Sunday, 21 April 2013

Handmade knitwear for babies

As all my other Slummy Mummies will know I am a big fan of hand knitted things, from blankets [from Aunty B] to scarves, gloves, hats I love them, but sadly I can't make them, I have tried no end of times and each time my creation has gone badly wrong. So in life I now rely on friends and family to knit me creations for Baby J, that was until I made contact with a wonderful knitter who has her own website selling her gorgeous creations! She even kindly sent me a cardigan to review for Baby J.
 
Bunnie knitwear have a site which offers all manner of wonderfully knitted clothes for children I was sent the item below a red hooded cardigan - which I love. The yarn used is Sirdar Supersoft Aran, which has been designed for babies and toddlers that  it is all cosy and soft. Its easy to look after & the items come with clear instructions how to look after them too, perfect for busy parents.
 
 
 
The cardigan was of very high quality and would not of looked out of place for sale in an upmarket boutique. When we were out for a walk and the wind picked up Baby J was happy to put it on, and snuggled down in it in his buggy, soon drifting off to sleep. Just what was needed! The cardigan will last Baby J a while and I'm sure will become a firm favourite for us both.
 
Please seen the Bunnie Knitwear website below for more items and prices -
 
 
So if like me you can't knit for  toffee, and you feel your friends and family are fed up of you dropping hints, try one of the Bunnie Knitwear creations - I'm sure you'll love them as much as me.
 
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4 comments:

  1. That was a cute knitwear for baby, I love the color. Thanks for sharing, looking forward for more knitwear design for babies. Check out White+Warren for more baby knitwear. Thanks.

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  2. A cute and lovely knitwear for baby. Thanks for sharing! For more baby clothes online, you may visit sweet little giggles.

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  3. Adorable handmade knitwear for babies. Thanks for this great share :)

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