Baby Booties

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Baby Booties Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Infant/Baby

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • know how to work ch, sc, hdc, dc, sl st, increases and decreases
  • know how to work in the round on both sides of the foundation chain

Pattern Description:

These booties are made in one piece with no seaming necessary. They start at the sole and end at the top edge. A drawstring is made with the contrasting color and woven through the ch-sps near the top edge.

I designed these baby booties to be given to clients at my local community pregnancy center. They are a little on the small side because they are meant to be a memento for the newly pregnant client to take home to help her choose life for her unborn baby. They can be made larger with a larger crochet hook and heavier yarn, if desired. With the size of yarn and crochet hook listed, however, they are a good size for preemies and small newborns!

Gauge:

rnds 1-3 = 3" long x 1.25" wide

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approx 3" long

Materials:

  • 45 yds (main color) of sport weight acrylic yarn
  • 5 yds (contrasting color) of sport weight acrylic yarn
  • size G (4mm) crochet hook

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle

About Designer

About Designer

Crochet Editor on craftsy.com

My name is Susan Lowman. I've been crocheting for over 35 years and designing for over 15 years. I have over 175 published crochet designs in various crochet books and magazines. In addition, I blog about crochet and self-publish crochet patterns on my website, TheCrochetArchitect.com. I am also a technical crochet editor and teacher, as well as an active professional member of CGOA.

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