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Two Strapped Baby Shoes


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This fun pattern can be used for either boys or girls. It is double soled to make them more sturdy. The straps can be unbuttoned for easy placement. This is a cute way to keep your baby's feet warm! Pattern can be used to make products to sell. If you sell them online, credit for the pattern would be appreciated, but not required. ( Please do not copy this pattern for others or resell the pattern. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY These are the stitches used in this pattern: slip stitch, single crochet, single crochet decrease, half double crochet, half double crochet decrease, double crochet, and double crochet decrease. working in back loops SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0-3 months (3.5 inches), 3-6 months (3.75 inches), 6-9 months (4 inches) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart

Recommended with this pattern

  • 2-3 different colors of Worsted weight yarn (less than one skein or ball each)
  • Size E crochet hook
  • 4 buttons

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Cosy's Corner
Cosy's Corner
My mom taught me a love for crafts at a young age. She loves to quilt and cross stitch. She let me do my own platic canvas project at a young age and I have loved working with my hands ever since. I'm not as talented with sewing as my mom, but I picked up crocheting after seeing my older sister teach herself how to do it. My sister is also amazing when it comes to crafts. She will try anything and will teach herself how to do it. I love all kinds of crafting. From drawing, painting, jewelry making, sewing, cross stitching, plastic canvas, and my favorite, crocheting. I have recently discovered that making crochet patterns is not as hard as I had envisioned it to be. I have mainly done baby shoe patterns, but I hope to expand that to much more! I named my little business after my daughter Cosette because it's so fun to dress her up with things I have made for her!