Added Aug 8, 2012
I made two pairs of baby booties. Tiny! Tiny! Tiny! One of the pair is crocheted with a texture, “a rib”, and the other pair have an “even texture”. I used a wool yarn (the winter is upon us!) and then I teaseled it so it would get soft! soft! soft!
If you google “cross over booties” you’ll find a lot of matches for free patterns. That’s what I did. I based my booties on these two instructions:
To make 4 booties/2 pairs:
About 25-30 grams of wool yarn
5,5 mm crochet hook
Comb/teasel/brush to use when teaseling the crochet wool before it’s sewn together to form the bootie
If you want to decorate it whit a bow in a contrasting color you’ll also need a small piece of yarn in a color you like and a crochet hook to fit the yarn
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