Today, I am sharing a raglan top that I have made. I love making these raglans. Yes, i know it is almost May and I know it is warming up, but long sleeve raglan still come in handy, in that the grandkids these were made for, the families love to go into the mountains.
These are so easy to whip up. I am making more of these. Especially in blue, as the little guy wearing this one, has requested more in blue.
When I first gave this to him, he did not want to take it off. In fact he tried to argue the point with his mommy that it was so soft it could be pajamas. Mommy told him that he could wear it the next day, if he could get pajamas on. Now, the little guy wore it for like 3 days straight. How? The first day he put it on the right way, the next day, hmmm, this side is dirty, so I just turn it around, and then, I just turn it wrong side out.
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This grandma is pleased that the grandkids love the things I make for them.
I am hoping in the next few days to share with you another make from Petite Stitchery.
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