Little booties are so incredibly adorable in handmade crochet. There are so many cute adornments and embellishments.
In this case, Olivia Kent has embellished with a contrasting color of crochet lace. This gives such a vintage look that I love!
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Olivia of Hopeful Honey has written this pattern for sizes newborn through 12 months in a lovely DK weight cotton.
Do you have a problem with crocheting booties and trying to maintain the same size? Make your soles separately.
Once you have the soles the same size, begin applying the sides. It’s usually the soles that give people the most difficulty with tension. If you make them at the same time, you are more likely to stitch them up to the same size.
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