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Tuesday Time to Tackle: Baby Stocking

My middle daughter plans to send out Christmas cards this year with a photo of a new addition.  The baby should arrive (a few weeks early) by the end of November.  To accommodate my daughter's vision for her Christmas cards, I followed this pattern for the stocking, and a modified version of this pattern for the hat.  Both worked up very quickly;  I completed the set in a couple of evenings while watching TV.  Since the baby hasn't arrived yet, I had to use a doll as a model for this post's photo.



Thanks for prenatal care and the innocence of babies.


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  1. It is just lovely! What a cute picture that will make. Congratulations on the new arrival. I hope she has a fast and easy delivery with a healthy baby!

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  2. It's as cute and it can be and will be delightful for the family Christmas photo.

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  3. I can see you're in full on grandma mode now ;) It won't be long until you get to hold your sweetheart, what a wonderful day that will be!

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  4. You're even more talented than I already realized! She should love it!

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  5. That is so adorable, Kristi! I hope you will share the "real deal" when the baby arrives!

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