My Proudest Achievement HotTag competition winners
Back in September, we asked you to post your favourite projects and add the HotTag “MyProudestAchievement” and in the ensuing weeks we’ve received hundreds of amazing entries. Below are the lucky winners!
Made with Debbie Bliss Roma, this wool and alpaca blend will keep your baby warm and comfy. We love the tassels on the corners, and the varied palette of colors would be great for a boy or girl.
The intricate fair isle pattern on this sweater looks incredibly time consuming, but the final result is totally worth it. Isobel said this was her first time steeking, an intimidating task for sure. Well done!
Inspired by the earth tones of nature, Myriam knit this Berroco sweater in the Brown Rice color of Berroco Ultra Alpaca with touches of Mahogany Mic, Irwyn Green, and Candied Yam Mix. A simple pattern with an elegant touch. She almost blends into the branches she gazes at.
This wise old owl is done up in Paintbox Yarns, after a pattern by Whitney Webster. He looks like a comfy companion to lay your head on, perhaps while reading an Audobon book on birds, or working on a crossword puzzle?
Your baby will be ready for a sock hop in this lovely vintage-inspired romper made by Wendy M. The original design by OGE Knitwear Designs includes an A-line dress and bolero as well, for the truly stylish toddler.
Perfect for a baby photo shoot, this outfit includes vintage 100% silk ribbons and a wonderful alpaca and silk blend Amano Ayni yarn. If your baby could talk, she’d certainly tell you she feels like royalty in these clothes.
Knit for her grandson Micah, this cabled sweater uses Heather Cabanas’ pattern and replaces the buttons with every child’s favorite rabbit, Peter! Made from Plymouth Yarn Jeannee Worsted, this cotton and acrylic blend is great for babies’ sensitive skin.
Jenny made this stunning lace shawl to wear at her wedding, and finished it with just a day to go! Knit with the gorgeous mohair and silk Angel yarn from Debbie Bliss, this will surely be and heirloom piece passed down for generations.
To see the rest of the wonderful entrants you can click here, and you can read about our current HotTag “Festive Projects” competition here, and see the great entries so far by clicking the photo below:
Last updated: December 5th, 2016.