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Easiest Baby Booties Ever!

By: Yolanda Soto-Lopez from allcraftschannel.com
Easiest Baby Booties Ever!
Easiest Baby Booties Ever
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"This probably my easiest baby bootie pattern ever. It is a easy skill level. The great thing about these crochet booties is that you can use up your yarn scraps as it uses very little yarn. You can also embellish with flowers, little felt cut-outs, etc. They work up really fast and make great baby gifts. You will have these done in no time at all."

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Finished SizeApprox. 5 inches from heel to toe

Materials List

  • G Hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Medium weight yarn
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Cute basic and easy baby booties. Do you have a pattern for 18 doll booties? I would love to have instructions for dolls. Thank you for this pattern. I have always wanted to make booties, but they dont seem to work for me. I am going to try this pattern and see how it goes.

This slipper project is very similar to some adult slippers Ive seen. Ive worked this style of slipper before, and it IS very, very easy. It would be a great project for a Beginner. The designer includes a nice set of in process photos as well as an instructional video. Pay special attention to her tip about making the slippers skid resistant using fabric paints.

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