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Crochet Baby Booties Pretty In Pink – http://crobypatterns.com/pretty-in-pink-free-pattern/

Crochet Baby Booties Pretty In Pink – http://crobypatterns.com/pretty-in-pink-free-pattern/

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Color Block Baby Booties pattern by Flora Cheung

This is a detailed written knitting pattern in pdf format for baby teddy bear themed booties. The pattern includes photos and row by row written instructions.

Teddy Bear Baby Booties pattern by Sylvia Leake

This is a detailed written knitting pattern in pdf format for baby teddy bear themed booties. The pattern includes photos and row by row written instructions.

Et voilà pour ses petits petons ! Leur look rétro et leur bride en font un modèle craquant. Présentés dans le numéro d’avril 2012 d’Enfant Magazine, ils sont réalisés en point mousse.

Et voilà pour ses petits petons ! Leur look rétro et leur bride en font un modèle craquant. Présentés dans le numéro d’avril 2012 d’Enfant Magazine, ils sont réalisés en point mousse.

This is a quick little project that can be made for a boy or girl. You can do whatever u want with the finished project but PLEASE don’t sell the pattern. thank you

This is a quick little project that can be made for a boy or girl. You can do whatever u want with the finished project but PLEASE don’t sell the pattern. thank you

This bootie was born out of the need for baby footwear that would be warm, cute, seamless, and stay put. I have made many of those cute strappy booties, but they never stayed on my kid’s feet, and the booties with ties are prone to be too tight for those delicate baby legs. I came up with my own version as part of a baby gift for my nephew. My sister-in-law said they were the only things that would stay on my nephew’s feet. You have my permission to sell booties made from this pattern.

The No-Seam-Stay-Put Baby Bootie pattern by Angela Smith

This bootie was born out of the need for baby footwear that would be warm, cute, seamless, and stay put. I have made many of those cute strappy booties, but they never stayed on my kid’s feet, and the booties with ties are prone to be too tight for those delicate baby legs. I came up with my own version as part of a baby gift for my nephew. My sister-in-law said they were the only things that would stay on my nephew’s feet. You have my permission to sell booties made from this pattern.

Petite Jete...for any special new baby girl. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petite-jete

Petite Jete...for any special new baby girl. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/petite-jete

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