Vacation Slippers

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We were recently on a family trip to our home town. And that mean lots of driving, straight threw the Rockies. For me that means yarn crafts to pass the time. I just can’t sit still, so I crochet.

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I made a pair of my leather bottomed booties for our newest babies in the extended family. They came together so quickly that I started a pair for K.

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I love making slippers with leather bottoms, you can wear them on the porch and stuff. This time on K’s pair I got a bit more adventurous. Instead of building off the leather base, I added it to a crocheted bottom. The hardwood and tile seem chilly already at the new house, and we are just starting the rainy season, so I figured the added layer would keep his toes all snug.

in k's fav colour green!

in k’s fav colour green!

I will admit it was a bit tricky making a kid foot size. Being used to fat little baby feet and all. the technique is not perfected yet. They did come together he likes them so I started a pair for lil’ E too. They are sadly not done the scenery was too beautiful so I watched the landscape instead of crocheting.

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I planned to finishes E’s ASAP when we got home but they are still not done so the post is going up as is 🙂 You can see the inside all cozy and lines with wool, and I included a shot of the leather soles.

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I’ll leave you with some highway views, the snapshots d=off my phone really don’t do the beauty of the landscapes justice. There are taken from the western coastal mountains of Canada into the prairies and back again.

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Our majestic peaks to out wide open prairie skies !

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