Thursday, April 24, 2008

Farming for baby booties

Ok, so you cannot exactly grow baby booties from that ground like a farmer, but don't these look oh so warm, soft and adorable? Then check out moonlightllamas on Etsy! She has been a proud llama owner and creator of llama products, to support my llama habit, since 1990.

The fiber for these booties came from a llama named Java Jack (there is even a picture of him listed with these baby booties). The cuffs are hand knit from Frog Tree alpaca in dark pink. Warm and soft, kids just love to have them on their feet and look into those eyes. These are 3 and 1/2 inches long, generally new born to 6 months, and cost $26. She can make larger ones for 6-18 mos. for $30 and has many different color options for the cuffs. The felt is always natural colored llama fiber.

You can also my llama felting fiber, make your own felted hat kits and the most adorable little teddy bears made out of an old mink stole. Not to mention the fabulous felted soap bars that are a freshener and loofah all in one!

2 comments:

Heather Toohill said...

Oops I missed two grammar mistakes. Sorry! The most important one is that moonlightllamas is the one with the llama habitat, not me.

MyFairLadyVT4 said...

These are so cute!