Monday, September 6, 2010

Knitting projects

I recently finished this Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino dress for my grandaughter.

It now hangs in the Nursery joining the other handmade Margie's Crafts baby knits.

All the items have the Margie's Crafts labels sewn on.

Leiny, Mr. Margie and I have been working on new items for our new blog and shop and Duane has designed our logo.

Our blog site is under construction. You can see a preview here:

Workshops begin next week and our store items will be on line soon.

Big Hugs,



LuLu Kellogg said...

Margie, these are so lovely! You did a beautiful job♥

Mummy Boo Bear said...

What beautiful things you make! i just love that little dress and it is displayed so prettily with all your other makes.

How exciting that you are opening your own on-line shop. Wishing you lots of luck for your new venture.I am sure it will be very successful with you lovely and talented family behind you.

Take care.


Vee said...

What a beautiful dress and it's going to be such a comfy dress for the little grandgirlie. I saw a wonderful opportunity at your new site and grabbed it. :D All the best with what you are going to be doing there...classes, products, tutorials...whatever you do.

Deborah said...

Your granddaughter will be the best-dressed baby! Lovely garments. I'm excited for you and the new online shop venture! Wonderful!

Ana Salomé said...

Isla is a lucky girl :) the knits are lovely Margie!

Stephanie - My Calico Heart said...

Absolutely gorgeous! Your little granddaughter will be the best dressed little girl :) Good luck with your online shop, I wish you every success with it.

Lulu said...

wow, thats so adorable..

Käranån said...

The knits are so lovely!!
Good luck with your online shop!

Helena said...

What a lovely and personal blog you have got and your productive craft-making is inspiring, indeed! Beautiful baby clothes!

"Strolling" through some of your earlier blog entries, I can't help but falling head over heals in love with your beautiful little grand daughter - what a scrumptious little lady! ;-D

Your photos from Oxford brought on some nostalgia, as I lived there for three months as a student many years ago - a truly stunning place, indeed!

Thank you so much for your incredibly kind words on my blog - a heart-warming surprise!

Warm regards,
Helena, The Swenglish Home