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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

More booties

I've been in the baby mode lately.  Right now, I don't have the patience to make large objects, hence the two shawls on needles in various states of being finished.

Angora baby booties

 Page 81 Booties

I also made a Hexagon Revisited Sweater, which will fit a 3-4 year old.  Buttons aren't sewn on yet; may change them for a more girlie sweater, given the yarn has sparklies in it.

 these pattens  are in my Ravelry library.

Oh yeah, I made a halloween grab bag, too!!


  1. You have certainly been busy!!! Cute booties. The sweater has an interesting design. And the grab bag is spooktacular.

    1. Thank you, Dianna. I love the different bootie patterns. I have a set I finished last night, but forgot to add it to the other pictures. May have to add a blog note!!

  2. Why can't a red sparkly sweater have baseballs? Girls don't love the game??? or the players in those uniforms???

    I love the design of the booties, lots of room for little toes to wiggle-round with a cuff that'll help keep them from coming off and getting lost.

    And, you know how I love that blue shading on your project bag, gal. Gives that depth that so many holiday designs lack.

    No idle hands at your end


    1. No idle hands, just an idle mind most days. i must get my act together and find a new passion (besides knitting, crocheting, and sewing). I'd still like to start selling things, but it's hard to find patterns that aren't copyrighted. At least the ones I want to make and sell.

    2. hmmm, depends on what you want to sell.
      There are so many generic patterns that one could modify to make individual. Use a 'recipe' for making the item and add your own touch.