Best of all 10 weeks after she was born we met our great niece Amelia and gorgeous she is too. A beautiful contended baby here she is in the arms of her great aunt Jen. Not only does she have a knitting great aunt but a gran who does patchwork and had made her a lovely Christmas stocking plus a great gran who does cross stitch and had made a sampler with her birth details included. I was able to finish this little cardigan which I added to Amelia's gifts, it's actually a nice pale coffee colour and not the off white that it looks in the picture.So the year is almost over, I hope the next one is everything you want it to be, have a very Happy New Year and I'm looking forward to spending time with you in 2010.
Happy New Year to you too Jenny!ReplyDelete
Glad to hear you had a good time in Yorkshire. Baby Amelia looks very sweet as does the little cardi you finished for her. Happy New Year to you! RosReplyDelete
Happy New Year from me, too.ReplyDelete
Amelia is beautiful and so is her little cardigan. Happy New Year, Jenny!ReplyDelete
Amelia is a real cutie! Love her cardi too.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year wishes Jenny....heres to lots more blogging ramblings!
Hugs Karen x x x
Felice Anno Nuovo to you and yours!ReplyDelete
What a nice end to the year - a new life at the end of one decade and the start of another.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Jenny! I hope it's a good one for you. xxx
Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, I hope it brings everything you wish for!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year - what a sweet little girl!!!! xxxxxReplyDelete
happy new year!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Jenny!ReplyDelete
Love the cardigan you made Amelia!
P.S.the fish you saw on my blog was for the New Year's Eve,as you probably know, Italians are very fond of this holiday
Little Amelia is sweet, I bet it was a treat to be giving her cuddles, Young ones have such an aura about them, makes everything seem fresh....
Glad to hear you have enjoyed ur time regardless of all that beautiful snow............
Santa brought us some rain so we have been quite lucky.
Happy new Year...
Love the little cardigan and what a lucky girl, having all those talented people just waiting to make her things!!ReplyDelete
Happy New year to you!!
Happy New Year! How lovely to get to hold a little pink one! :O)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, Jenny - I look forward to continuing to read about your life in 2010. Caroline xReplyDelete
What a perfectly darling cardigan,ReplyDelete
and coffee colored! such an in color for young babies and chilldren. Love the pattern!
Oh, and Happy new Year!ReplyDelete
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