Tag Archives: Baby

Special Delivery

Special Delivery

In some cultures it is told that babies are born in a cabbage patch. Other cultures pick their babies off the sunflower heads. Belarusan folklore tells of babies delivered by storks, yet nobody knows from where exactly. It’s a tradition that everybody favours the stork, and attracts them to their household by placing an old […]

The Isabell Dress

The Isabell Party Dress
[columns] [span6] [/span6][span6] [/span6][/columns] The Isabell dress is a tribute to my dear mother, Alice Isabell (Butson) Break, who passed away in November 2005. I loved my mother dearly – all 5’2” of her – and miss her little sayings. These days I find myself mouthing her words: “There is always more than one way […]

Bendy Bootees – Bootees with Knees

Bendy Bootees – Bootees

These bootees are an adaptation of an old pattern for “bootees with knees” – bootees that come up over a baby’s knees. Originally they were made to protect baby from drafts caused by the nightgowns babies used to wear. These days, the moms that have received them report that they protect little knees when the […]