But I digress. Chances are, you've met a kid who can't keep their shoes on either. And that's why we're going to talk about baby mocs today and how cool they are. My sister & sister-in-law both swear by these little creations. Reasons: #1: they fit around little pudgy feet and aren't confining. #2: the niece & nephew don't rip them off. Think of all the time they save! I bet my mom and husband wish I would make a pair for myself...but again, I digress.
Size: Blue 2-tone - 12-18 mos. | Pink 2-tone - 18-24 mos. | Solid pink - 3-6 mos.
Mods: Color blocking via suede overlay
*Note - to get rid of the unevenness in the toe, like in the pic above, just roll the seam in between your fingers. We figured this out after the pics were taken (whoops!) and it worked like a charm.
Like the blue? Now let's try pink!
Now, this suede was not a very thick and durable leather, so since these two little goobers are either walking or soon-to-be toddling, I put the more durable non-leather on the sole & toe for extra life. A thicker leather will provide the same outcome, but is more expensive and not readily available in craft & fabric stores.
Thanks again to my sister for her beautiful pictures of Robbie's blue mocs and for blessing this blog with images of everything that is good about Fall. I was not expecting this post to be so long, but oops, guess I had a lot to say! If you try to make your own mocs, let me know, or if you have any questions feel free to comment or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I will gladly help if I can!
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