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Keeping little feet warm

I was looking for some hand knitted little booties over the weekend. Sure there’s a lot of little booties and fancy socks and shoes for teeny tiny feet in the market. However nothing says warmth and love like a piece that has been made specifically for you or in this case your little bundle!

After quickly abandoning my efforts to create one myself,  I turned to my best resource as always, Etsy. There’s so much fun stuff there that all you have to do is click the pay button and get some adorable booties commissioned for your little one! They are still handmade, just not by you maybe… but made especially for your little one!

Moccasin booties in cotton with faux suede fringes. Now it can’t get more authentic than that!

The very popular BUGG booties from Indian summer is now part of a giveaway on their website. If this is a must have on your list like it is on mine, make sure you enter and win it!

Add some whimsy and fun to the bootie collection with this Mr.Mustache booties, hand-knitted and then hand embroidered.

Criss cross baby booties in two tone. I love the color combination here. It’s an absolute must for Spring!

Keeping up with Spring show trends should not be a problem at all, these booties seem to have taken a cue from the current espadrilles trend. A true fashion statement!

If you must have wool for those little feet, then this is it. Pure wool booties with pattern to set them apart!

If you like Argyle patterns, these loafer booties are a must. They even customize the yarn you want them in from silks, merinos to cottons and wool.

These are definitely your everyday booties, the button top booties are easy on your wallet and perfect for little feet!

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1 peggy { 02.07.11 at 12:23 pm }

very nice selection… I am just busy to knit a pair, alpaca grey and very simple :)
Happy week to you!

2 Sabita { 02.08.11 at 3:45 pm }

I love them all but I adore the quirkiness of the mustache and the criss-cross ones…

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