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The Parker Crochet Baby Booties

By: Ashleigh Kiser from sewrella.com
The Parker Crochet Baby Booties
The Parker Crochet Baby Booties

If you are looking for a crochet baby booties pattern that is both easy and elegant, then look no further than The Parker Crochet Baby Booties. Make these adorable crochet booties for a newborn in your life or work ahead with a neutral yarn for the next baby that is born.

These unisex boots will keep baby's feet warm until they outgrow them and the parents can keep them for the next child or donate them to another baby who is in need of some charming booties.

From the Blogger:"These little baby booties are so cute and simple! A great beginner pattern for those who haven’t attempted footwear before. These are very easy to make in a couple of hours. The booties match the Parker Newborn Hat on my profile. Enjoy these, and make them for someone special soon!"

Easy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished SizeNewborn to 3 months old

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • Size G 4mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
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I made a pair of these for my baby cousin and the my cousin-in-law loved them! So did my cousin but he isn't a crafter like my cousin-in-law. Thank you for the great pattern!

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The Parker Crochet Baby Booties can be extended a bit higher beyond the ankles to make it similar to UGG boots. I love UGG boots and the color of this booties remind me of UGG boots. I think mommy will like it as it will give baby more protection from the cold. This will also look great in other colors of your choice.

The Parker crochet baby booties are the perfect go to quick gift. Quick and easy. I love this type of bootie because you know they are going to keep tiny feet nice and warm. Add buttons, flowers etc and make them your own flare. Nice that they are perfect for either sex

I just now started making the matching hat to these booties in a variegated blue color. It will be part of a gift to one of my coworkers whose wife just had their third baby boy. I already made the cute diaper cover. If I have enough yarn left, I will be making these little booties.

I have to agree also, this is definitely a pattern to add to your crochet pattern collection. It can be the base for multiple different types of baby booties.

I agree with all the other posters. This is a very easy pattern. If you are just starting out in crochet give it a try. It uses basic stitches, clear instructions and you can make a pair in one evening. I use this pattern a lot and then I embellish them. Flowers, butterflies and buttons all work nicely.

I really like that these booties work up as one piece rather than separate pieces that have to be stitched together. The ribbing not only adds detail but also helps with the elasticity. Theyre also very plain, so it would be easy to add any sort of decorative detail you might like, and this pattern would work equally well for either a boy or girl.

These baby booties could not be easier to make. I actually made these for a layette newborn set for a cousin. I also make them using a bigger hook and slightly chunkier yarn to get a bigger size. You could also make a longer shaft to change the look to more of a boot. Maybe add a tiny button or two for flair!

Baby booties are basically the perfect last-minute gift for a baby shower. They're so fast! And these are nice, cute, and basic. Good pattern to have on hand at all times.

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