Baby Booties Daisy Crochet Stitch

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Baby Booties Daisy Crochet Stitch Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • To work this pattern you need to know how to work in the round, sc, hdc, dc, and Daysi crochet pattern stitch - Only basic skills are required. For help I place the useful internet links .

Pattern Description:

This is a CROCHET PATTERN Baby Booties Daisy Crochet Stitch
You will love to crochet these little shoes. They are a must have for every baby wardrobe , so will be perfect gift. They will go with just about everything. Create your unique design playing with colors! These booties are fun to make and work up fast!

To work this pattern you need to know how to work in the round, sc, hdc, dc, - Only basic skills are required. For help I place the useful internet links .

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L'Oasi della Maglia Designs (c) 2014

Gauge:

20 sts- 20 rows in 10 cm/ 4 inc

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 0-6 months (or app. 3,7 inc (9,5 cm) foot length) 6-12 months / 4,7 inc (12 cm) foot length)

Materials:

  • Approx. 100 m/107yards (25 gr) " any DK weight yarn ( 3 Light) as Main Color yarn; A small amount Approx. 50 m /54 yards " any DK weight yarn ( 3 Light) as Contrasting Color yarn; 2 Flat buttons diameter 10 mm ; Crochet hook 3, 5 mm/US E-4

Suggested yarn:

110 yards of DK weight

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