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Baby Owl Booties

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These precious Baby Owl Booties are such a "hoot!" This is probably one of the cutest crochet baby patterns we've seen in a long time. Use worsted weight yarn in your color of choice and black buttons for the eyes. The sole measures 3.5 inches, which means these adorable booties will fit a newborn - three month old baby. Make these for your own little bundle of joy, or crochet a pair for an expectant friend.

Baby Owl Booties
Baby Owl Booties
This image courtesy of damnitjanetletscrochet.blogspot.mx

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Crochet Hook: E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

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

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NEVER put button, especially tiny ones on anything a baby can pull on and they love to pull on their toes. The buttons and roses pose a choking hazard. Also, sew, do not hot glue. They are cute but not safe with thoe buttons.

I'm trying to make these for my great grand daughter due in Nov. They are adorable, I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks for the pattern. Sherry

I love these little shoes, I recently started crocheting the pair, however I did make some changes, I added an ankle strap, rather than a strap along the bottom part of the foot. The strap is a bit thicker and makes the little shoe look more dresser for special occasions such as church etc.. Either way the shoe is a very adorable shoe that any mother woud love on her child :). Thank you for the pattern :).

I think they are adoreable, but would crochet small black circles for eyes.

I think the pattern is adorable but using buttons for the eyes and used for a baby tive me pause.

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