Saturday, March 7, 2009

Let's begin with gifts!

I love to crochet, and my biggest passion is baby booties! Here is one pattern I would like to share with you!
This is the pattern for Lavander Baby booties!
Now it is also available as free download on Ravelry in pdf format!




It is very easy and quickly to make these booties. I offer you two versions of one pattern. You can make them striped or just in one colour. I made marks in the pattern where you should change yarn to make them striped as you can see on the photo.


Size:
0-6 months, app. 10 cm foot lenght.

Materials:· 25 gr of 100% cotton yarn in one colour (I used Phildar 100 % cotton yarn “Detente” Lavande) , or 20 gr of cotton yarn in basic colour and 10 gr in another colour.
· crochet hook Nr.3 (should be the same as size “D”) or size needed to obtain gauge.
· two ribbons (each 50 cm long)

Gauge:4 sts = 2 cm or 5 sts = 1 inch

Stitches used:st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
hdc – half double crochet
sc – single crochet
sl st - slip stitch


The pattern is available on www.monpetitviolon.com or simply follow this link: http://monpetitviolon.com/free-patterns/














More patterns you can find in my Etsy shop as well www.monpetitviolon.etsy.com!

19 comments:

Sara said...

Beautiful Booties!

Just Me said...

Hi there! I love these booties and am trying them out. I got to the part where I need to turn them inside out and put the heel together. But this is where I am stumped. What parts of the bootie are being sl st together? I need a little clarification on this part. Can't wait to finish these! They are so cute. Thanks for sharing your pattern!

MonPetitViolon said...

Just Me, you should connect parts of the heel. I will post now photo where I tried to show which exactly parts you should put together.

Just Me said...

Aha! I see now! Thank you so much for responding right away. They are so cute and I don't want to wait to finish them. You do such beautiful work!

alefty said...

Hi,
I am newer to crocheting. I am making your booties which have very easy up until connecting it together. Can you help clarify? What are the 4 stitches? Also, how do you finish off and then continue working on the edging? Do you actually cut the yarn and begin again?
Thanks!

Josi said...

Achei muito lindo!
Obrigada!
Beijos
Josi

Madejas said...

I teach crochet, so I am always looking for patterns for my students. Is it ok with you if I use your patterns for this purpose?

TaRa said...

Dearest
I love your blog and your booties..They are so simple and classy...
However, I am stuck in the place where you have to turn the booties inside out and WORK IN FOUR LOOPS...i have been staring at the booties and the picture since yesterday..I even made my sister sit and try to think of what you mean by that...Please help me dear..I thank you so much and wish you more success...
TaRa

TaRa said...

Dearest
I love your blog and your booties..They are so simple and classy...
However, I am stuck in the place where you have to turn the booties inside out and WORK IN FOUR LOOPS...i have been staring at the booties and the picture since yesterday..I even made my sister sit and try to think of what you mean by that...Please help me dear..I thank you so much and wish you more success...
TaRa

Mon Petit Violon said...

TaRa, I mean it that you should seam together both sides of the heel, and instead of using thread and needle I suggest to work sl st in all four loops (2 you have on one side, 2 on another). :)

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TaRa said...

yes yes darling i got what you mean....However, i think if we say that
JOIN THE HEEL TOGETHER WITH SLIP STICHES,
THEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN
WE TURN THE BOOTIE INSIDE OUT...that way we have the seam inside (hidden)
then we turn the work to the right side....
Thank you very much for your fast reply and i wish you more creativity...
TaRa

Mon Petit Violon said...

Actually it is written that first you should turn it inside out and then you should join the sides of the heel... :-) Yes, I didn't mention that then you have to turn it to the right side...

Amy said...

How would you go about altering this pattern so that it would fit a newborn?

Charms said...

"The booties were so cute, as well as the Lavander color. This would be perfectly fitted with my doll collection, anatomically correct reborn dolls. I'll be doing one with that kind of pattern."

Tuffy said...

hey,very beautiful booties! made one for my friend's baby boy and she loved it.Going to make another one...Thanks for sharing the pattern :)

gin said...

I used your pattern to make pumpkin booties for The Preemie Project. They were adorable. I just used green and didn't put the ruffles at the top. Thanks for providing such an easy pattern; I was able to make 20 pairs!

Pat in Jersey said...

hey Vita!
thank you for your free patterns! I have one question. On the "Cute Baby Booties Pattern",right below the "Upper" headline, you have a photo of the bootie looking bigger up front.. with the directions, it doesn't come that way... are we still going in rounds when we get there or back and forth. Confused on this.. again.. many thanks for taking the time..pat psdumas@comcast.net

Lee Ann said...

These booties are adorable. Thank you for posting! :)
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