Baby Sports Car Booties

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Baby Sports Car Booties Pattern

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Crocheting: Baby Sports Car Booties
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Babies love to drive these little sports cars around (very easy to park, too!)

This pattern includes 5 sizes (Sole length approx.)
Worsted yarn:
4" / 10 cm (0-6 mos)
4 1/4" / 11 cm (6-9 mos)
4 1/2"/12 cm (9-12 mos)
5" / 12.5 cm (12 -24 mos)
5 1/2"/ 14 cm (2-3y)

DK yarn:
3 3/4" /9cm (New born-3 mos)
4" / 10 cm (0-6 mos)
4 1/4" / 11 cm (6-9 mo
4 1/2"/12 cm (9-12 mos
5" / 12.5 cm (12 -24 mos)

Material: Worsted yarn or DK yarn
Color A, for sole (25-35yards,)
Color B, for shoe upper (30-40 yards)
Color C, DK/sport yarn for wheels (10 yards); Color D, DK/sport yarn for tires (8 yards)

8 buttons for front lights:
4 buttons in white color about 1.5cm in diameter. You can use felted white cloth as substitute of these buttons.
4 buttons in dark color, 1.0 cm in diameter.

Hook US 6/4.0mm for worsted yarn, or 3.5mm for DK yarn
Yarn sewing needle and Sewing needle

Skill Level - Advance beginner to intermediate.
This pattern is easy to make, and I made lots of instruction photos and tutorial videos to help you work throughout the project.

To find more cute patterns for boys and girls:
http://www.ravelry.com/designers/cathy-ren
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Cathyren

This pattern is copyrighted. You may not re write, resell or trade. No mass production allowed.

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