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Newborn Frog Sandal


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This is a listing for the fully tested PDF Pattern not an actual finished item. This pattern is a Crochet Couture CC original design of the peep toe sling back Frog Sandals. Only available in newborn size that will fit up to most 3mo. olds. These are adorable on any baby boy or girl!!! Use them in photo props or while out at the grocery store. Either way it will be sure to get people talking! Due to the nature of the pattern no refunds are available. If you cannot crochet and would like to order these you can email me at or visit The PDF file includes photos, number of stitches, extra notes and is written in Standard American Terms. If you have any questions about the pattern please feel free to contact me. This pattern is copyright protected and cannot be sold, transmitted, distributed or reproduced in any form or by any means. All photos are the sole property of CrochetCoutureCC and may not be used, copied or edited in anyway without the written consent of Crochet Couture CC. You are however, very welcome to donate, gift as well as sell the finished items. And if you sell your work online, please link to my pattern " I would be very grateful! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY How to Read a Crochet Pattern Basic Crochet stitches & terminology Single Crochet Half Double Crochet Treble Crochet Decreases (DC & SC) GAUGE 4sc=1" or 4sc by 2 rounds= 1/2" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Sole = 3.5-4" Back Heel = 1.5" PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver

Recommended with this pattern

  • G Hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle

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Hookerella here! I come from a long line of Polish woman who crocheted. My great grandmother came over from Poland with my Great Grandfather and they both passed when I was an infant. My mother learned to crochet from my great grandmother (her grandmother) and my mother taught me. I was the only daughter of 2 that wanted to learn and I am the last to carry down the craft. That is until my own kids are grown. :) I now am a mother of 3 daughters myself all 10/under and well, like everyone else needed some extra money. Why not try to make some doing what I love and what relaxes me. I find it utterly amazing the things you can make with a strand of yarn! So, I started to crochet and sell my products as well as design new items for everyone to use as well from my patterns. I'm an open book and always happy to help. Reach out of me here or on Facebook or Etsy or Ravelry.