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Baby Booties - Baby Ballet Flats

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Baby Booties - Baby Ballet Flats
Baby Booties - Baby Ballet Flats

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Stitches used: st(s) " stitch(es) ch " chain stitch hdc " half double crochet sc " single crochet sl st - slip stitch

Pattern Description:

It is very easy and quickly to make them and they look so adorable!
ALL MY PATTERNS ARE WRITTEN IN STANDARD AMERICAN TERMS!
For your convenience there are step by step description and many photos.

Skill level -Easy

Size: Pattern is written for size 0-6 months with changes for size 6-12 months

Yarn:
any DK weight (LIGHT 3)yarn " 30g or 120 yards
Hooks and notions:
crochet hook 3.25mm (D) or size needed to obtain gauge

Stitches used:
st(s) " stitch(es)
ch " chain stitch
sc " single crochet
hdc " half double crochet
sl st - slip stitch

You can always contact me if you have any problems with the pattern.

Price is for the PATTERN only, not the finished product. YOU CANNOT RESELL MY PATTERN BUT YOU CAN SELL THE FINISHED ITEM IF YOU LIKE.

Mon Petit Violon Designs (c)2013

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Pattern is made for one size but you can change size of booties just by using different kind of yarn. I suggest to work with sport-weight yarn for size 0-6 months and DK-weight for size 6-12 months.

Materials:

  • 30 gr 100% cotton sport-weight yarn (or DK weight yarn)
  • crochet hook 2.75mm or C (3.25mm or D if you work with DK weight yarn), or size needed to obtain gauge


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All my patterns are written in English, in US terms.
I learned to crochet and knit when I was a little girl. Many years later, being stay at home mom I finally realized my dream - officially became ...

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