How To Make A Knitter Happy

There are several ways to make a knitter happy… many of them involve stash enhancement. This one does not.

Here’s what you do:

Have a baby. The knitter will knit something for the baby.

Pembroke Vest, October 2009

Several months later, dress the baby up in said item and bring him to the staff Holiday Party.

Grand Champion Award Winner: Most Cheerful Baby 2010

Let the knitter take pictures and post them to her blog. She will be happy. She will be very happy to see her handwork being put to good use.

See how simple?

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7 Responses to How To Make A Knitter Happy

  1. Sara says:

    Adorable! I love seeing people enjoying what I knit for them!!

  2. Bells says:

    oh yeah. Totally. The showing off bit, the moment where you get to say ‘see! I made it and it’s cute and lovely and it works!’ cannot be underestimated! yay you!

  3. Rose Red says:

    Very true!! And also true about the Most Cheerful baby award – what a cutie!

  4. 1) CUTE BABY!

    2) I totally agree. The best “thank you” ever is a picture of the baby (and/or other recipient) wearing their gift!

  5. donna lee says:

    Seeing someone wear your work with such pleasure is a sure way to make a person happy. What a cutie (and the baby is cute, too!)

  6. Chantelle says:

    Ohhh my goodness! You’re so talented!! :-)

    I would love to find one of those little vests over here in the UK somewhere.

    I did have people knit me cardigans for my little one, but that was before we knew whether it was a boy or girl, and to be honest they look quite girly, so he’s never worn them. It’s a shame, cause I know just how much effort goes in to things like that!

    Take Care,
    Chantelle

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