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Monday, January 31, 2011

For the Shop: Baby Booties

As I mentioned last week, I've been very  busy sewing for my new booth space at the gift bazaar where I'm going to start vending. 

I love being able to post new tutorials and projects for you, but this week you are stuck with a collection of my most recent creations.

 I think that it is always quite fun coming up with different styles and versions of the same pattern.  The crocodile mary jane's are my favorite for the girls, but I'm loving the plaid booties at the top of the page.

Herringbone and houndstooth, two of my favorite prints.  My husband thinks that the sheen on the houndstooth version sends pushes them out of the realm of gender neutral, and over to the feminine side, but I disagree.


Jessica at Me Sew Crazy said...

Very very cute!!! Love the first pair!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh those are so cute I almost wish I had a new born again, almost.

Unknown said...

I love them all! They are just so adorable and I am SURE they will sell like hotcakes for you. You have such an awesome talent for selecting the perfect materials/patterns. And I don't think the houndstooth is particularly feminine -- they'd be perfect for a little boy in a tux/vest with a bow tie!

Emily said...

Ooh so cute! I love the different versions! Where's your new boutique/bazaar?

The Hoffers said...

What pattern did you use for these?

Citra said...

Oh, Tricia, I'm are ubber-talented
How was your bazaar going ?