I've been thinking about felt doll food. My thoughts are so dangerous...
In other news, I was getting kinda bored with the same old booties, so I made a pair by cutting the sleeves off of a baby sweater (that somehow managed to remain tagged and unworn for the last four years). Definitely my favorite style bootie so far. There's a wee bit of room for improvement because I'm not all crazy about the white bias tape binding, but otherwise I was quite satisfied with the results! I'm such a sucker for cable knit. Next slipper season, if I get my hands on a scarf or two, we're in trouble!
(hmmm...maybe my grayed photos could use some improvement too)
And last but not least, it's amazing what kind of fun a girl can have on a $16 fabric shopping spree. So many ideas, so little time!
P.S.: Chipper Snipper Tip: It's pretty much common knowledge among sewers that if you serge your fabrics before you wash them, you can avoid an irritating web of frayed fabrics in your dryer. I almost never do this because I'm a) too lazy, b) too tired, c) too excited to get my lovelies pre-shrunk to be sidetracked by a trip to the machine. However, I serged this time and it was totally worth it. I hereby endorse serging -- especially on quarter and eigth yard pieces.