These darling crochet baby boat booties shoes look just like boat shoes or Sperry’s! Mama will love the trendy style and how soft and comfy these crochet booties are for Baby. The free version includes 3-6 months, or you can get additional sizing, newborn – toddler, in the PDF from my shops! These are great to make for your new little one, your toddler, or for an adorable baby shower gift! This post uses affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission from your purchase (click here for more info). Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!Click for more
This classic baby booties crochet pattern will become your favorite go-to crochet Mary Janes for baby! This pattern works up fast and the pop of color makes them a fun project to make. They are perfect for your next baby shower! Pattern PDF includes sizing from newborn to toddler.
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These darling crochet loafer slippers are fun to make and comfortable to wear! They feature a double sole for extra comfort and are made with simple construction. Make a pair for baby too! This post included affiliate links, which means I get small commission if you make a purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
I finally finished a pattern that I have been working on! It felt like these women’s loafer slippers took way longer than they should have, but I am SO glad to be finished (and I might not be making slippers again in the near future, phew!). I really love how they turned out, and they are so comfortable! The double sole is so lovely. It’s pretty fun to mix and match colors for these crochet slippers.Click for more
When I was pregnant with my son, I decided to learn to crochet, you know, booties, hats and whatnot. Well, relearn, I should say (I took a crochet class for 4-H when I was in 2nd grade, got a blue ribbon on my granny squares).
Thank goodness for youtube! If you want to learn how to do ANYTHING, someone has posted a very helpful video tutorial. The internet is awesome.
My skills are still quite rudimentary, but I really enjoy it and there are some super-cute patterns on Etsy. Not to mention the plethora of FREE patterns out there. Restatement: the internet is awesome.
So, I thought I would throw another free pattern into the mix. It’s pretty simply and easy to make: the Striped Hipster Slouchy Beanie!