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on: January 11, 2006 06:01:24 PM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by fluffyhelen
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I've been on a bit of a knitting frenzy tonight, but not really cos they're all pretty small projects!

One Hour Baby Booties


Penguin doing the honours of modelling the booties.

One of the second pair I made.

This one was a bit tragic.  I ran out of yarn just as I finshed stitching it!  Nooooo..  it was yarn off ebay too and the only other items I used it for was a scarf for my dad (er, doubt he'll let me borrow a bit off the end..) and a hat!  Eek.  It's very sad, and very a bit stupid on my part too.   Roll Eyes

I added a crochet flower thing to the front of it too, I'm going to try and find a use for my lonesome baby bootie!

Baby booties, yey!  These are going to be.. adorning the feet of teddy bears until I find somebody to give them to!  Smiley
on: January 14, 2006 06:36:46 PM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by fluffyhelen
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I'm just going to add this to my own topic..

Yellow booties

Burgundy booties with a handspun crocheted flower


I have found a willing guinea pig for my booties btw now..   Cheesy
on: January 19, 2006 07:40:24 AM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by stepitote
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Hey, I just made these last week, too! I used that bulky suede yarn from Lion. Get it? Blue suede shoes! (OK, I'm entirely more amused by that than anyone else was, but the mom-to-be who received them seemed to like them anyway.)

You can see a bigger view here:
on: January 19, 2006 08:59:54 PM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by gezellig_girl
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I made these a while back (and the photos are somewhat crappy, but you get the idea):

Of course, they went COMPLETELY unappreciated by the crappy sister-in-law I made them for, but that was to be expected.

on: April 08, 2006 08:27:57 AM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by kookoosp
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I made a couple of pairs of these back in the summer using Blue Sky Alpaca Cotton.  I'm back to making them again, as it seems like EVERYONE I know is getting knocked up.   Shocked

Summer 2005 @ the shower...

Another one March 2006 for the boss's daughter...

A work collegue asked me to make some for her future nephew and that she'd buy them!  How much?  I dunno yet.  Working on a blue pair with Lang Yarns in Eve.  This pattern is really easy and cute!
on: July 03, 2006 05:23:00 AM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by miss-susan
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Here's my version, made for my boss who just had his first baby (can you tell it was a girl?):
They were made on Valley Yarns Shelburne (alpaca, wool, and acrylic blend of some sort) on needles about 2 sizes bigger than what the pattern called for. I think the baby will be able to wear them to her high school prom they turned out so big.

Here they are all wrapped up! I think the box really makes the gift.
on: April 22, 2006 11:47:50 AM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by tasha07
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that's the pair i made to send home to my sister for her baby shower. they came out cute, i think.
on: June 11, 2006 07:42:02 PM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by Violet
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everyone's booties are so adorable! i especially love the pink and white.  Cheesy

i made a pair for my mom's coworker's grandson in bernat cottontots, held double:

the buttons are little blue teddy bears.
on: June 18, 2006 06:44:28 AM 
Started by fluffyhelen, Message by DancingBoots
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Okay, so using Super Chunky is really important. These tiny slippers were done in Red Heart Super Saver and they came out to only 2" (that's the bottom of an iPod in the photo for perspective). I laughed my head off and when I was done, I decided to make a pair as some lucky doll or stuffy can probably wear some ruby red slippers!

No -  I only had brown chunky wool in my stash so that wouldn't be appropriate. Any one else have problems with them being too small?

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