I made these a couple of weeks ago to keep Emily's feet warm. I was thinking I needed to get her some slippers when one of the boys said, "Can't you just make her some like ours." Well of course I can! And I already had yarn leftover from her stocking. They did end of costing me about $10 because I broken the circular needle I was using. :(
I made the smallest size. I was sure hoping I could get it to felt small enough. After about 20-30 minutes in the washing machine, they were perfect.
I added some flexible fabric glue hearts to the bottoms because that wool is wayyyy to slippery for a toddler. Now if I could just get her to leave them on!
I have been married since 1990 to a wonderful man. We have one (grown?) son on his own, one son in 8th grade who loves to beat his drums, one son in 5th grade who makes beautiful music on the piano, and a beautiful 2 yr old who loves everything pink, purple, and girly whom we adopted from foster care. After 22 years in New Mexico we have recently moved across the country. I love Jesus with all my heart. I love my men. I love my girl. I love to read. I love to knit. I love digital scrapbooking. I love chocolate. That about sums it up!