Two Left Feet

Why YES, I have been on a bit of a baby bootie bender, lately. So kind of you to notice and thank you in advance for your patience.

First, the pair that I had cut out at the same time as the last pair I showed you.

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I have no sizing labels – I ordered some, once, from an Etsy shop, but they were sold out. I was annoyed that I was able to “purchase” a product that didn’t exist and I’ve never remembered to try again – so I helpfully made these Christmas themed so that the baby’s parents would know about when they should fit.

While I was at it I started another pair for a co-worker and excited expectant first-time grandmother, this time without a helpful seasonal cue.

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I was careless and sewed the linings of those booties in the same direction which gave me two bootie linings for the same foot. That wasn’t going to work as people’s feet usually come one on each side. No matter, I thought. Instead of picking a seam out of that fleece and pulling it out of shape in the process I’ll just make ANOTHER PAIR. I then proceeded to make one lining for the correct foot and a third lining for the other. Sigh. Enough is enough even for baby-booties-crazy me and I did pick that seam out without misshaping the fleece too much.

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I am left with a single pair of unclaimed booties, this time possibly with a seasonal cue if they find their way to a baby born in the fall. I considered using just fleece for the sole lining since these booties scream springtime, but how could I not line bunny booties in soft furriness?

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I am done with booties for now, though not with the gifts.

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Booties are stackable!

 

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