Thursday, 9 September 2010

Hats for New Heads

It always brings joy to this Mama's heart to hear of the safe arrival of new babes.
Yes, afew tears are shed and I'd be a liar if I didn't admit to some heartache being felt but my whole being is filled with relief and thankfulness that another Mama is holding her babe, that a family is born or added to, that brothers and sisters are seeing something of themselves as new borns, witnessing the wonder of a new sibling.
We celebrate each and everyone here, I share the wonderful news with N of people he has never met ( some I haven't either ) and we both smile and hug.

It is of course a wonderful excuse for the knitting needles to come out ( do they ever go away ! ) and lovely tiny knits to come into being.
I adore the Pilot Cap pattern and have warmed so many heads with it.

Then another favourite pattern, knitted over and over ... The Pebble
Always a joy.

This one used up some more of my hand dyed yarn, love the way it turned out.
In celebration of a new baby boy for my friends in Ireland .. welcome R and Hello to Hermione, who's lovely Mama blogs here
Packages on the way to you both, each stitch knitted with love, care and wishes of a bright, happy and healthy future.


The Knitty Gritty Homestead said...

I was just thinking, it's time for a new pebble for my 18 month old...last fall's looks so tiny!! It's such a great pattern. Love the colours of yours! Mothering mag had a great pilot cap on the cover once...the pattern is at go and download it! Thanks for the reminder!

Scented Sweetpeas said...

What gorgeous makes for a cute little baby's head - so warm and soft.

Jacqui said...

Beautiful knits from a beautiful Mama. xx

Rose said...

Nice patterns, thanks for sharing the links!

Jem said...

My turn to shed a tear, thank you so much for thinking of us.


Unknown said...

Lovely knits! I really like the pebble hats! :) x

Susan said...

You've been very busy :) I'm finishing up a neck scarf for a dear friend of Kelly's and "like another daughter." I'm late getting it off, but then these days, time seems to stand still. I love you, Susan