Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Knit Headband

I finished Marsel's headband and she tried it on and left it on all day-for those of you who have tried a headband and removed it in only a bit of time because it squeezes your head too much- you will need to try this! Stays in place, looks lovely and it is a quick, fun knit! What more can you ask for-I am making one for myself.
While I knitted, Abigail waited patiently for her turn on the tractor..............she had been playing in the sand-she likes Grandma's big sandbox yard!
(IceCream + Sand=Dirty but Happy Grandchild)
She actually 'drove' it this time, too! It was a monumental moment!

6 comments:

  1. I managed to find the headband pattern on Knitpics and cant wait to try it.

    Driving a tractor is fun - only did in myself last year, but its hard work.

    Thanks for the nice comments on my blog too.

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  2. Yea, Abigail! Great job driving the tractor! I love you.

    Love,
    Daddy

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  3. We'll make a country girl out of her yet! :)

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  4. A headband that stays on all day?? Definitely worth a try. I've never encountered one that didn't slip right off. I love the look of a headband, but they never stay put.

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  5. P.S. Next time, let your model brush her hair before you take the picture! :)

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