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Country Cowboy Boots
Country Cowboy Boots
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If you haven't learned how to crochet baby booties then you should definitely start out with these adorable Country Cowboy Boots. For someone growing up in the country, these would be a perfect fit. Any toddler, girl or boy, would look too cute walking around in these. Video tutorials are provided to make your cowboy boot-making experience a breeze. Next time your little one wants to ride that rocking horse be sure he is saddled up with these boots and a matching cowboy hat for the cutest photo opportunity. Work these up in your little one's favorite colors for a pair of crochet baby booties that are sure to please!


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

Interview with the Blogger

Because of the popularity of these absolutely adorable crochet baby booties, we reached out to Tanya Naser, the designer, for some insight as to her inspiration and her favorite things to crochet:

  1. Q: What was your inspiration for these cowboy booties?
    A: I live in a rural community surrounded by farms and horses. One year we decided to take the children horseback riding and everyone on the ranch had on the most beautiful boots! Inspiration struck and after a little research, and several failed attempts, cowboy boots popped off my hook! 

  2. Q: What's your favorite type of project to crochet and why? 
    A: I love all projects that are quick to work up. The satisfaction of completing whatever I'm working on is a huge motivator for me to pick up something new. When a project takes longer than a week to complete I lose my focus and drop the entire thing! 

  3. Q: What's your go-to color inspiration when choosing your yarn?
    A: I'm inspired by nature and love to google images of flower gardens and beaches or lush forests. Once I find something that catches my eye I save the photo and pull it up in Photoshop where I can pull the colors out of it and match them to similar yarns!

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What cute boots! This pattern can be done in so many variations of color and embellishments. I like that it is shown with the commemorative ribbon which can be worn to fundraisers etc. Colors can be changed by condition or support symbol. So many different things could be done to make custom booties. There are endless possibilities. Would you make boots for replicas of a real cowboy boot or embellish them with flowers etc.?

Adorable! If you do not click over to view the directions for the country cowboy boots you are missing out. The designer has more boots posted. How can you not want to make these?

Baby crochet projects are always the best. If you are creative you can come up with a lot of things if so inspired as this designer was or if you are like me, you can find a great number of things to crochet thanks to all the talented designers out there that contribute free projects. I love this one.

I saw these cuties and just have to make up at least four pair of thesebut in blue, since all the most recent babies are boys! Since the new little fellows reside in Arizona, Texas and Colorado, their parents will be thrilled with the cowboy theme. Ill have to whip up some stars instead of ribbons, and maybe track down a horseshoe or two. Well worth it for the newest members of our family.

I love the idea of these "boot"ies --- get it?! BOOTIES! Hahaha. The free crochet baby bootie pattern would be perfect for any country loving new mommy out there.

I found this pattern free on Ravelry and was able to download it as a pdf at no charge. You do have to make sure you have an account with Ravelry in order to get the benfits. But, Oh my gosh! These are the cutest booties I have seen to date. I am definitely making these and hope I have the yarn already so I can do it today. Thank you for providing this pattern free of charge with the different sizes included.

These are just too cute. As booties are my next favorite thing to make next to afghans, this pattern will definitely be on my list. Had no trouble getting the pattern on Ravelry. Booties that come up the leg a bit usually stay on a little better so these boots should fill the bill for any new mom.

These are so cute I just have to make them up for my twin grandsons. Since their parents aren't dressing them identically, I will make one pair in white with brown trim and one in brown with white trim. I have a pattern for a cowboy hat so this will fit right in with that.

I went to site for this pattern and it directed me to another site which had going to 2 more sites and I never did get the pattern. The last site I went to told me I would get the pattern when I perched the PD down load. I was very disappointed to not be able to get this free pattern.

oh my nephew isgoing to love these boots

Where do I find the pattern for the girls version as posted?

Any chance of getting a pattern for adults?


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