I have it on very good authority that Frankie Brown’s Baby Boots stay on Isaac’s feet. Brown makes the pattern available free on Ravelry and I’ve taken to calling them iBoots.
Isaac’s first pair has been a big hit and so I made two more pair. These four boots are definitely part of the defense-against-the-cold-feet team, though they don’t exactly fall into pairs. Here’s a few other views:
All Brown asks is that we consider donating to the UK non-profit “Children’s Liver Disease Foundation.” You can follow her fundraising effort here. More than 7000 pounds and still counting.
These four boots took 43 grams of Schoeller+Stahl Fortissima Colori Socka Color. Here’s the Yarndex entry for it. Great yarn, in an easy care 75% wool/25% acrylic mix.
While I was thinking cold feet, I decided to knit the cuffs for a quick “cheater’s” infant boot. I used Boye Starting Points boots, which I purchased many years ago and located during my holiday yarn-stash reorganizing. The boot has a tape sewn into the inner part of the fabric cuff so all you have to do is knit the sock-top and sew it to the tape. Couldn’t be easier and quite a nice effect.