Quick bootee note for AnnP
AnnP, you don't have to Kitchener the bottom seam of the bootee. You can just bind off and sew the two sides together. If you sew the inner edge halves of the stitches it becomes a decorative seam. Since most of baby's weight is on his toes or the backs of his heels, the important places for the bootee to be smooth are at the end of the tongue and the center back, so the sole seam does not need to be flush. (Didn't have your email, thus this open note.) Oh, and here's the tern photo I meant to post earlier today.