Granny Square Baby Booties


Granny Square Baby Booties

Granny Square Baby Booties
Granny Square Baby Booties

"Notes: To make different sizes of these booties, work them using different hook sizes. Two yarn colors are used; one is the main (yarn A) and few meters (yards) from a another color yarn (yarn B). I always chain 2 to begin the dc round, because I think it makes the work look tighter, so feel free and begin with what you think suits you. When crocheting the trc, always insert the hook into two rounds below, skipping the previous round, (it is also mentioned in the granny square tutorial). Materials: Yarn: Alize Diva Silk effect (for the red booties and the blue booties), Alize cotton club yarn (for the yellow booties). Hook size: 2.5 mm (for the red booties, which are suitable for six month old baby). 3 mm (for the blue booties, 6-9 months old), and 3.5 mm (for one year old). Stitch markers Yarn needle Two matching buttons"


Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Definitely a backwards way of crocheting your baby booties. Backwards for me! I have always started with the sole. Then I begin working up the sides. I end on the top where I can continue with my design. The tiny granny squares could look like a tiny snowflake for a holiday look. I so appreciate all the step by step pics, too.

This has to be the most unusual way to construct a baby bootie that I have ever seen. I can understand starting with the little Granny Square, but I figured it would be sewn on to an existing bootie. I can understand continuing to work the sides, but thought for sure that an existing sole would be sewn on at that point. Nope, it continues on with decreasing to form the sole.


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