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Fairy Slippers Baby Booties

By: Shehla Ahmed from theblueelephants.com
Updated June 13, 2018
Fairy Slippers Baby Booties
Fairy Slippers Baby Booties

"The crochet baby booties are inspired by a certain tinkering fairy we all know and love! These booties are easy to make, require no seaming or joining, and can be made in any size. Once the booties were made, I added a pom pom to each slipper to make it more like the fairy and that was it! These are great for spring and summer and a cute way to take newborn photos or as they take their first steps!"

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I think these are adorable! I want to make these for myself. If I just increased many more times over to make the sole sized to my foot, I can then figure out how to work up the sides, since it seems like it is a pretty basic pattern. The "I Love This Cotton" is a nice mercerized cotton, too, which means it has a nice sheen to it.

Dont tell anyone, but we have plenty of Tinks relations that hang around our house, too. This is a cute pattern, and I am so glad the designer mentioned working with a consistent pattern for the sole. I used to have the same problem with shoes not being quite the same size until I got a clue and started using one pattern consistently. Nice instructional video, too.

These are adorable. And after reading the directions they are as easy as they are cute. You can really make them in any color and add any embellishments. The slipper will be your base to build on. Like red with jingle bells for Christmas? Thank you for sharing this cute, easy project!

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