FO's: Belle Isle and a poncho

I've finished up and managed to finally photograph a couple new finished objects.  

Just dropping by to share them quickly!

I made this sweet little Belle Isle shirt for my friend's new baby girl, and just adore how it turned out.  Such a sweet little design, so feminine and perfect for the new baby sister to 3 big brothers!

Hope you love your shirt, little Maggie!

I used some Luna Grey Fiber Arts Aspen Sport, in the super versatile and gorgeous Mushroom colorway that I had left over from my Lodgepole Pullover sample.   Add sweet little flowered pink buttons, and it's the perfect touch of feminine along with this great neutral.  So sweet. 


I also finished up this poncho that I worked on as a KAL with my LYS, Main Street Yarn Shop.  

The pattern is I Want that Wrap, by Carolyn Kinghorn.  I have to admit, it wasn't the most riveting knit, but I am very, very pleased with the result.  The Tara Tweed was a nice, rustic yarn to work with and blocked really great.  It's light and airy, yet warm to wrap up in.  And the perfect finishing touch, the vintage glass buttons.  I LOVE these buttons, they are so great. 

I have been moving into some spring/summer weather knits, using linen and cotton, as well as lace weight wool.  Loving them all!  

I've also been whipping up a couple quick little bunnies for my kiddos' easter baskets.  The pattern is Briar Bunny from Amanda Keeys, and it's so fun and sweet!


That's all for now!  What are you working on for Spring?