15 Minutes Or Less Crochet Baby Booties Pattern

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If you are one of those people who doesn't have time to make baby booties, you'll love this free crochet baby booties pattern.

Fast and Easy Baby Booties by Croby Patterns are very lovely and very quick to make. In fact, it takes less than 15 minutes to make these newborn baby booties.

Most people think that baby booty takes up such a long time to make. Now, with this written pattern paired with a video tutorial, you can start creating lots of gifts with love.

To increase the size of the booties, you can simply use a bigger hook. As always, once you get to the designer's website, please read the comments area too. You'll get so much information about this pattern. If you're interested in more crochet patterns for babies, spend some time on this website. There are so many absolutely adorable patterns. You'll be so amazed!


15 Minutes Or Less Crochet Baby Booties Pattern

Here is what you will need for this project

YARN: This pattern is made with Drops Eskimo mix yarn which is 100% wool yarn in shade pastel
blue (31), which is gorgeous light blue color.  Update: Recently I came across Super Chunky
weight yarn from Paintbox.  The yarn is 50% wool and 50% acrylic and is way softer and
more gentle on the skin then Drops Eskimo which makes it perfect for baby items. Also, the yarn is
available in 60 different shades and the closest to the one I am using in this tutorial is Duck Egg Ble
CROCHET HOOK: You will need 7.0 mm crochet hook. Sadly there is no US hook size for this crochet
hook, so you will have to go one size down which would be K/10 1/2 or L/11.

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