I love quick and fun crochet projects made with a thick yarn in pastel colors. For this one, I was using a Bulky weight yarn in blue and beige. It’s very soft and warm. Perfect for the cold winter days. Because I wanted to achieve nice and tight, but not too tight stitches, I used a smaller crochet hook than recommended on the yarn label. Instead of 7 or 8 mm, 6 mm was my perfect match.
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YOU WILL NEED:
- a small amount of beige and blue bulky weight yarn (here!)
- 6.0 mm crochet hook (here!)
- yarn needle (here!)
- scissors (here!)
- stitch markers (here!)
STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS:
- sl st – slip stitch
- ch – chain stitch (VIDEO)
- sc – single crochet (VIDEO)
- hdc – half double crochet (VIDEO)
- dc – double crochet (VIDEO)
- hdc2tog – half double crochet 2 together
- dc2tog – double crochet 2 together
- dc3tog – double crochet 3 together
- SIZE: 0 – 6 months (available below), 6-12 months (available in the PDF pattern here).
- How to read a pattern:
- If the number is written before the stitch 3 hdc work 3 hdc into the same stitch.
- If the number is written after the stitch hdc 3, work hdc into next 3 stitches.
- Repeat what is written in the ( ) as many times as it’s written right after the ( ). For example; Repeat (2 hdc, hdc 1) 5 times. It means that you have to repeat the sequence work 2 hdc sts into the same st, 1 hdc into the next one 5 times. And you will get 5 additional stitches by doing that.
- The chain at the beginning of the round/row does not count as a stitch unless otherwise stated in the pattern.
- The pattern is written in US crochet terms.
- Skill level: Easy/Medium
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Free Crochet Pattern For Baby Booties – Winter Snowflake
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Ch 6. Start in the 2nd ch from the hook.
Round 1: 2hdc. Hdc 3. 6 hdc sts into the same ch. Continue on the opposite side of the ch. Hdc 3. 2hdc. Ss.
Round 2: Work 2 hdc into next 2 sts. Hdc 3. Work 2 hdc into next 6 sts. Hdc 3.Work 2 hdc into last 2 sts. Ss.
If you would like to create a shoe in more than one color, now is the time to change it.
Round 1: Ch 1. Work this round into back loops only. Work 1 hdc into next 26 sts. Ss.
Round 2: Ch 1. Sc 7. Hdc 1. Hdc2tog. Dc2tog three times. Hdc2tog. Hdc 1. Sc 7. Ss.
Round 3: Ch 1. Sc 7. Hdc2tog. Dc3tog. Hdc2tog. Sc 7. Ss.
Round 4: Ch 1. 1 sc in next 17 sts. Ss.
Round 5: Ch 1. 1 hdc into next 17 sts. Ss.
Round 6: Ch 2. 1 dc in next 17 sts. Ss.
Chain 50. Make a small knot on both sides of the chain.
Weave in and out of the half double crochet stitches of round 5. Tie in a bow in front.
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