Beaded Baby Booties


"In this post I'll present my version of the 3Bees: Beaded Baby Booties. Watching videos on YouTube of Turkish tutorials, I've fallen in love with them, and made one of my own, taking into consideration to make them as simple as possible, hope you will find them easy to crochet too. Notes: 1. All you need is yarn, suitable hook, stitch markers and lots of beads. I used Alize cotton club yarn which is 55% cotton, and 3 mm hook that matches it, about 250 colored small beads. 2. Sole length is 10 cm so it fits baby 9 to 12 months old. 3. Each booty is worked from center line of sole in rounds up to the last row continuously. 4. Before you start, insert half number of beads into the yarn using either a needle or a small size hook, or by using a needle threader (as I did) if the beads have small threading holes. 5. Always push beads away and pull enough yarn to work with in the first part of work before the beaded rounds."


Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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What crochet pattern is more fun to make than baby booties? These are just adorable. The beads add a whole nother level to the design. These remind me of Native American moccasins. I just love these.

Wow! The designer really made a great post on how to make this free pattern for beaded baby booties. At this time, there are no new babies expecting in my circle of family and friends but this one is going to be printed so that I will not have to hunt for it when the time comes that I need to make a pair or two of these. Thanks for sharing this great post.

These little beaded baby booties look so boho. I love them. This is a pattern that I saw and immediately knew that I was saving it for when I make my next baby shower gift. I dont think that I would use black though as pictured here, but I would definitely consider using the color from the patterns blog.

I make jewelry and I crochet baby out fits. This is going to be fun for me because I will be combining the two. I have used seed beads on trims around the bottom of a dress or hat. Since they are attached via the yarn and not just seen on, they are safe.

Now I thought that anything made for a baby should not have small, tiny little parts to it. Right? Maybe this is different because the beads are threaded right into the piece, not sewn on- therefore they cannot be pulled off or fall off accidentally. I think I just figured out the answer! There is something kind of hippie chic about these. I almost wanna see them in a brown color because they'd resemble moccasins!

I balked at this project at first because it looked like the designer had used seed beads and there was no way I was going to tackle those little devils again. I was interested in the fringe though, and while skimming through the photos, shes clearly using a larger size. If you are interested in working with beads, the designer includes a very nice photo tutorial about how to string them on your yarn before starting your project.


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