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The adorable Cuffed Baby Booties are fabulous to make for baby showers. Keep baby's feet warm and stylish with Vanna's Choice yarn and this crochet baby pattern. The crochet instructions are for six to 12 months and you can make them for any little boy or girl. Buttons and flowers make the perfect accessory for their tiny feet.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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These booties have a clean, modern look that really appeals to me. We knew we were expecting a new grandson soon, so I worked up a pair in the same color as the sample. I was not disappointed with the results. Im already familiar with this style, but I still appreciated the close up detail. I also watched both parts of the posted video. The instructions are easy to follow, and you can download a .pdf at the Print link.

I just finished a pair of these adorable crochet booties for a friend having a baby soon. If you carefully follow the instructions, they come out perfectly. The pattern is written in such a way that they will come out if followed step-by-step.

This was one of my first projects and I was very happy with it. I have made a couple of these booties as well as the rainboots and the slippers (a favorite for the new mommies of little girls). I highly recommend Sarah's patterns.

Awww, cute booties. After seeing a negative comment, I am hesitant about spending any time of making these only to find out that they dont finish properly. But, I do like a challenge and these are so adorable that I may have to do it anyway. Any idea of when the second part of the instructional video will be added to the pattern?

I can oly recommend to give it a try. This was one of my first projects and I have been making various sets of these for friends by now. I do not share the negative experience and find the pattern easy to follow and am proud of the results. I'd say give it a try

After wasting hours on both the author's Rain Boots Cuffed Boots patterns, I admit defeat. I've been crocheting for decades but couldn't come up with a satisfactory result, not once. Truly disappointing and frustrating. To boot (!), I strongly advise against watching the tutorial if you are prone to having seizures her crochet technique is too jerky for the likes of myself. Better luck!

I really want this pattern, but the page won't load for me either.

why can't I get this pattern? It simply freezes on the site

I just replied to your other comment :)

So addicted to allfreecrochet site and Repeat Crafter Me. These boots turned out beautiful. Thanks for all the patterns.

I found this pattern pretty easy to read except for when you have to repeat. Most patterns use the asterik (*), Patterns are a lot easier to read that way. But I finished one booty a couple hours. I used a varigated blue and white. cute.


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