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Alice Fowler Crocheted Shoe Bootee


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This free crochet pattern uses a bone crochet hook number 2 along with light baby weight yarn. It's a great little bootie for a Christening.

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Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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hi, can someone help me? i doing this booties .. however i can only understand until row 7.. i really want to finish it... can someone explain to me Instep: Row 1. Beginning with first st to left of 3-ch in center back, count on left side of shoe to 27th st. Join yarn in this st, and with toe of shoe toward you, draw lp in same st. Retaining all lps on hook, draw up lp in each of next 12 sts (13 lps). Work off as follows: yo, through 1, * yo, through 2 *, repeat across. The lp left on hook is always first st of next row. what is this? should it slip stitch from the middle to 27? i really don't understand... what shpuld i do??? help me.....

Hi, I also had the same question and confusion because of how the instructions were written. But I think I got it (or at least this is what I have done to make the booties look similar to that one. On the Instep part, the stitch she is making sounds like entrelac st. Listen I'm going to try to write it down more specific with illustration (perhaps a video if I can). If you're still interested in finishing it or if you haven't figured it out yet, feel free to ask me. My email is:

I dearly love these booties, but I am having the same trouble the other commmenters had. Is'nt there a correction to this pattern or a newly writen one? I want to finish them for my grand baby. thank you

Hi MNMLINDBO 2547282, We often suggest copying and pasting the text into a Word document so you can control what you print. You can also print from your web browser. Thanks!

I would like to find out how to print the patterns off.

How do I print the pattern?

I really like the pattern but I couldn't understand how the pattern went when I got to the instep portion. If someone could help me out with this so that I could send these beautiful booties to my 4 month old granddaughter I would really appreciate it. Thank You!

I have the same problem with this pattern... Has anyone got a solution? Thank you for helping.

I have the same issue because doing the 6 rows is really not very big.


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