Busy in April. I took a little break from my hat marathon and worked on some baby socks. Then I had to get back to hats b/c I was no longer "ahead." Now I am just on target.
Blue top left: Sara's slouch, kid size, crocheted.
Pink: preemie hat with ribbon, knitted.
Blue striped: Newborn, knitted.
Pink top left: Sara's slouch, kid sized, with ribbon ( I wanted to try it), crocheted.
Red bootie: knitted, top down, no seams, and yes, only one.
Colorful socks: toe up, knitted, slip-stitch heel, 6-9 month sized (for a skinny baby?)
Pink socks: top down, knitted, slip-stitch heel, same sizing issue.
Blue/blue socks: top down, short-row heel (my first ever), 0-3 month, for our neighbors' new baby.
Blue speckled: top down, slip-stitch heel, same sizing as pink.
And this is why there is only 1 red bootie. I think it looks like a boat. I hate sewing seams on booties and really want to love this pattern, but I don't. I think it looks silly. And I have no babies around to test it on and see if it "looks better on"--not being acquainted enough with my new neighbor to use her baby as a guinea pig. Any advice?