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Lake Oswego, OR

I've been crocheting since I was young and designing for many years now. I'm excited to offer some of these here on Craftsy and hope you enjoy:) Happy Crocheting!

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Best Booties/Slippers Baby 0-24 months

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Best Booties/Slippers Baby 0-24 months
Best Booties/Slippers Baby 0-24 months
Best Booties/Slippers Baby 0-24 months
Best Booties/Slippers Baby 0-24 months

Pattern Description:

Oh, I wish you could feel these! This stitch gives these practical, airy soft little booties/slippers a wonderful 'spongy' feel. I wear a pair of the adult ones and they are soooo comfy!!

Best of all, they can be made in one continuous piece from toe to heel and cuff worked right on from there:)

These have a wonderful amount of stretch, which is a result of the stitch as opposed to the yarn, so almost any type of yarn will produce this same lofty, stretchy results. These are definitely 'no kick (off)' booties:-)

Pattern includes instructional pictures and is definitely explanatory enough that even a dedicated beginner who has never done the stitches involved could complete these with ease!

Samples were made using Patons Beehive Baby Sport in Angel White (09005), Precious Pink (09420) and Bonnet Blue (09143)


12 dc and 6 rows = 2"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Lengths listed are actual finished (designed to fit) measurements:
  • -- 0-6 months: 3-1/2" (4")
  • -- 6-12 months: 4" (4-1/2")
  • -- 12-18 months: 4-1/4" (4-3/4")
  • -- 18-24 months: 4-3/4" (5-1/4")


  • Patons Beehive Baby Sport (or #3 DK/Light Worsted weight yarn of your choice)
  • -- 0-6 months: 100 yds
  • -- 6-12 months: 130 yds
  • -- 12-18 months: 150 yds
  • -- 18-24 months: 160 yds
  • Crochet Hook Size D/3 (3.25 mm)

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