This gorgeous 4-piece set has been lovingly hand-knitted using all brand new materials in a smoke-free environment.
It consists of a matinee coat, long pants, pom pom hat and bootees.
I have used King Cole Baby DK in cream and a soft coffee colour called Pebble.
The coat has a collar and pretty chevron lace and fastens with cream buttons.
The pom pom hat has a little teddy button sewn securely on the brim.
The little pants are elasticated at the waist for a snug fit and the set is finished with matching bootees that tie with matching i-cords.
The set will fit 0-3 month babies or 18-22″ reborn dolls.
Shown on my 21″ reborn which is NOT included in the sale. Teddy not included.
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My first bout of Depression at the age of 16 hit me like a bolt out of the blue. That was nearly 60 years ago and the black dog still raises its head on many occasions. It is always there, just behind my shoulder, waiting for its moment to creep back into my life. Doctors have tried me on various medications but none really work. I will never feel care free again and I have learned to accept that.
After having my first daughter I suffered badly with post natal depression. I had terrible hallucinations. I crawled to the bathroom on my hands and knees just so I didn’t have to see the faces at the window. I believed murderers were coming for me and my baby. It was terrifying. It eventually went away but left me with severe anxiety to this day. Once the family was complete I needed to get back to work but was too scared. In the end, my hubby set up an interview for me at the ambulance service where he worked. He took me and waited patiently outside until it was over which was a real help. I got the job and worked for the ambulance service for the next 25 years. Unfortunately, years of lifting heavy patients in the days before lifting aids has prolapsed a disc in my back and I now have to live with chronic pain.
Now I also care for my elderly parents. Mum has Dementia, Diabetes, heart problems and Wet Macular Disease which has taken the sight of one eye and is slowly destroying the other. Dad was her carer but, at 84, he was struggling so now I care for them both. After all the years they cared for me when I was young it’s only right that I pay them back now. Looking after two homes when I am in so much pain is a real challenge. But you keep going don’t you? The highlight of each day is when I can sit down in the evening and get my knitting out. I can feel my shoulders relax after a row or two. Concentrating on my knitting means all other worries and cares can be forgotten for an hour or two. I don’t have the patience for big items (hence the state of my wardrobe!) but I adore making items for babies and reborn dolls.