Two Pairs

I hope you’re not tired of seeing booties because I have two new pairs to show off:

I had started these earlier last week, but had the sole linings left to hand stitch. I finally finished them up while watching television last night. The first pair is a Halloween themed set using 2 fat quarters that I picked up at a local quilt shop. The second, is using a guitar (exterior) and keyboard (interior) prints that I received in a personal swap.
I’ve decided that after I finish up the Happy Stacker, I’m taking a break from making baby items – I’m burned out on them and am ready to start sewing up some clothes for myself. Although my body hasn’t quite returned to it’s pre-pregnancy shape, it’s as close as it’s going to be for awhile so it’s time to build up the wardrobe with clothes for my new measurements. I haven’t decided what to make first – anyone have any suggestions (i.e. what your favorite pattern)?

9 thoughts on “Two Pairs

  1. Meg

    If I had had this blog to look at the last time I was pregnant, I never wouldn’t have left the computer. So clever, so cute. I’m sure you are ready for a break. You’ve done a lot of great work!

  2. Mae

    Hi, Stacy! I do understand how you could be burned out of baby stuff. I have been looking at patterns for fall since it is getting very cool very quickly here in Vermont. I just picked up New Look 6406. I am also looking at New Look 6677 and 6704. I would love to make a long sleeved shirtdress with 6704. Also seeing what I can add long sleeves to in my pattern stash. At least the drapey look is still in for fall!

  3. Monica

    The booties are too cute!
    I too am on a Mommy sewing kick right now. Sewing school clothes for the wee ones took a lot out of me.
    Have been looking at New Look patterns 6785 (top B-loving the neck line, can you see this in a charcoal with tights & boots or leggings and flats?), 6621, and 6647 (top B with a great pair of jeans)!
    On another note, I’m Monica (one of the Bloggy Chicks) and I wanted to make sure that you knew that you are one of the winners for the Reversiable Bucket Hat from! Please forward your e-mail so the pattern can be sent and look forward to working on some sewing projects with you!
    Happy Sewing to All,

  4. perla

    hello. Perla I’m from Argentina.
    and i love amy butler designs. 2 years ago I am in search of these patterns. on these beautiful boots and weekender travel bag. from here is very difficult ather.y would like to know if someone you can provide.
    my personal email is
    will thank you endlessly, greetings. perla

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