the rest of Daisy's friends . . . .

19 comments:

Sally said...

She is just too precious, Anna! Love the little people in her case!

I so wish I had a green thumb. I HAVE kept one little geranium alive for a couple of months now, so that makes me happy.

Tracy said...

Oh she has such a grand imagination...and a very pretty dress.

Linda said...

Ah - a little girl after my own heart - wearing my favorite color with beautiful curls and a lovely imagination.

Lora said...

I love great imaginations in children!! She is just precious!

AmysZoo said...

Who needs dolls when you have spools of thread, I ask you? I love her imagination! I also adore that color of pink. It is simply perfect, and the dress is really amazing. Beautiful pictures! Thank you for sharing them.

gracelaced said...

Daisy is too cute--and makes me long to have a little girl. But as I am pregnant with boy number 4...I'm not sure the Lord has that in store for me!

Amy said...

Adorable, Anna! And I love the Pink and Green family...I used to do that too. :-) Although it was with the shampoo bottles and not thread. LOL.

Sally said...

Sometimes I'm a little slow on the uptake, but I noticed you categorized Daisy's dress in "knitting." Did you knit it? It is just perfect.

My sister told me the other day she is going to knit me a pair of socks using the striped yarn I had told her I thought was so cool! Yippee!!! (Remember, I'm a one-dishcloth knitter myself!)

Tina said...

I found your blog through another blog that I read. I so enjoy your blog. Your pictures are beautiful as well as your life. Your daughter Daisy melts my heart. Thank you for sharing with the rest of us.

Lisateresa said...

Daisy suddenly looks like a young lady!

salina said...

Wow, daisy's hair is getting so long and pretty. Is the curl natural. Also, did you knit that dress yourself? That would have taken me some time to do.
Have a great day!
Salina

salina said...

Oops! Looked a little farther down at your posts and noticed that you had posted that your mother made the dress.:)
Take care,
Salina

Sally said...

Wow! I missed the dress post altogether. Not sure how I did that. I thought I had read every single post here. :o)

VERY pretty dress, nonetheless! Your mom did an awesome job!

Thanks, Salina, for the little heads up. ;)

Cathy said...

I was reading your comments thinking that surely someone would ask for the splendid pattern of a dress that every girl should have in her wardrobe....I should know I have a handknitted dress I bought in Ireland years ago. (Unfortunately, it is scratchy if the day isn't cold enough!) Would you at least share the source of the pattern? I would be ever so grateful and I am sure others would be too!

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Pam said...

Darling...

Cathy said...

That dress and your little girl are just beautiful.

Mrs. U said...

Beautiful dress, adorable daughter and a FUN imagination!! Life rarely gets better than that!! :)

His,
Mrs. U

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I love this dress! it is adorable. I have been wanting to knit the girls some dresses but unfortunately don't feel I have the skill to!
Patricia

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