9/28/13

too big


I thought Immie really should have another Immie Tee (as you saw in my previous post).  I sized one up to be a 3-4 year so there's room to grow (the pants, too!).

yarn: tern
color: mist

13 comments:

Scout and Rice said...

I love that!!

Kate said...

I love the posture! When I was doing a lot of seamstress work, it always used to make me laugh at how the brides and bridesmaids would suck in their stomachs until their faces were blue, and would implore me to make theirs last - preferably the night before the wedding so as to lost every last bit of weight possible. The flower girls, on the other hand, would always stick their little tummies WAY out as soon as I approached with a tape measure.

Lori ann said...

i so need to make an immie tee! for me! love the tern in mist and her big little outfit! you are the best mummy.

madder said...

oooh...thanks! :)

madder said...

and Kate--yes that posture! that's so funny about the brides.

immie does this a lot. i just want to kiss her belly when she does...

meppybn said...

looks like you'll be all set for next year :) :)

Charlotte Cunningham said...

Is the bigger size available to buy as a pattern? My little one has now grown out of hers. Thanks Charlotte

madder said...

I think I will make some notes to a project page in Ravelry...and perhaps I'll add it to the pattern, too. Check back here--I'll write a post about it what I end up doing.
thanks!

madder said...

and yes, next spring....these (both) should fit her pretty well!

Nancy said...

I would be so happy if you offered a pattern to fit a 7 yo who is actually as big as a 10 year old (in a 10-12). She would love an Immie sweater.

madder said...

Ah, okay...maybe I can add a few more sizes. I've had requests before...I'll keep you posted!

Stephanie Benko said...

Your work is beautiful. I think I need an Immie Tee too. I am new to your blog. My grandma's name is Imogene also. So uncommon and lovely.

madder said...

imogene is also a pretty name! So close to imogen. actually, immie gets called imogene a lot.