Remember the sweater vest I made for my grand daughter (age 7)? Here is a matching one for her new doll she will get from us for Chanukah. (Shush, don't tell). The doll is modeling the hat I made for GD to go with her sweater and shirt (with the black/red/rose stripes). The dolls vest is knit and the flowers are crocheted; hat is crocheted.
This psychedelic tye dyed yarn turned into a colorful hat for my Grateful Deadhead son! I hope he likes it.Allie's Words. A bag full of words on small child sized quiltlets that spell out her family members faces/names/genders/family standing etc; and objects and their descriptions to help teach this hearing impaired child language.
Kaeli, Sister on front: big sister, baby, pink, hair, eyes, nose, smile, mouth on the back.
I got the idea for this "Toy" from reading Cued Speech Resource Book For Parents of Deaf Children.
Allie got her first hearing aide installed two days ago. They said she was more responsive that had been expected. I am yet to learn exactly what this means. So am staying quietly optimistic, but not sure to what level I should be...another words not counting my chickens yet.