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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Baby Sandals

Oh just thought I would share a super cute picture of one of my Granddaughters, LOL!  
 Yes, this is her adorable perfectly sweet little foot. 
 But of course I would also love to show off her little shoe.   I expanded my crocheting talents from Barbie clothes for her sister's Barbies to these sweet little shoes. 

 These are just too easy and are so adorable.  I completed them in time for her to wear during summer vacation. 

And of course I would also love to share the easy pattern so grab a crochet hook and some pretty yarn and start hooking!

Baby Sandals

Size E Crochet hook (3-6 months) or
Size G Crochet hook (6-12 months)
Yarn (choice of colors)

The Sole   (the sole of each sandal consists of a top sole and a bottom sole that are sewn together.
Make 4 (two top soles and two bottom soles)

Round 1: Using main color ch 11, skip 4 ch, dc into 5th ch from hook and dc into next 5 ch. Into the last ch work 7 dc. 1 dc each into next 6 ch on the other side of the foundation chain.  Into next ch (not into the ch sp) work 6 dc and join with a sl st to the strting ch. 

Round 2: Ch 3, 1 dc each into next 7 st. 2 dc each into next 2 st, 3 dc into next st, 2 dc ear into next 2 st, 1 dc into next 8 st, 2 dc each into next 2 st, 3 dc into next st, 2 dc each next 2 st. Join with a sl st to beg of round

Round 3: Ch 2, hdd into next 7 st, 2 dc each into next 5 st, 3 dc into next st, 2 dc into next 5 st, 1 hdd each into next 8 st, 2 sc into next 5 st, 3 sc into next st, 2 sc each into next 5 st. Join with a sl st to the beg of round. Fasten off.

Toe Top

Join yarn into the 8th st from the point of joining towards the left on the top sole (first dc on that side)  
Row 1 to 12  Ch 1, sc into same st, sc into next 2 st, ch 1 turn.  Turn to the wrong side and sc into the corresponding st on the other side of the sole. Fasten off yarn.  Insert yarn into the center of the strap, ch 4 and sc into the st where the yarn was inserted . Ch 1 turn and work 5 sc into the ring. Fasten off yarn and weave in the ends.   This completes the little band over the toes with a button hole in the center.

Back Strap

Mark the center stitch of the bottom part of the sole.  Join yarn into the 7th st opposite to the point of joining.

Round 1: (work into the front loops only)  Ch 2, dc into next st (dc2tog), dc2tog 2 more times, dc into next 3 st, dc2tog 3 times, Ch 2, turn.
Round 2 and 3:  1 dc each into next 8 st

Chain 22, sl into 6th ch from hook forming a loop for the buttonhole, sl st into two more st and fasten off yarn. Insert the chains through the ring.  

Place the top sole over the wrong side of the bottom sole and sew them both neatly together along the edges.  

Flowers (make two)

With yellow thread ch 2, 5 sc in 2nd ch from hook.  Join with a sl st to first sc.  Fasten off.  Attach chosen flower color thread (I used red). (Ch 2 3dc, ch 2, sl st) in the same sc, sl st to the next sc 5 times, making 5 petals. fasten off.

Attach flowers just in front of the button hole so the chain from the back strap can be inserted into the button hole and then looped over the flower to fasten.  

The most important step:   Find a baby and place on those adorable little feets:)  


Sharing at these incredible Linky Parties!!


  1. Those are DARLING! Nothing cuter than sweet baby toes sticking out of them. Love!

    I have my first linky party going on right now too, if you'd care to come link up!
    There are no rules involved :).


  2. Evelyn, These are absolutely adorable!! Thanks for sharing. I don't crochet, but my mom does. I will be passing this along to here. Thanks, Nichi

  3. That is the cutest little bootie-type sandal ever! So lovely. I am a beginner crocheter myself so I can only look on enviously for now.


  4. So sweet and lovely baby toe!Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice week!
    Have a look at my blog I’ll be so glad.

    Hugs from Portugal
    Ana Love Craft

  5. Those little sandals really are cute -- but those toes! They are really precious! I miss baby toes!

  6. So precious—the toes AND the sandals! It's probably good I have grandsons as I could never make something so girly and cute...or anything crocheted at all. Very, very cute. Thank you for sharing the precious pic and the instructions on the GRAND Social.

  7. I love to see craft ideas from other bloggers, always so inspiring!

  8. These are beautiful Evelyn, and I imagined they would feel very soft on the feet too. Have a super blessed day!

  9. Oh, that is just precious! Love the pattern. Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

  10. So cute! The feet AND the sandals! I love how you made them so they would stay on and not just fall off, thanks for sharing!

  11. So cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern at The Fun In Functional!

  12. What adorable little shoes! Such cute little feet too!! :)

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  13. These are sooo stinking adorable! Soo happy to see around these parts!
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  14. These are as sweet as candy. Thanks for sharing the pattern. Linda

  15. those are super duper adorable! I love it! Wish I still had wee feet to put them on! You are welcome to link up on tomorrow's Photo Friday over at Ladies Holiday! Cheers!

  16. You certainly made some cute baby sandals Evelyn. I can crochet but have not made anything in a while. I need to try making a variety of items.

  17. Thanks for hosting! Love the baby sandals. I wish I could crochet.
    Have a great weekend!

  18. extreme cuteness! Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop . BIG hugs!!!

  19. Sweet feet and sandals! Thanks for linking up with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party!!

    Have a great weekend :)

  20. That is officially the cutest thing I've seen today!!! Thanks for sharing!

  21. I LOVE those! Sure wish I knew how to crochet, I'd make them in a sec...maybe some day I'll take lessons!

  22. These are SO cute!!!! Now I gotta learn how to crochet haha :)

  23. I gave up crocheting years ago but these are just giving me that itch. I can't think of anything more I would like to give at baby showers. Your work is lovely.

  24. Those are so amazing. I have been crocheting hats. I love wearing them when the weather get's cooler.

  25. I don't what is cuter - her little baby foot or those sandals! Love those! Thanks so much for sharing at the Pomp Party! Pinning!

  26. So adorable! My great-grandma knitted and its just not something I have the patience for yet but I appreciate the handiwork! Thanks for linking at Sweet Saturday!

  27. Very very cute!!! Love them!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can't wait to see what you link up this evening!

  28. So cute, Evelyn :) I love baby feet! Just wanted to thank you for linking up last week and let you know the party is live now! I can't wait to see what you share this week at All my Bloggy Friends! Hope you're doing well - ((hugs))

  29. Oh Everlyn sure with I could crochet. These are just adorable. Love, love that chubby little foot! Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

  30. I wanted to let you know that you were featured on my Wonderful Wednesday link up at:
    If you would like a featured button, I have them here: Thanks!

  31. Adorable, love seeing those tiny toes sticking out. I do crochet and now need to wait for my daughter in law to give me another grandchild! Thanks for sharing your inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

  32. These are super cute! I just pinned this! :)

  33. Those sandals are absolutely adorable. I have a new granddaughter on the way very soon and I will have to make a pair for her. Thanks for the instructions.

    Following you, from the Let's Get Social Sunday Linky Party.

    Bye for Now, Darlene


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