Shake, shake, shake...

When I started knitting, my first project was a pair of baby booties, and it's still one of my favorite patterns. It's pretty much a given that any friends of mine who have babies are going to get a pair. So today Charlize's mom sent me this pic of her modeling my most recent pair. I hope they warm her feet as much as this picture warms my heart. Awwwww....

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Thinman's picture

Adorable!....the booties look good too. :)

chipsir's picture

I am sure they will keep baby warm and toastie for months to come as I am sure that photo will do the same for you.

Craig's picture

Such a great photo, very cute babty and very nice booties.

Have been knitting for years. I knit continually then will try another craft, but will return to the needles.

TomH's picture

Where did you get the pattern?

stch's picture

She's adorable, and the booties you knitted look wonderful!

A gorgeous baby wearing a beautiful pair of bootees - aaawww.

purlyman's picture

Very cute!! Thanks for sharing with us.


QueerJoe's picture

I LOVE that picture...what gorgeous child. The booties look nothing short of perfect.

Kilted Knitter's picture

Very cute!! The booties not so bad either! hehe!3

rjcb3's picture

Absolutely beautiful!!!

...and it is all the more rewarding to actually see your knitting accomplishments being worn.

Bravo! Excellent job.


Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Wonderful picture. Those booties are my favorites for babies. I tried adapting them for adults....bad move. One sister, Irene, said they reminded her of Daffy Duck feet. That got frogged right away. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

jwhassjr's picture

Love 'em. Such a great gift, they look fabulous.

rc_in_sd's picture

Thanks for the kind comments, guys! The pattern is out of a Leisure Arts beginner book called "I Can't Believe I'm Knitting." The pattern is made flat starting at the sole. It has some easy instep shaping and then it's seamed from the cuff down after you've cast off.

That is one precious baby! With wonderful booties too...