Easy Baby Gladiator Crochet Sandals Free Pattern

Easy Baby Gladiator Crochet Sandals Free Pattern

Easy Baby Gladiator Crochet Sandals Free Pattern
Easy Baby Gladiator Crochet Sandals Free Pattern

"Those baby crocheted flap sandals for babies their sweet accessory summer time for the small and cute girls. This beautiful crocheted sandals made for summer to protect babies’ feet, it gives happy. We made many of the baby sandals design for new born to other many sizes only share with you, and for share my new ideas for those who want learn about and share for beginner crocheter want to learning and making things in home for the babies."

Noteswritten pattern with video

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge3-6 month’s baby
Gauge: 5 dc x 2 row = 1 inch

Finished Sizesmall for 3-6 months

Materials List

  • two colors yarn worsted weight
  • buttons
  • tapestry needle


These beautiful baby crochet sandals made with the same video. The pattern made in one size for 3-6 months. Those baby flower crochet sandals will looks beautiful on little feet.try to make for your little ones. Cool and airy for the summer with protection for little toes. We love and share free pattern for summer. I give you easy instructions for crochet baby sandals only for 3-6 months’ choose two of the colors (light baby DK 100% acrylic) as your choice you have to chose any other colors for this pattern. I think every color is perfect match for these small items. Those beautiful and easy baby sandals pattern crocheted for the small girl. Hope you will be enjoy and also write about me, like, share to friends and also share on your facbook page and also pin in your pinterest. Thanks for watching and following my ideas.


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Making these gladiator sandals with the aid of the instructional video will be easy peasy. I love to make projects for babies. I love to donate them to my local homeless shelter or to the church that I attend. Most of the time I do not know who the recipient will be but that is not the reason that I donate. I love to give back to the community and this is a small way to give back.

Were expecting a new grandchild in October (a baby girl this time), and because her family lives in Arizona, shell be able to wear these cute sandals even in the winter. Ive already picked out a dress to go with the sandals, and will ask my daughter about additional colors. Its so nice to work up something for a baby girl again!

Wow. This baby gladiator sandals are si cute. You can make several of these shoes kin different colors to match baby's dress. Perfect as gift as well.

I like the two soles technique for this baby gladiator crochet pattern. I know that baby does not need a lot of support on the shoe but the design element is nice. The little flower is adorable and placing it to the side instead of the center gives it flair. Attention to detail makes any project better and the pearls are a show stopper.

A girl can never have too many sandals right. Making sandals for every baby outfit is a must. The flower is a perfect touch to complete a baby girls sandal. I suppose if these sandals were made without the flower and done in a more masculine color they could be worn by baby boys.

Somehow she has figured out how to make baby gladiator booties that look like a real adult gladiator sandal! How cute is that! If you wanna surprise the new mom at her baby shower, wouldn't she be surprised to see these! Make an adorable baby sunhat and a one piece romper to complete the outfit!


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