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Me Made May '15: Days 19-23


May 19th: Office outfit. I love both of my Exeter cardigans, this is the first one I knitted. There's no hiding the baby bump anymore, so I'm not even trying to :)


May 20th: Rainy day, so I wanted to wear something bright. The cute little Petites Boulles hat is just perfect to brighten up a gray day and I love my Van Gogh umbrella that I bought on my trip to Amsterdam: it almost makes me look forward to rainy weather!


May 21st: These are my second pair of Astrid socks. I will show you more of them soon!


May 22nd: Another new project straight off my needles. This is my lovely little Hyperballad cowl!


May 23rd: And today we went shopping for baby stuff and also stopped to for coffee and macarons, because my feet started to ache from all the walking, like I need an excuse ;) Here's my Bough cowl!

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  1. Love the red hat! The bobbles are so sweet. You choose the best patterns to knit!

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    1. Thanks! I also like the hat with the bobbles, it's amazing how such a little detail can make such a cute result!

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