pointe shoe brands blog – For baby ballerinas everywhere, Guelder Baby Clothing is proud to offer two little ballet wraps with matching shoes, made to an original design. I have only two cardigans available: one for 0-3 months made in pink, and the 3-6 months in white. These little cardigans are short sleeve and have 4 small buttons for fastening. They have been lovingly knitted in Sirdar Snuggly 4ply baby yarn in delicate shades of pink and white. The ballet shoes have been hand crocheted using WI Soft and Cuddly double knit yarn to give the impression of satin fabric. I have also used some fun crochet stitches to represent the pleats found under real pointe shoes. These little shoes and cardigans fasten with buttons and have no long ends or ribbons in order to comply with UK children’s health and safety rulings.What little girl would not be delighted to wear her first ballet cardigan and shoes? Would make a lovely baby shower gift.This listing is for the CARDIGAN AND SHOES ONLY. All other items in the photos such as the doll and blankets are not for sale.This item has small buttons for fastening. All buttons on this item have been hand stitched firmly in place. However, it is possible for buttons to work loose over time and washing. Buttons are a choking hazard should they work loose. Parents and care givers are responsible for cutting off or re-stitching any loose buttons.Washing Instruction:Machine wash at 40 degrees on delicates cycle. Wash with like colours. Cool iron: dry press, never wet press. May be tumble dried on a low heat setting.To Fit Sizes: 0-3 months and 3-6 monthsPinkChest – 20cm 7 ¾’’Armhole depth – 8.5cm 3 ¼’’Length shoulder to hem – 18cm 7’’Shoe length – 8.5cm 3 ¼’’Shoe width – 5cm 2’’WhiteChest – 21cm 8 ¼’’Armhole depth – 10cm 4’’Length shoulder to hem – 19.5cm 7 ¾’’Shoe length – 9cm 3 ½’’Shoe width – 5cm 2’’
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TheatreWorks pointe shoe brands blog. “The Great Pretender.” By David West Read. World premiere. Through Aug. 3. “A touching comedy about friendship, love, and learning to let go … The runaway hit of TheatreWorks’ 2013 New Works Festival … follows the host of a once-iconic children’s TV show who discovers that people, as well as puppets, sometimes need a helping hand.” Directed by Stephen Bracket. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $19-$74 (discounts available). theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960..
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• “The Disappearing Man.” Music, lyrics and book by Jahn Sood. “A ramshackle circus wows the hinterlands in 1936, but backstage its bright-light attractions prove dark and depleted.” 8 p.m pointe shoe brands blog. Aug. 10 and 14, noon Aug.17. • “An Entomologist’s Love Story.” By Melissa Ross. “The love lives of bugs fascinate two 30-something researchers at New York’’s Museum of Natural History, but their own conflicted love affairs are under the microscope in this hilarious, edgy, and explicit look at love in our times.” 8 p.m. Aug. 12, noon Aug.16..
• “Tokyo Fish Story.” By Kimber Lee. “Generations, gender, and tradition collide as a Sushi Master struggles to preserve ancient artistry in a society obsessed with change.” 8 p.m. Aug. 15 and 17. • “One Woman Show.” By Shakina Nayfack. “For our most adventurous theatregoers, this darkly funny and powerful musical chronicles the misadventures of a transgender artist now on the brink of reassignment surgery.” 10:30 p.m. Aug. 15. • Meet the festival artists. 4 p.m. Aug pointe shoe brands blog. 17..