Saturday, February 16, 2013

Spring Flower Baby Booties Free Pattern

Spring Flower Baby Booties

By Annoo Crochet Designs

Spring Babies are coming and what a wonderful way of welcoming a new bundle of joy with these Adorable Baby Booties.
So Fun and fast to make, I just might make them in many more colors just because….
By the way, the pattern is for 0 to 3 months sizes, but it can easily be changed by adding a few rows at the cuffs.
Happy Crochet my fellow artists!!!

You will need:
Crochet Hook 3.5mm
Berroco Comfort DK in turquoise and Orange
Tapestry Needle

Ch: Chain
Sl st: slip stich
sk st: skip st
Sc: single Crochet
Hdc: half double Crochet
Dc: double Crochet
Fpdc: Font post double Crochet: 
(check the stitch tutorial at the end of the pattern)
Popcorn stitch:
(check the stitch tutorial at the end of the pattern)

Cuffs:  (I am using a double strand of yarn for this pattern)
Row 1: ch16, sc in second ch from hooks and in 14 next st (15st)

Row 2-23: in back loop only, sc all along (15st)
 Do not Fasten off

For the Foot:
Row 1-2: ch1, single crochet all along the long side of your rectangle, turn (23st)
Fasten off

Row 1:  With right side of your work facing you, miss the first 7st, sl st in the next st, ch1, sc in the same sp and in the next 7st, (9sc) turn

Row 2-4: ch1, 9sc (9st)

Row 5: sc2tog, 5sc, sc2tog (7st)
Fasten off.

With the wrong side of your work facing you, sew along the sides of the cuff  creating a seam.

Turn your work back to the right side

You will now be working in the round:

With right side of work facing you : join yarn with a sl st at the center of the back of your work at the seam

Round 1: ch 2( counts as first hdc),  6hdc , 2hdc in corner st,

 go up side of instep with 5hdc, 2hdc in corner,

5hdc along the top of the inset, 2hdc in corner, 5hdc, down the other side of the instep, 2hdc in corner st,  6hdc in the next stitches and join to ch2 with a sl st. (36st)

Round 2-3: Ch2, counts as first hdc, ,FPdc  all around  (36st)

Round 4: ch1, sc2tog, 13 sc, , sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, 13sc, sc2tog, join with a sl st. (32st)

Round 5: ch1, sc2tog, 11 sc, , sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, 11sc, sc2tog, join with a sl st.(28st)

Round 6: ch1, sc2tog, 9 sc, , sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, 9sc, sc2tog, join with a ls st.
Round 7: ch1, sc2tog, 7 sc, , sc2tog, sc, sc2tog, 7sc, sc2tog, join with a sl st.

Fasten off  turn your work wrong side out,sew the sole seam together.

Repeat for other bootie.

I made an orange  puff stitch flower, but you could use my easy flower free pattern to decorate your bootie.

For the puff flower: 

Round 1:
In a magic ring, ch1, 6sc, join with first ch.
Round 2: [make popcorn st, sl t in next st] 6 times, sl st and fasten off

How to Work Front-Post Double-Crochet Stitches

7 of 8 in Series: The Essentials of Double Crochet

Front post stitches are raised crochet stitches on the surface of the fabric facing you. You can create a front-post double-crochet (abbreviated FP dc) stitch with these steps and some practice.

Work a row of normal double crochet (dc) for the first row and turn.

Follow the standard procedure for creating a row.

Chain (ch) 2 for your first double crochet.

Because a post stitch is shorter than a normal stitch, you make the turning chain with one chain stitch less than the normal turning chain requires.

Yarn over (yo) and insert your hook from front to back between the posts of the first and second double crochet of the row below, and then from back to front again between the posts of the second and third stitches.

The hook should now be positioned horizontally behind the double crochet that you’re working around.

Yarn over and draw the yarn around the post of the stitch.

You now have 3 loops on the hook.

Yarn over and draw the yarn through the 2 loops on the hook, twice.

One front post double crochet (FP dc) is complete.

Take a look at the symbol for front post double crochet.

Stitch diagrams use symbols to give you a pictorial description of the pattern design — and may or may not include written directions. This is the symbol for front post double crochet in crochet stitch diagrams.

How to Crochet Popcorn Stitch

This popcorn crochet stitch really pops! The popcorn stitch (abbreviated pop or pc) is a nicely rounded, compact oval that stands out from the fabric. It takes a bit more time to make than other raised stitches, but it’s well worth the effort.
For even more fun, you can work popcorn stitches so that they “pop” to the front or the back of the fabric, depending on where you want them to stand out.
Work a 5-double-crochet popcorn stitch so that it pops to the front of your design:
  1. Work 5 double crochet (dc) stitches in the same stitch.
  2. Drop the loop from your hook.
  3. Insert your hook from front to back under the top 2 loops of the first double crochet of the group.
  4. Grab the dropped loop with your hook and pull it through the stitch.
    One front-popping popcorn is complete.
You can also pop to the back of the work:
  1. Work 5 double crochet (dc) stitches in the same stitch.
  2. Drop the loop from your hook.
  3. Insert your hook from back to front under the top 2 loops of the first double crochet of the group.
  4. Grab the dropped loop with your hook and pull it through the stitch.
    One back-popping popcorn is complete.
In stitch diagrams, the stitch symbol is the same for a back or front popcorn.
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  1. Please, change de font. Old people as me can't read. Thank you very much, and sorry.

  2. I couldn't figure out how to post just the photo of my finished booties, but here is a link to my blog post. Thanks again for posting the pattern - they were fun!

  3. Hi I love these booties.... Just not sure about what weight yarn to use should I use one strand of dk or two?

  4. I used Two strands of Dk, I liked the chunky feeling and I felt it gave the booties a little more body...;-)

  5. Hi, sorry to ask a daft question but what does sc2tog mean? I get the 'single crochet 2' but tog? together? how?

  6. lol...not a draft question at all it is a single crochet decrease....;-)

  7. second rnd of the foot....dcbp? bpdc.

  8. Back post double crochet!!! dyslexic me...;-)

  9. Lovely booties! Thank you for the pattern.

  10. LOVE these booties!!!! so easy and super quick!!! THANK YOU

  11. Im a bit confused by the bpdc, I get a sort of edge from them that I cant see on your boot, except maybe when you have it inside out sewing the bottom. Was I supposed to turn it inside out one more time? Yours looks more like fpdc.But then again I have never done this stich before.

  12. Very cute. thank you for the pattern and post. I am also having the same issue as Ann, and I am also new to bpdc.

  13. There are no bpdc in this pattern, they are all fpdc. Are you counting the chain ones of the decrease rounds as an actual stitch? If not the count is off.

  14. When I started the booties it was a little hard for to understand the pattern. But the pictures made it easier for me to understand what was being done. Thanks for the visuals.

  15. Absolutely love these booties!!!!!! Very cute. Very Quick. Well written pattern. Will be making a ton of these! Thank you very much. Do you have instructions for larger ones?

    1. Glad you liked it...what size were you looking to make?

  16. thanks for sharing the patern, I'm going to give it a try.(-:
    Greatings from the Netherlands, Ria

  17. Replies
    1. xoxoxoxo you are very welcome Emily!!!

  18. Thank you for the pattern! Very easy to read and simple to make two identical booties!

    1. Very Glad to hear!!!!! Happy Crochet Mimi!!!<3

  19. Thank u for the pattern nd tutorial... its very easy to catch on... im confused tho abt bpdc... i dint come accross it in ur pattern...


    1. Hi Rashmi, only Front post dc....did I make a typo? let me know...Happy Crochet

  20. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful pattern! I actually think it was well written and
    much easier to understand. God bless you for making a difference! <3

  21. Hi, LOVE your site! I just made my first pair of these and they are darling! I am in Nebraska and have had a lot of people ask me to sell them to them. I would love to but a I want to make sure I give credit to your amazing design skills. How do I go about that? Do I just add your website on a little label? Thank you so much for your beautiful designs! Love Them! - Jillian Post

    1. That would be so very nice of you!!I am so glad that darling little toes will be wearing shoes created from my pattern. ;-)))) Thank you Jillian!!!!!<3

  22. Muchas muchas gracias x compartir!!!! Y lo mejor es que pude traducirla al español!!!! Que Dios te multiplique cosas buenas en tu vida

  23. These are so cute and I love the ribbing. Thanks for sharing.

  24. Love these booties. Definately will be making tons of these. I used worsted red heart yarn that I had left over from a previous project, and will be making these with bernat cotton yarn next.
    I beleive this pattern is for newborns. The soles came out to 3.5", which is good for 0-3 months

  25. Perdón , pero no entiendo ni las explicaciones ni las fotos.Gracias.

  26. Perdón , pero no entiendo ni las explicaciones ni las fotos.Gracias.

  27. Love these booties & the beautiful easy to understand tutorial! I'm making a gift for a friend; baby hats in a crocheted basket & I think these will make the gift complete.
    Thank you for sharing!

  28. Thanks a lot for these lovely bootees! It`s my first time of crocheting bootees and I LOVE them! Thank u very much^) Is this size for a newborn baby? It looks like for a toy:)))