Vintage Wool Christmas Stockings

10:21:00 PM

Being a grandmother for the first time this summer
gave me a new appreciation for baby clothes....

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net



As the mother of four girls, I was especially excited 
about buying baby boy clothes for the first time. 

 In a bag of hand-me-down baby clothes I was
surprised to find a few pairs of vintage baby socks.

The socks had such a beautiful vintage texture and color...

who in the world would even think of putting these on the baby...
they were headed for Grandma's craft room!

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net

With a glue gun I easily added buttons, pearls, and bows...

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net

creating beautiful little baby stockings for our Christmas tree.

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net

Baby stockings will be especially meaningful this year with
a new baby in the house for Christmas.

vintage wool baby Christmas stockings www.homeroad.net

We will have to buy this baby something else
to keep his little toes warm.

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5 comments

  1. I'll bet you'll find something for those baby toes.

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  2. Several years ago I was in Beaune France and wandered upon a flea market. At that market I bought a large box of what I would call "Lace bits". One of the bits in box was a babies sock, just one. I thought I had thrown it away, but while packing I found it. It is now labelled with a tag so that when I unpack boxes late next year I can do something like you have done to yours. When I do do it, I will make sure to blog about it and give you credit for the inspiration.
    Jean ( http://frenchoddities.blogspot.fr)

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