Happy THURSDAY!!! Once again, I almost didn't make it this week! But here I am with a super duper easy baby booties pattern that I feel is the answer to all your baby booties pattern searches. It's a simple single crochet fold and whip stitch-that's it!
Once I finished the little pink set, I decided they needed a very simple little rosette. If you remember, I normally do not like coiled flowers because I just can never make them look as beautiful as they are supposed to be in any pattern I've found and used. So very carefully, I decided that I needed to make up my own pattern so they don't look or feel bulky at the bottom. Since a couple of you seemed interested, I thought I would share what I designed:
1. Ch 16. Crochet loosely, as you continue.
2. Single crochet in 3rd chain from hook. *Double Crochet, chain 2, Double Crochet in next stitch. Single Crochet in the next stitch. *Repeat to the end of the chain. Once the row is done, you can see your flower is naturally coiled on its own. Now thread a whip stitch needle to sew your flower into a roll very carefully and slowly. (pictured)
As you can see, I am using a thicker yarn and bigger hook size in order for you to see the rosette better. Here is a great Leaf Pattern. I did not use it, but you will need a leaf!
What I love most about this pattern is, you can use any stitch you like! I decided to try a double crochet first by following the measurements of the pattern, as you can see they are pretty simple to assemble for the whip stitching once your crocheting is complete.
If you decide to make these cute and super easy booties.. please share your creations with me on Instagram.. just use #sewsorose hashtag! I would love to see your work! Thanks to all who continue to encourage me by showing interest! I really appreciate it. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
Until next time!
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Growing up with a love for sewing, I enjoy crocheting and all around crafting. I will be sharing recipes, past/current projects, my favorite patterns, tutorials on crochet/knit patterns I use, Free Patterns from my collection of Vintage Patterns given to me from my Mother and Giveaways. It's my prayer, my readers will be blessed my blog entries.