From Sonia, aka PeacefulKnitter on Ravelry:
What sweet variegated yarn!
Here is Sonia's blog: Peaceful Knitter
Isn't her little girl adorable?!?!
From Amy Gillespie, aka evelynnsmommy on Ravelry:
Can you guess what these are?
Here's another clue:
Ok, now I am hungry! Are those bootees and hat delicious? Visit Amy at her blog here, and her Etsy shop here. She has wonderful patterns!
Here are her modifications: "I shortened the section before the ribbing to only 6 rows of garter stitch in the pink yarn. Then I switched to brown but I didn’t switch needles for the ribbing. Then I added picot edging (With a crochet hook slip a stitch into the last pink row, Chain 3 stitches, slip stitch back into the original stitch to make a little loop. Single crochet into the next stitch around. And repeat around the cuff). If I’d thought about it I would have put in eyelets for ties, but I didn’t, so I just made an ornamental tie with about 45-50 chain stitches and attached some crochet cherries to the ends." Amy.
From Alison, aka fjorlief on Ravelry:
Little Green Feet; I love these :) Here is Alison's Blog with her modifications.
From Elizabeth, aka CountingSheep on Ravelry:
Aren't these cute little apple bootees? She made them to welcome her new little girl into the world; congrats to your whole family! Read about Elizabeth and her knitting at her blog here.
From Katie, aka tangledfleece on Ravelry:
Aren't those adorable??? The little pants and the whole outfit are adorable!You can read more about Katie's knitting adventures here.
Those are just a few of the super unique ideas I have seen around of the Inspired Bootees. Keep it up everyone! I love seeing all your lovely babies in their cute little bootees :D
You can get your Inspired Bootees Pattern Here :) Happy Knitting!