Sunday, February 17, 2013
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The newest addition to our family my new grandson.
'Andrew Dean Barrett'
joined our family saturday January 19, 2013 at 2:44 pm, weighing in at only 4lbs 5 oz and 17.5". He is a true gift from GOD, he is our little miracle. He was 5 weeks early. He is in the NICU unit of the hospital, but they did move him out of the critical section. He is eating really good and they say he may be able to come home by the end of the week. I sure hope so because his Granny wants to hold him and give him some hugs and kisses.
Posted by Nana's Knits at 11:08 AM
Saturday, December 29, 2012
These are just a few of the hats that I have knitted recently...
I loved making them, and thankful for the orders, but now I'm ready to move on to something new...
They Navy & Gray cable hats I designed myself...I love designing new patterns...The first one was for a man that my brother works for, the 2nd one for my son for Christmas...
The pattern is avaliable at my raverly store
The next 3 are Gwen Slouchy Beret
The next hat is called Windy City Hat...
My Aunt Molene ask me to make it for her and I couldn't say no, as she never ask me to make anything for her.
Posted by Nana's Knits at 7:18 PM
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Posted by Nana's Knits at 10:59 PM
Sunday, December 16, 2012
I went to the Christmas Bazaar at my mom's Church, Freedom Fellowship in Burlington yesterday. It was lots of fun. I was able to sell some things and even traded for some goodies from some of the other vendors. I managed to get my daughter's Christmas present without her knowing exactly what it is, thanks to Kim Oestereich with Park Lane. I know she will love it, also thank you for helping with the other surprise Christmas present also I know he will love it too. One of the vendor's Krystal with Half Baked is one amazing cook. You should check her out at her Etsy store. I was reluctant at doing this Bazaar but I have to say that I had an awesome time, and met some really great ladies. The little boy in the picture below is named Osaiyah, his mom had a booth set up and he earned some money helping her and purchased the hat he is wearing from me. He was so excited to be able to buy something himself.
Posted by Nana's Knits at 12:02 PM
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Not even half of what I have knitted and ready to go, lol.
I did sell a few things at the Breakfast with Santa held at the Pelham Community Center this past saturday. It was fun to see a few ladies that I went to school with. If you see something that you are interested in, please just let me know.
Posted by Nana's Knits at 11:09 AM
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
I made this for my daughter thinking it could be part of her Christmas this year then she reminded me that I still owe her a hat from last Christmas, lol. Oh NO, so she got this one early, and now I have to find something else for this year. She has requested a new scarf to go with a coat she is getting for Christmas from her grand parents. It's ok, I love knitting for her.
Posted by Nana's Knits at 8:17 PM