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Hand knittet baby clothes

My hart is melting every time I look at this. My step-mum (-who was, btw. the woman that taught me how to sew) knitted this soft wool baby clothes.


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    you are so lucky!!

    absolutely wonderful.

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    Inge February 12, 2010

    hvor er det fint, glæder mig til at se billeder af baby i tøjet…
    God weekend

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    lins February 12, 2010


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    lina February 12, 2010

    how beautiful!

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    Avena February 12, 2010


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    Nadine February 13, 2010

    oh, how sweet!

    my mother kept a few pieces from my childhood. a doll, a pillow and a knitted jacket (i think my granny made it) and gave them to me some years ago and now i keep them like a treasure =)

    nice weekend!

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    Alice February 13, 2010

    Wow this is just too cute for words!

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    Katrine Ny February 13, 2010

    Awww!!! Hvor fint!
    Jeg kender desværre ingen, der kan strikke så fint, men jeg ville ønske jeg gjorde!

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    mette/ungt blod February 13, 2010

    fantastisk. uld og babyer er den bedste kombination! tak for sidst! det var hyggeligt!

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      brinja February 22, 2010

      Mette: Ja, super hyggeligt. Selv tak!!

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    Matilda February 14, 2010

    Oh, how beautiful! Have a look to this web shoop for baby organic cotton knitwear http://www.funchi.si and Mateja’s blog http://www.fun-chi.blogspot.com

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    bba February 15, 2010

    Hvor er det sødt, og så flot strikket.

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    Brit February 15, 2010

    Aww so sweet of your step mum! I’ll bet you your little girl will live in those comfy warm baby clothes!

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    Rudegirls February 16, 2010

    Det er bare så fint!!!

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    Maria Ana February 17, 2010

    Unique pieces for your baby:)

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