Friday, July 07, 2006

OMG, IT's DONE!!!!!

Finally, the Grumpecue is complete! Doesn't little Ben look so happy on it?FO: Grumperina's Grumpecue
Yarn: 12(!) balls Debbie Bliss Cotton Cashmere
Needles: Susan Bates US 6 circs
Date started: Way too long ago...about 2/15/06
Date completed: 7/1/06
Date given to the baby: 7/1/06
Date baby was born: 5/20/06
Dates of baby showers (attended both): 3/26/06 and 4/4/06

More pictures to come!!!

I guess you can see that I'm SO happy this is done, HALLELUIA!

16 comments:

  1. Yay for you! It looks great!

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  2. What an adorable and lucky baby. The blanket is wonderful!

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  3. Oh so cute!! and I just love this picture! great work, Julsey ;)

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  4. great work julsey!!! it looks awesome! you must be so happy :)

    i think that you're the first person i've seen make this. you should definitely let grumperina know.

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  5. gorgeous design, well done you
    amber in scotland

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  6. Wow! Good job! It looks amazing. So cute with the baby on top! :)

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  7. GREAT job on that blanket! It looks amazing!!

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  8. totally awesome! i'm sure your friend loves and treasures it. and i got to see it in person first!

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  9. this is a beautiful blanket! congrats on finishing!!

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  10. The blanket looks great! I'm not a big fan of knitting blankets, but I think this could be just the inspiration I need. Congrats! Finishing projects like that always feels good. :) -Your Sock Kit Swap Pal

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  11. How cute is that rug, the baby too.

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  12. what a cool gift. what a cool baby. well done!

    nice anniversary pictures below, congratulations! I bet you can't believe how fast time is going :)

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  13. He looks so happy! Great blanket : )

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  14. That blanket is COOL. And he does indeed look thrilled. :)

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  15. This looks fantastic! I've stashed enough yarn to start this, but I haven't worked up the courage to commit to it.

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