I remember when you first talked about these! They are beautiful! I can't remember, did you say you made them? If so, how long did it take? I have always wanted to attempt crocheting a dress like yours, but have not had the time. Nice pictures!
Oops, should have looked at the link first. They are so beautiful! I can't believe you give them away at such a low cost!
I'm tempted to have another one just to buy the gown!
Thank you chronicler and CS (it always seems a little odd to use your bloger names instead of your real names).Just wait till you have some grandchildren, CS. You can buy some then. :)
Amira:It's been a while since I've commented, but I visit at least once a week and continue to appreciate your nod in the sidebar. Many thanks.The gown and cap are absolutely exquisite! What lovely, lovely work.And I? I continue to knit like a one-armed fisherman. (*giggle*) There will be NO pics of my "handiwork" at M-mv. Ever.Best regards.MFS
Thanks, MFS. I of course continue yo visit MMV regularly.And I probably wouldn't have expected to see much knitting at your blog anyway. :)
Love your crocheting, Amira! It's beautiful! You're so talented!
Wow--those are absolutely gorgeous! I wish I had a need for a blessing gown--and I wish I had your talent.
I am getting ready for my first daughter and would loooove to crochet a set like yours. Would you happen to know where I could get the pattern? Thank you so much!
Elena, I got this pattern off eBay.