Sandals for Babies

Sandals for Babies

"If you want to keep your new born babies warm but not use a very thick item, use these Sandals for Babies for the chilly seasons. I designed a vest to match the sandals for those mom who want different and beautiful things for their new born barbies. They are very easy to crochet. I used 1 skein yarn and made 1 pair of sandals with matching vest."

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook3 or 2.1 mm hook (steel)

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

Materials List

  • Light yarn light yellow color
  • Buttons
  • Other color pink

Instructions

If you want a larger size, make more increasing rounds. To making the band first sew the shoulder seem together and then the sides. I show step by step pictures to help make the sandal.

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Baby shoes are adorable. These sandals for babies is just the ticket. The pattern level states easy so why wouldn't baby girl have a pair of these in every color of the rainbow? Take care with the buttons for safety sake.

As if babies need shoes, lol. Don't get me wrong, I think baby shoes are adorable and I was the type of Mom that my tiny infants wore shoes. My babies were boys so these would not have made the cut, but I can see me making these adorable sandals for my future grand daughters. I saved this pattern .

I love the little sandals, but the accompanying vest pattern doesnt do anything for me at all. That part of the project looks like a doily gone wild. The sandal pattern is very easy, but only comes in one size. Additional rounds could be made to increase the size. The author has posted a very thorough photo step by step for the sandals.

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