Hobbit Shoes

My Hobbit Shoes were dry this a.m. and couldn’t wait to try them on.

DSCN4101They are the perfect fit!  And oh so warm, even after I stepped out onto the cement outside my door in my jammies this morning to get a photo in actual daylight.  I did not loiter long though since it’s not a fit day for man or beasty or woman in hobbit shoes to be outside since the temp is zero and the wind chills are – well whatever they are they are just too dang cold!

I love that these come up around the ankles and keep them toasty as well, whether the tops are folded down or up straight.  My worry was they would slip around but they are a great fit.  They need a shave with the sweater shaver (which obviously was put somewhere “special” and not back in the drawer where it usually resides) so that will have to wait but then the colors on the top part of the will brighten up a bit with the looser halo of fuzzies removed.

Hot biscuits just came out of the oven  and are calling to me ….

Oh – and no update on today’s State of the Stash – Fabric Stashbusting front.   The numbers remain the same as last week.  No sewing time this past week but no fabric purchases either.

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3 comments on “Hobbit Shoes

  1. They are so cute. You inspired me to make a pair. To be sure they fit some one, I took the biggest size, still working on the first. I think they become giant boots, lol. Good luck with all your projects and stay warm, lol. Jannie, NL

    • With the yarn I used, and felting it down to really tightly, and making the largest size – I ended up with them being about a 11-1/2 to 12 women’s shoe size.

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