(Newborn/Premiee sizes---go to the Doll listing)
3-6 months: 3.25" sole length
6-9 months: 3.50" sole length
9-12 months: 4" sole length
Solid color options are in the pictures. Please include color choice in the seller's notes
Give about 1 week to custom make. Made with care in my smoke-free, pet-free & perfume free home. I use natural cleaners (vinegar, baking soda) for my home. If my family becomes ill, I inform my customers and keep my knitting separated and as an added precaution, I prescribe freezing the item to prevent any transfer of germs.
International orders I have to mail Registered which starts at $12.95 and then the weight of the postage is still applied (roughly $3 for 1 kimono bootie).
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I love using natural materials when possible and do my best to do the research behind the materials to make sure that my customers are informed buyers and know how to care for the product as well. Here is a description of the different yarn materials that I use for my products.
The traditional wool yarn (itchy), is the fiber of a sheep and yarn is strands of fiber twisted (spun) into a long string that can be woven and then knitted. Wool has the most absorbent fibers of all fabrics. Wool fabrics can absorb up to 40% of their weight without feeling heavy or damp. Cotton fabrics begins to feel damp after 15% of their weight gets wet. The absorbent fibers "breathe" by wicking away moisture from the body and releasing it into the air. This quality makes wool fabrics comfortable to wear in warm and cold weather. Wool's natural insulating quality and its ability to shed water results in a fabric that keeps the body warm even in the rain. Wool fabrics clean easily because dirt sits on the surface of the fiber. The outside surface of the wool fiber consists of a series of overlapping scales, similar to the feathers on a bird, making it easy to brush off and for stains to lift out of it. Wool fabric doesn't collect much static because of its absorbent fibers. Static attracts lint, dirt, and dust. Wool fabrics are naturally flame-retardant. Never put wool clothing in the dryer! The combination of heat, friction and pressure will cause shrinkage. The strong alkalis found in laundry soaps and detergents cause wool fibers to lose their soft luster; always use a mild detergent. Obviously wool's benefits outweigh its drawbacks!
Superwash (patented process) wool is a special wool product that has been treated or processed in a way that allows it to be machine washable. Many people are afraid to work with wool because it is so easy to shrink and superwash wool can allow them to work with great fibers without worry. Superwash wool is a wonderful choice if you like natural fibers but are giving something as a gift and don't want to burden the recipient with a garment they have to handwash.So how is superwash wool made? It can be made using an acid bath that removes the "scales" from the fiber, or it can be made by coating the fiber with a polymer that basically keeps the scales from being able to join together and cause shrinkage. You probably won't know which method was used on your superwash wool when you buy it in the store, but you might be able to tell when you start knitting. That's because polymer-coated yarn tends to be slicker than regular wool. To care for superwash wool, wash it on the gentle cycle in your washing machine. A natural-fiber shampoo like you might use for hand-washing non-superwash wools is recommended. Let the garment air dry rather than using the dryer.