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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Crochet Cuff Baby Booties & Beanie

Lately I have been crocheting up a storm! I just finished this project and I am am almost finished with an afghan for my guest room. Earlier this week while wandering through the craft store, I stumbled upon this adorable pattern/kit for these sweet little crochet baby booties! I just had to try it! I decided to make a baby beanie to go with the booties. I chose to use a blue yarn ( weight #4 ) to wear with jeans ( I can just see my little mountain man now!! ) .

I like them so much, I have started to work on a pink pair for a friend's little girl. If you are interested in purchasing a set from me at sarahannchristensen@gmail.com (booties and beanie customized colors to your specifications)Please feel free to contact me! I have found different materials/colors to sew the actual booties with as well. Thought I would share how cute they came out. :)


Close up of Beanie

Close up of booties



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2 comments:

Autumn said...

So cute. You should totally keep them later for your grandkids. My in-laws just gave me some booties and coat that Justin's great-grandmother made and it gets passed down to every generation. Very cool.

Anna said...

So cute! I know you can't wait to have your sweet baby boy wearing them. :)