The Funky Bootie

Is it or isn’t it? Is it CPK or not? If not, what? It’s so easy to confuse CPK clothes with non-CPK clothes!

Do you recognize this bootie? At first glance, it looks like a regular Outfit #2 or preemie bootie. However, upon closer inspection, it’s not!

The Differences

  • The sole is distinctive.
  • The tie doesn’t thread through the bootie.
  • The opening has a distinctive band that is wider than any CPK booties.
8 white or yellow knit booties, all CPK, all from various factories.
Cabbage Patch Booties from various factories.

It is very easy to get CPK and other doll clothes confused. As only a portion of CPK clothes are tagged in some way, it’s understandable.

Am I wrong? Is this CPK? I don’t think so. Do you know where this bootie comes from?

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Recent Informative Updates

Six informative updates that I’ve made to various posts.. See what we’ve learned!

A massive update has been made to the Cornsilk Series 4 post. Like the previous series, I’ve added information on each individual outfit and updated the general information as well. We know a LOT more than we used to! But there’s still more to learn. To learn more, visit Cornsilk Series 4: Wacky and Layered Pt. 2

A recent discovery has significantly changed our understanding of the 400s series. For more information, visit What’s With the Numbers?

More information about 31 tracksuits with the number 84 on them has been discovered. To find out what, visit #8 31 Tracksuit.

Hasbro’s Saddle shoes are different . . who knew? To find out more visit Shoes: Chunky Sneakers and Saddle Shoes

More information about the lamb patch has been discovered. To find out more, visit PTP: Plentiful Patches Pt. 1

We now know more about clothing produced by the SS factory. For more information, visit The Perfect Mismatch (Matching Pt. 2).