Friday, 23 September 2011

Fo Friday #10

James' Jumper

This was such an easy knit! I really enjoyed doing it, other than the slight problem I had with increasing, which turned out to be easily solved, it was a very stress free project! I think I will make more of these little jumpers in different colours and sizes, I might even experiment with stripes. The whole jumper really only took about a week to knit up so making more won't be a problem. I was hoping to have a photo of James in his jumper but I haven't got one yet, I will update this post as soon as I get one, so watch this space!

As promised

I also wanted to mention that when I say jumper I mean sweater. I was asked last week if I meant sweater as I think in America a jumper is a dress and a sweater is just a sweater. So I hope this clears it up!

Well I'm off to check out Tami's blog and see other Fo's!
I will also be linking this post with the following parties:
Friday - Creative Friday
             Fiber Arts Friday
Saturday - Weekend Wrapup
                Weekend Blog Hop
                Show and Tell Saturday
                Lovely Crafty Weekend
                Link Your Stuff
                Strut Your Stuff
Sunday - Strut Your Stuff
               Sunday Showcase Party
               Think Pink
               Homemaker on a dime
               Linky Party Sunday
               Say Hi Sunday
               The Sundae Hop
Monday - Motivate Me
                Craft
                Inspire Me
                I made it
                Handmade Monday
Tuesday - Tuesday Timeout
                Topsy Turvy Tuesday
                One Project at a Time
                Handmade Tuesday
                Too Cute Tuesday

35 comments:

  1. It looks great :)

    It's funny, I say jumper (being English), but when I comment on American blogs I always say sweater ;)

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  2. I haven't heard anyone call anything a jumper in quite some time, but I knew it was a sweater because I read Harry Potter fanfiction. =D Yeah, I'm a huge dork.

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  3. Cute! Yup us Yankees think dress when you say jumper.

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  4. both the jumper (i am from uk lol) and james are very cute :) have a lovely weekend x

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  5. Lovely sweater and it looks fantastic on! Isn't it great having a stress-free project.

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  6. Such a cute sweater, your little one is a darling!

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  7. Awww! So adorable and he looks so cute!!!

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  8. Oh, where is the too adorable button?!!!!

    And when I hear someone use the word jumper I don't think dress, I think UK. A jumper is definitely a dress in the US, but even we don't use that word very much. :)

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  9. That is so cute! I love the sweater and James is adorable.

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  10. That is a cute jumper and James looks adorable in it!!!

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  11. Oh, my goodness... that is so cute!

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  12. cutie patootie in his new jumper. :-)

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  13. Oh, so cute---the neck looks adorable on him! (And I'm so glad you already have a photo of him wearing it, instant knitification of that sort can only be a good thing.) I hope you do experiment with stripes on future jumpers, a boat neck pattern is just made for stripes!

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  14. Awwww how cute :-)

    To me, a jumper is a one-piece outfit, either pants, shorts, or dress.

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  15. What an adorable sweater for an adorable little man!!

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  16. That turned out adorable and the model looks adorable in it!

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  17. Very nice. I was wondering why you were making a dress for a little boy names James:) Sweater=jumper makes sense now though! Stopping by from TT&J.

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  18. I LOVE it! I really wished I had started with baby sweaters instead of one to fit me...I might actually have a completed sweater by now ;-) Great job.

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  19. aww the sweater looks awesome and he is so adorable! I would have been woefully confused when you said jumper (and thought of the rather horrific denim dresses my mom made me wear when I was 6) except Harry Potter taught me the distinction many, many years ago =)

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  20. What a cutey and the sweater look great.

    Happy Fiber Arts Friday!!

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  21. James looks adorable in his new jumper! I love how practical the boat neckline is. A striped version would look great in this pattern.

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  22. Hi1 What a lovely jumper and beautiful colour! I love that pattern, even for my self!
    Thank you for your visit and comment!
    Have a great weekend!
    Teje

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  23. Cute sweater on a cute little baby! When I think of jumper I think of something with pants. But I could be wrong!

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  24. That's a cute jumper and cuter baby.

    I can make the translation, it's pants and vests that get me.

    I did love my jumpers/dresses without sleeves worn over a blouse as a girl.

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  25. Cute sweater and even cuter little one.

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  26. How cute it this? Good Job. Your little one reminds me of my oldest son when he was little. So sweet...

    Hopping by from Lots' of Lovin' Weekend Hop. I am your newest GFC follower. I hope you can stop by www.indianacouponsavings.com and follow back. Debs Dealz and I host a daily blog hop. Check it out at www.debsdealz.blogspot.com/

    Hope to see you:0)

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  27. Jason looks very comfortable in his nice new jumper (Sweater) lol.

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  28. It looks really good, even better on James

    Jill

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  29. Very cute, it's just wonderful to be able to make for a family isn't it?

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  30. It's lovely and looks great on James! x

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  31. Aaaww that's sweet, one with stripes will look great.

    Jan :o)

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  32. Love how that turned out. It would be so cute with stripes too. I am a new follower from the Creative Bloggers' Hop. Vicky @ www.messforless.net

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  33. love it! Great job! Thanks so much for linking up to Tuesday Talent Show! I would love to have you stop by and link up again tomorrow with more great projects!
    -Nikki
    http://chef-n-training.blogspot.com/

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