Monday, November 26, 2007

Baby Bunting Colors

I had four days off from work last week, so I completed a few little crochet projects. Unfortunately, I can’t find the USB cord for my digital camera (I don’t have a removable memory card for it yet), so I can’t download the pictures to my blog. Hopefully I’ll find the cord and have the pictures up soon. On other crochet news though, I mentioned in a previous post that I want to crochet a baby bunting for my pregnant sister-in-law, who’s due in January. She's having a girl. I had bought some Red Heart Baby Teri yarn in Lime (discontinued color) and Medium Blue, but when I sat down last night work on the bunting, I realized that it’s impossible to see my stitches in the yarn, because of the fuzziness. I’m sooo disappointed because the yarn is so soft and plush! I gave up in frustration after working on it for about an hour.

I think I’m going to go ahead and buy some different yarn for the bunting (not sure yet what I’ll do with the Baby Teri), but am having a hard time deciding on colors. My sister-in-law’s favorite color is green (hence the Lime Baby Teri), but I’ve been mulling over a few different color combinations. Please vote in my poll, and let me know what color combination you like best!

2 comments:

My Best Friend Calls Me Martha said...

If it's a girl, and she like green, I've always loved lime green, pink and white together. It's a girly, but kinda cool, funky combo :) Whatever you decide, I', sure it'll be adorable!

knittyauntie said...

I used the baby teri for a granny afghan once. It turned out very well. You don't have to worry about seeing your stitches so much because of the way the granny pattern is (dc in the ch 2 loops).