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Free lunch: Covering baby toes

Let’s take as our starting point some classically styled booties.

Then let’s move on to knee-high booties, for those babies who always manage to disengage themselves from their footwear.

These socks help babies express their inner Wicked Witches of the East.

Or maybe their inner monsters?

If you’re a sock knitter, you may especially enjoy these baby booties made with leftover sock yarn. Best of all, there’s no seaming whatsoever!

The person who wrote that pattern then upped the cuteness ante with these munchkin slippers, also made with leftover sock yarn and sized for newborn feet. Again, no seaming!

These are made from worsted-weight yarn,

Prefer your baby booties to come in mindless-knitting versions? Check out these slippers, formed from simple squares.

3 Responses to “Free lunch: Covering baby toes”

  1. melindaon 25 Jul 2010 at 3:09 pm

    Ooh, I like these. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Bethon 26 Jul 2010 at 7:41 am

    Thanks for this collection to cover babies’ feet. I specially like the munchkin and “wicked” ones.

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