Baby knits, part 1

Asa Anders Nielsen was born at 6 p.m. April 28, 2012.
He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19.5 inches long.

Word Lily knitsA much-delayed post of baby knits.

One advantage of my tardiness: You can see at least some of them modeled. :p

Let’s start with the one fibery failure, shall we?
These booties, while super cute, simple and quick to knit, were too small for wee Asa when he was born. They’ve a place in the nursery decor for the moment.


These booties/socks did work, though, and they also have a matching hat.
[Age: 2 weeks]

Then there’s the hat you’ve already seen.

[Age: 1 week]

I’ll have two more posts of baby knits for you when I can get them drafted.

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23 responses to “Baby knits, part 1

  1. Awww, he’s beautiful! Congratulations!!

  2. What a doll! Those knit items are pretty darn cute too!

  3. He’s so cute! Congratulations!
    I hope you are both doing well!

  4. Hannah! He is a gorgeous baby! Look at that character in his face! SO CUTE! I was so excited to see your post and how fun to knit him such great items!

  5. Congrats! So adorable. :)

  6. Congratulations! He’s gorgeous! Love, love, love the booties.

  7. Oh my heart! Asa is so beautiful–I adore that first picture of him. Hold him and love him as much as you can while he’s little–they change SO quickly.

    Congrats Hannah. I can’t wait to see more of baby Asa. ;) (gotta love those palindrome names)

  8. Congratulations! He’s so adorable and he looks snappy in those homemade knits. :)

  9. He is so cute Hannah!!

    It’s too bad those first booties didn’t fit, because they are adorable!

  10. Congratulations on the safe arrival of your handsome little boy!

  11. Aww, he’s a cutie! How quickly that first month does fly! Hope you and wee Asa are both doing great.

  12. I am very late to this announcement! Congratulations, Hannah, he is perfect! When your little guy starts to smile and laugh, your heart will be changed forever (as if it isn’t already!)

  13. Congrats on BABY!!! he is adorable. And he makes quite the stylin’ model for the nifty knits.

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