Burda 2/11, #106
JustGail asked about my son in a comment on a post a last week, regarding his tooth situation so I thought I'd update you. He is doing much better. Once we had that tooth removed, the healing progressed very quickly and now you can hardly tell that there was anything wrong in there at all. Well, there is a big hole where the tooth was, but an adult tooth will come in soon enough. Thanks Gail, for asking.
I've finished up the second Burda t-shirt and I like it a lot better! The length is better both at the bottom hem and sleeves and that was the main thing that needed changing. I was constantly pulling down the t-shirt at the hem when wear-testing the first version, so this is much better.
While not an exciting pattern, it is a good basic pattern. I'll get a lot of wear from this one and should probably make more in other colors. It is getting to that point in the winter where I'm tired of black and white and need colors to perk things up!
Tomorrow: The start of Anthropologie knock-off, which hopefully will be more exciting than a t-shirt!
Parting Shot: Bonus. My daughter liked my fingerless gloves so much that she wanted a pair. Not exactly like mine, of course. She's twelve and you know she can't have anything exactly like mom's. She picked out a pattern from Knitpicks, and I found enough leftover yarn to knit them up. I even found enough so that she'd have her choice of two colorways. She chose the yarns below, leftover from socks.