I had seen a cradle purse (not even knowing what it was) at the local farmer's market a couple years ago. With the WONDERFUL gift of Ravelry, I was able to not only discover what it was called, but find several FREE patterns and variations. This one has been in My Ravelry Queue for quite some time to make for ONE of my girls (of course with MM being a little pinky girl, I was almost certain this would be her's).
And for those of you who remember the pillowcase nightgowns I made all my girls (THANK YOU AGAIN Rebecca!!!), yes that IS the SAME gown I made for MM. It is quite a bit shorter on her now (it comes to her knees instead of her ankles), but she still loves and treasures it (she even told me that I cannot sell it when she outgrows it because she wants to keep it to give to her daughters). :D
Of course she had to put her puppy in it instead of a doll! LOL!!
Follow along my journey with my son JJ - his medical issues, food allergies and feeding issues. And now environmental allergies.
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