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Cute with moccasins?

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Yes, it has come to this — I am trying to base an outfit for the baby on what would look cute with her new shoes:

    http://www.moccasinsdirect.com/products/images300/1482.jpg

    Suggestions? I have most every pattern, plus the book.

    I feel like I’ve lost a bit of my mind. When did I become this person who buys baby boots and then tries to sew clothes to match them? Is it hormones? Do they wear off? (I kind of hope they don’t.)

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    icicle @icicle

    Know that you are not alone! And it’s harmless fun, so why not?

    We have moccasins here too. I find they look best with full skirts and tights or with narrow leggings/pants on my four year old. How old is your baby? Chubby little baby legs look cute without tights but with bloomers and mocs too…

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    Oh, good idea, her 17-month-old legs are still nice and chubby. I think we’ll go for tights, though, it’s still a little cool here. Thanks!

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    mela @mela

    oh so cute!! My first thought is that those would look great with the puppetshow shorts. or the 2+2 top with leggings. the puppetshow dress would be great, also, since it is a fuller dress. Pretty much any of the tops with some leggings would be so great! Have fun!

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    sayiamyou @maraya

    Denim swing set skirt with tights!!

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    Sarvi @Sarvi

    I had a very strong impulse to stay up all night sewing so she could have a new outfit, but exhaustion prevailed in the end. She wore a blouse sort of similar to one of the new Spring designs — a bit of elastic at the neck and raglan sleeves — with some shorts that are sort of like the Puppet Show shorts, with leggings underneath for warmth. Now to sew my own versions in my favorite fabrics 🙂

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