Introducing the “Strawberry Sweater”, so named by The Munchkin.
I can hear you saying, “Strawberry sweater? That doesn’t make any sense.”
I did say that the four year old named it that, right? And when do four year olds ever make sense?
She does have a rhyme to her reason this time, however. When I showed her the photo of the example sweater that I was knitting for her (it’s Pepper, by the way), she focused in on the pretty strawberry buttons and that was all she could think about from that moment on.
Gorgeously dyed purples, greens, and browns – a colorway named “Rapunzel”, her favorite princess, no less! – and all she talked about was the strawberry buttons!
Soft, soft yarn, soft enough to wrap a snuggly baby in, and she told everyone about how “Mama is making me a strawberry sweater”.
I even special ordered Rapunzel buttons to match perfectly, and she chose instead to have strawberry buttons.
So I had them special ordered, too. Purple strawberries to match a Rapunzel sweater.
And today, she is wearing a hand-me-down red turtleneck sweater with plain buttons because she doesn’t like strawberries any more.
At least I made it big enough that when she does like it again, it might still fit.
Pepper by Elena Nodel in Mosaic Moon Rapunzel on Gaia worsted with purple strawberry buttons from Tessa Ann
Oh, while I am here – this pattern, like every other pattern that I have bought from this designer, is well written, thorough, and easy to use. It is worth every penny.