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******************************************BABY BOOTIES–SIX STYLES-SEWING PATTERNVogue No.7707Designed by LINDA CARR Copyright © 2003 (OOP) Out of Print- Rare******************************************Designer Baby Booties…LINDA CARR for Vogue Patterns…Six Chic Styles…Sandals…Ballet Slipper Style…Cuffed Bootie…Firemen Style Boots!******************************************DESCRIPTION: BABY BOOTIES–SIX STYLES-SEWING PATTERN: Package includes patterns and instructions for six baby shoes in sizes newborn, small and medium. Boot A: contrast soles. Shoes B, Boots C: contrast cuffs. Shoes D: contrast lining. Boots E, Shoes F: contrast binging, ties and inner sole. Views B, D have optional decorative machine stitching.SIZE New Born-9 Months Old CONDITION: Pattern is uncut with factory folds and includes original instructions. Pattern envelope shows normal wear and tear due to age. SPECIAL NOTE: To protect & preserve this irreplaceable piece of the past for you- this pattern has been sealed within an archival sound, acid free re-sealable bag ********************************************SHIPPINGAll items are shipped within 48 hours (Often much sooner!) from receiving payment. All patterns are carefully and securely wrapped for shipping. All domestic purchases include free delivery confirmation for domestic purchases which allows you to track your order via the USPS website. POSTAL INSURANCEAll orders include complimentary postal insurance to your beautiful corner of the world! So buy with confidence that you and your item will be well taken care of! INTERNATIONAL BUYERS *Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to buying.*I do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior*Shipping: All items are shipped promptly as payment is received. I am not responsible for any delays and or holds of international mail that may incur by custom officialsPAYMENT I accept payment only through Pay Pal, Etsy gift cards and all major credit cardsRETURN POLICYAll items listed are carefully inspected and all visible flaws noted. I do not accept returns, all sales are final and items are sold as is. Please be sure to contact me with any questions or concerns before purchasing to assure a happy transaction!QUESTIONS?You and your questions are important to me. Please e-mail me with any inquiries and you shall receive a cheerful and speedy response! GET EMAILS OF NEW ITEMS FROM FARFALLA DESIGN STUDIOAdd me to your favorites and follow me on Tweeter to receive e-mail notifications of all the new and exciting items being offered by Farfalla Design Studio!

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Realizing the Star Wars franchise is a force you shouldn’t reckon with, studios are offering few alternatives next to “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”, Wise move, The uber-talented Alden Ehrenreich hops into the Falcon to play a young Han in designer baby booties-vogue sewing pattern-six styles-ballet slipper-cuffed booties-sandal-fireman boots-uncut-size newborn-9 mo a Ron Howard-directed prequel featuring the uber-talented Donald Glover as a young Lando Calrissian, Needless to say, it will be huge, As for alternatives: Do you prefer indie dramas based on celebrated novels?, Then take a walk “On Chesil Beach.” Ian McEwan (“Atonement”) adapts his slim, eloquent heartbreaker about a just-hitched couple (Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle) in 1962 who nervously dance around their intimate first honeymoon day, Fans of McEwan’s exceptional tome might fuss over some decisions, but everyone will likely agree the leads — particularly Howle — are exceptional, Dominic Cooke directs with polish and understanding of the source material..

Another indie receiving terrific buzz is “First Reformed,” featured in the recent San Francisco International Film Festival lineup. Ethan Hawke continues to be one of American cinema’s MVPs, and here he plays a priest wrangling with his past choices, memories triggered when a parishioner seeks his help. Paul Schrader directs. Another SF Film Fest 2018 pick — “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” — also receives a Bay Area release but it didn’t collect such favorable praise as “Reformed” did. Based on a quirky Neil Gaiman story, it mashes up genres as a teen hangs with otherworldly types at a London club. John Cameron Mitchell of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” and “Shortbus” acclaim directs and co-adapts the screenplay.

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The one release I have serious reservations about is “Always at the Carlyle,” a celebrity-stuffed documentary that gushes on and on about the elite Manhattan hotel and the well-heeled who stay there and the tireless staff who work there. Way too often it plays like a gussied-up infomercial. Netflix’s frisky original comedy “Ibiza” is a winner. The breezy, sexy variation on “Girls Trip” finds three female besties getting into mischief when one of them falls for a dreamy  — and sensitive — DJ (Richard Madden). Is it as funny as “Girls Trip”? Hardly. But it is one of Netflix’s best originals with a dynamo cast (Gillian Jacobs, Vanessa Bayer and Phoebe Robinson) and an up-and-coming director (Alex Richanbach) who knows what he’s doing and exactly how to entertain. It drops May 25.

Lions Club Wild Game Feed: The Cupertino Host Lions Club hosts its annual wild game feed, June 21, Napredak Hall, 770 Montague Expressway, San Jose, $65-$95, Visit or contact Howard Jensen at 408-209-7251, Sunnyvale Farmers Market: Enjoy fresh fruits, vegetables and arts and crafts from local growers and artisans, Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m, Murphy and Washington avenues, Sunnyvale,, Sunnyvale Senior Center: The center offers a variety of services designer baby booties-vogue sewing pattern-six styles-ballet slipper-cuffed booties-sandal-fireman boots-uncut-size newborn-9 mo and activities, billiards room, fitness center, table games, trips, classes and lunches every weekday, 550 E, Remington Drive, Sunnyvale, 408-730-7360,

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