I have been meaning to rework my Crochet Baby Moccasins for a while now. In fact, this is the second time I have reworked them (the original post is here). I just couldn’t get it right. They fall flat on Facebook and Pinterest and I knew they needed some sort of fix. I inquired about how to make them better in my Facebook group (and in my newsletter) and I got a lot of really great suggestions. If you gave me some ideas, thank you very much! Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest through the trees. Quite frankly, these Oka Crochet Moccasins turned out compelely different than the original, but hopefully they will be something that you will swoon over ;)
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Happy Saturday everyone! Today’s pattern has been a long-time coming. I have been working on this Baby Boardwalk Slip-Ons crochet pattern here and there for over a year. I am terrible with time management, and other things always seemed more important. With some encouragement from my extremely supportive husband, (and some tremendous help from my awesome pattern testers!) I was able to meet a goal and get the pattern finished this month. It has definitely been a labor of love, and I am pleased with how they turned out. I really wanted to create a cute bootie pattern that could be used for boys and girls, and I think this one fits the bill. Sis wears hers all around, and I love how they look on her.
These darling crochet newborn baby booties are perfect for those tiny, newborn baby feet. These newborn baby booties work up quickly and are simple enough for any outfit. Layer over socks to keep those tiny feet cozy and warm! This free crochet pattern post contains affiliate links. Click here for more info.
These darling little bubble baby booties have a cute slouchy design, a very stylish and warm accessory for baby! Perfect for your winter baby or for your next baby shower invite. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
Happy weekend everyone! Today I am over at One Artsy Mama sharing the crochet pattern to these simple newborn boots. They are warm and cozy for little newborn toes, plus they actually stay on her feet (something that socks don’t really do!)! They are also very simple and work up nice and quick.
So hop over and get the free pattern.