Friday, March 15, 2013

Crochet baby shoes pattern

You will need a size 1/ 2.25mm hook
Sport weight or worsted weight yarn
2 small bows
2 buttons

ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sts = stitches
sc= single crochet
hdc=half double crochet
fphdc= front post half double crochet
bphdc= back post half double crochet


Soles

Ch 15
Round 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in the next 9 sts,
2sc in the next st, 1 sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st,
3 sc in the next st , 2 sc in next st, 1sc in the next st, 2 sc in the next st,
1 sc in the next 10 sts, sl st to join.

Round 2 ch1, 1 hdc in the next 10 sc,
 2 hdc in the next sc, 1 hdc in the next sc, 2 hdc in the next sc,
 1  hdc in the next 5 sc, 2 hdc in the next sc, 1 hdc in the next sc, 2 hdc in the next sc,
 1  hdc in the next 13 sc, sl st into ch1 at the beg of the round.

Round 3 ch1, 1 hdc in the next 10 hdc ,
2 hdc in the next hdc, 1 hdc in the next hdc, 2 hdc in the next sc,
1 hdc in the next 10 hdc, 2 hdc in the next hdc, 1 hdc in the next hdc, 2 hdc in the next hdc,
1 hdc in the next 13 hdc, sl st into ch 1 at the beg of the round.


Shoes
Change yarn color
Round 1 ch1 ,1  sc in the next 44 sts, sl st into ch 1

Round 2 ch1 ,1 hdc in the next 44 sc, sl st into ch 1

Round 3 1 sc in the next 12 hdc,[ 1fphdc, 1bphdc] Total = 17
1sc in th next 12 hdc sl st to join.


Round 4 1 sc in the next 12 hdc,[ 1fphdc, 1bphdc] Total = 17
1sc in th next 12 hdc sl st to join.


Round 5  1 sc in the next 12 hdc,[ 1fphdc, 1bphdc] Total = 9
1sc in th next 12 hdc sl st to join.

Round 6 1 sc in the next 12 hdc,[ 1fphdc, 1bphdc] Total = 9
1sc in th next 12 hdc sl st to join.


Shoe Strap and Buttonhole

Ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 hdc in the next 8 sts,  ch1, 1 fphdc in the next 8 hdc, ch 3 sl st to join.
Finishing the shoes

Finally, Sew the strap right next to the 1st  fphdc, end off. To sew the button on count 3 sc after last fphdc, finish off. Last but not least sew the bow on the back of the little shoe.Finish off and weave in all  ends.



I love these little shoes!!!!


Note: This pattern was made by Yuny Macor for K&T art 









18 comments:

  1. Thank you soooo much for the tutorial and pattern!

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  2. Hi, a small doubt in the pattern, I am not quite sure of how after 2 rows of 17 fphdc and bphdc it reduces to 9. Could you please clarify tat

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    1. Today I did the following:
      after 2 rows of 17 fphdc and bphdc, i just did 9 rows of fphdc (reducing every second stitch).

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  3. The pattern is lovely!! I seem to have trouble following your written instructions. I was wondering if you could upload o send me a diagram of your pattern

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  4. These are the cutest ones I've seen but I don't understand after row 2 also. I would really love to try and make these and would like a more detail of the pattern or a diagram.

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  5. I don't understand where the reductions come in......please clarify

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  6. Guys and gals, I think I have this figured out. Her directions past the first fpdc row are awful! Here is what I did...
    Beginning with Row 5, I did a single crochet in the first 10 single crochets (not hdc as she says), then I did two single crochet decrease stitches (hook into next stitch, pull yarn through but don't complete stitch; hook into next stitch and pull yarn through, then yarn through all 3),

    THEN, here is how I decreased the 17 to 9 (honestly didn't count but it should give you 8 or 9) - do your fpdc in the first stitch, DO NOT COMPLETE THE STITCH - leave 2 loops on your hook; now begin the next stitch, which is a bpdc and complete, pulling yarn through 2 the first time, then the final loops on the next pull. In doing this, you are combining one fpdc and one bpdc into one stitch in the following row and the stitch pattern remains the same. I did that through all of the fpdc and bpdc stitches, then did two more single chain decrease stitches and single crocheted to the end.

    I plan to finish differently as well, incorporating the strap into the next row. For one side, you will single crochet 8. Chain 12 stitches and do a single chain in the 6th stitch from the hook (vary depending on your button size). Single crochet back down to the shoe and single crochet into the next stitch. From there, I did a single crochet decrease and a single crochet, did my fpdc and bpdc stitches in the ones previous, then a single crochet, single crochet decrease and single crocheted back to the beginning. I am happy with how it looks. You don't "notice" the decreases in the fpdc area really and the shoe is pulled in tight across the top.

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    1. I forgot to say, obviously for the other shoe, you will do all of your single crochet stitches on the approaching side, then you will do the reverse on the opposite side - so you will finish your fpdc/bpdc stitches, single crochet one, do one single crochet decrease, chain 12 and make your strap as before, hook it to the shoe with a single crochet and single crochet to the end. I did a final slip stitch on each shoe also.

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  7. Thank you for sharing such a sweet baby shoe pattern. That was very kind of you! :)

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  8. Wow these are so beautiful and cute. The color is simply amazing. I like crochet booties very much and these are looking incredible. I will definitely make these baby shoes or will buy matching these ones.

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  9. Hey thanks a lot for sharing this post. I have been using baby shoes since a long time now and it looking awesome on my cute girl.
    Keep sharing this stuff.

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