Crocheted Infant Or Baby Booties Ballet Shoes - On Sale

Delicate and finely crocheted of pure cotton, this is my most popular birth or shower gift for a baby girl. People tell me it becomes al keepsake when outgrown, the kind of thing you keep in a drawer and look at twenty years later wondering how you were ever that small. It also can be used for dolls, teddy bears, room ornaments, Christmas and car ornaments bottoms of chairs, and whatever decorative use you think of for them. I make them many colors but the most popular are pinks: pale pink ( a white and pink thread together, medium pink, dusty pink and hot pink. Other colors: white,red, glitter red (with red lurex-- the ruby slippers!), lilac, pastel rainbow, bright rainbow, cream, black. Inquire for special orders in other colors. for gold, silver add $3, They comes in two sizes, 0- 6 months and 6 months - 1 year. The first size is 4" long and stretches to 5", 2 1/2" wide, stretches to 3". The second size is 5 1/2 inches, stretches to 6 1/2" long, 3" wide, stretches to 4". A 1/4" elastic across the instep and satin ribbon that ties around the ankle keep them on the foot. A ribbon rose and crocheted green double leaf top off the elastic. They come stuffed with white tissue for a good gift appearance. Shipping price for orders in US only. Outside please inquire.

Digital artist and designer Craig Winslow used photos, drone video and other references to digitally recreate each sign, bulb by bulb. He then used a scanning process to determine the precise placement of eight projectors to ensure the alignment of the content with the bulbs, rusted metal and tubes of the signs. “There are moments here where there’s no bulb, but I’ve created a digital bulb that is in its place,” Winslow said. “From far away it just looks like the sign is lit. You get up closer, and you realize all these are broken or there are missing bulbs or hanging bulbs.”.

As the Binion’s horseshoe flickers in shades of gold and red, Dean Martin croons “I Love Vegas.” Meanwhile, Presley’s “Viva Las Vegas” blasts as the set of the Stardust letters shine, Historical footage of this gambling oasis will also be projected onto the signs, showing Liberace playing the piano and gamblers playing table games, “Whether they come by car, rail or circle the city and dropping by plane, their eyes pop wide open with their first glimpse of Las Vegas,” a historical narration plays right before the signs begin to light up, “A city whose head is wreathed in garlands of neon crocheted infant or baby booties ballet shoes signs, and a city of storybook west.”..

This weekend’s concerts by the Berkeley Symphony were originally scheduled to be conducted by music director Joana Carneiro. But Carneiro is at home in Lisbon, Portugal, expecting the birth of her fourth child, and the Symphony has announced that she is unable to travel to Berkeley. The concerts will go on, however, with guest conductor Keitaro Harada on the podium. Harada will conduct Faure’s “Cantique de Jean Racine,” Berlioz’s “Symphonie fantastique” and Gordon Getty’s cantata, “Joan and the Bells,” featuring soprano Lisa Delan and baritone Lester Lynch as the vocal soloists. Harada, a Tokyo native, is currently in his second season as associate conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Pops and the Arizona Opera.

Carneiro, who took off part of last season when she was pregnant with triplets, will also miss the Berkeley Symphony’s upcoming program in April, which includes crocheted infant or baby booties ballet shoes Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, A replacement will for that concert will be named later, Details: Berkeley Symphony concert, Keitaro Harada conducts Faure, Berlioz, and Gordon Getty; 8 p.m, Feb, 1, Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; 8 p.m, Feb, 2, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco; $15-$96; 510-841-2800;

A ‘FANTEZIE’ UNFOLDS:  It’s a good weekend for chamber music, and the Gold Coast Chamber Players’ new program looks especially intriguing. Under violist Pamela Freund-Striplen, the Lafayette-based chamber group will present two performances of “Fantezie,” a program celebrating the Romanian spirit in works by Bartok, Georges Enescu and Eugene Ysaÿe. Freund-Striplen will be joined by violinist Gil Sharon and violist Ron Ephrat of the Netherlands’ Amati Ensemble, along with violinists Florin Parvulescu, Corina Stoian and Dan Flanagan and cellists Jean-Michel Fonteneau and Jennifer Floetzel. The program features Enescu’s String Octet and Aubade for String Trio. Completing the program are Ysaÿe’s Sonata No. 3, “Georges Enescu,” and Bartok’s “Romanian Dances” for violin and string quartet. Kai Christiansen will give a preconcert talk 30 minutes before each concert.

Details: 8 p.m, Feb, 2, Piedmont Center for the Arts; 7:30 p.m., crocheted infant or baby booties ballet shoes Feb, 3, Lafayette Library Community Hall; $15-$45; 925-283-3728;, GLASS CLARIFIED: Musicians and fans have been celebrating Philip Glass’ 80th birthday for more than a year now, but the party continues this weekend with a San Francisco Performances program featuring the Kronos Quartet and pianist Timo Andres, Both have worked extensively with the composer, and “On Playing Glass” will include conversations with the Palo Alto-born Andres, who has performed Glass’ complete etudes in venues around the world, and the Kronos members, who have championed the composer’s quartets for decades, Expect a rare meeting of the minds and some performances to remember..

Details: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 2, Herbst Theatre, San Francisco. $25-$45; 415-392-2545; ‘VISIONS’ REVEALED: As part of its 25th anniversary season, the Left Coast Chamber Ensemble is turning to Olivier Messiaen’s “Visions de l’Amen,” a suite of seven pieces for two pianos by the great French composer. Pianists Sarah Cahill and Eric Zivian are the duo in this seldom performed work, which, like much of Messiaen’s music, is brilliantly colored and steeped in mysticism. The program also includes the world premieres of two additional two-piano works, by Philip Acimovic and Chris Castro.

Details: 7:30 p.m, Feb, 1 and 3, Berkeley Piano Club; repeats 7:30 p.m, Feb, 5, San Francisco Conservatory of Music;  tickets $15-$30 advance, $18-$35 at the door; 415-617-5223;, NO PAYMENT REQUIRED: Nicole Paiement, who will conduct her Opera Parallele in one-act operas by Leonard Bernstein and Jake Heggie later this month at SFJazz, is preparing a free concert by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s New crocheted infant or baby booties ballet shoes Music Ensemble this Sunday, The program looks great — John Adams’ Chamber Symphony, paired on Saturday Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony No, 1 — and under Paiement’s always-precise direction, it should be thrilling..

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