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Baby Converse Booties

By: Irfanullah Khan from crochetcrosiahome.blogspot.com
Baby Converse Booties
Baby Converse Booties

"This is a pair of baby converse bootie. It is a small size booties; I made this for 3 to 6 months boy. To starting the pattern I see some of the booties design in the internet. This one I like for my brother’s baby. I wanted to design these booties in my own way. When I completed my design, I have a lot of fun to crochet them, it is very easy pattern. I made step by step picture that you have easy to understand the pattern. I used the light blue and white colors yarn, those are I already used in my previous pattern the boy romper set, cause of I have an extra."

Notesfree pattern

Easy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge Sole=10cm

6 hdc x 4 Rows = 1 inch

Finished Sizesmall 3 to 6 months baby

Materials List

  • crochet hook 3mm
  • two colors yarn light blue and white
  • crochet needle

Instructions

it is very easy and simple pattern, I made step by step picture tutorial for the guide in this pattern I have no added difficult stitches in this pattern. The double crochet together I explain in the description below, to starting the pattern fist see the abbreviations and then follow the pattern to the same.When you working in the front, first put the stitch marker or pin it the stitches, and then start in one side to the other. When you completing the front don’t remove the stitch marker and then starting work into the back side. I hope you will enjoy making this pattern

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. I have actually made two pair of these for a friends new baby, and they turned out perfectly. You can stick to the basic baby colours of blues and pinks, or jazz them up with the louder combinations of todays modern sports shoes. Basically, the skys the limit as far as the variations available. Print this one off or convert it to PDF and store it on your tablet or phone, as Im sure you will use it again and again.

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