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Beginner Baby Bootie

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If you're just learning to crochet, this Beginner Baby Bootie is a great project for you to work on. Have a baby shower coming up quickly? No problem! This free crochet baby pattern can be worked up in about two hours or less, even if you are still on a beginner level. These cute crochet booties are also great because it all gets crocheted in one piece that is then sewn together at the end. They look just as good as if you had spent an entire day on them.

Beginner Baby Bootie
Beginner Baby Bootie
This image courtesy of cats-rockin-crochet.blogspot.com

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Crochet Hook: D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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#bestideaever I tried to make booties off a YouTube video but I just could not get the back of the boot right. It flaired out instead of comin Ina bed up. This was much more helpful! To the yarn store!!!

#BestIdeaEver I am hoping to teach my granddaughters to crochet. This pattern looks simple and beginners will want to to do more if they are satisfied with their first results.

This is an excellent badics easy baby Bootie. Once you get the hang of it, you can dress it up. I have changed colors half way thru or did a different trim color. I have added embellishments like flowers, buttons and lace. Depending on if it's for a girl or boy you can really get creative.

I love finding a good "basic" baby bootie pattern, it lets you customize it for the recipient. I haven't made this pattern yet but I intend to for a baby shower gift soon, does the bootie turn out like the picture, with a large space between the stitches on the front of the cuff? Not sure if it's supposed to look like that or if that space is there in error. Thanks for giving such an honest review of this pattern, helps others like myself pick a great pattern to start for our next project!

some sites have no link to getting a hard copy ofa pattern thats why i do( ctrl p ) to get a printed pattern. hope this helps. )

i have always had trouble when it comes to making booties. these are so cute and easy. thanks for showing the process step by step. i will be making many more of these. (C:

I think these are great, but how to I print the pattern?

@sandykay 3622243, Please click the link that says "Click here for crochet pattern" to view the pattern in full. A new browser window should open directing you to the pattern on the designer's website. From there, your best option may be to copy and paste the pattern into a Word document to print. Hope this helps! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

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