Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Dog Booties for Baby (or Snoopy)

The cuffs can be unfolded for extra warmth:

Yarn: Reynold's Lopi (brown body), Brown Sheep Nature Spun Worsted (black cuffs), Brown Sheep Nature Spun Worsted (red tongue).

Pattern: from the book Knit Baby Heads & Toes! by Gwen Steege. These booties were designed by Bev Galeskas of Fiber Trends.

Speaking of Fiber Trends, I made these FT slippers for myself last month:

Betcha can't knit just one (pair). This is around the 10th pair I've made from this pattern.

Gratuitous cat photo:


Kristi said...

Those dog booties are the cutest thing. Wow.

Eve said...

I just have one thing to say.





kmkat said...

Thank you for the Fiber Trends felted clog picture! I bought the pattern and some Knit Picks yarn to make a pair as a Christmas present. La Harlot linked to the pattern once and iirc said she had made them many times, but she is in a class by herself. I'm assuming that you, like me, are a Mere Mortal. Thus, if you can do it 10 times, I can do it once.

fig said...

Those dog booties are just about the cutest thing I've ever seen! Bev is a genius and you did such a beautiful job!

http://lifesastitch.typepad.com said...

I have to find that book - super sweet booties,

http://lifesastitch.typepad.com said...

Question, I went online looking for the book with the doggie slippers and the picture on the book doesn't look felted. Is it a felted pattern or did you do that on your own? If so, did you felt them with the ears attached, cuffs done (presumably non felting yarn), nose....

Yoir niece is one lucky girl with you around! There are so many of your things I want to try.

dog shoes said...

Did you do all these booties dear?
Awesome looking.I love it.

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