I was in-between crochet projects when the neighbours daughter gave birth to their first grand-daughter. I had seen on Pintrest a set of booties that were consider quick and extremely easy to make, so I thought I’d whip up a couple of pairs.
I have to say that I didn’t find the pattern very easy to follow, which seems surprising when you know that it’s a basic “T” shape, but I couldn’t understand the “ch 2” at the beginning of each row and then skipping the first SC from the previous row. If you google “Crossover Booties for Crochet” you’ll easily find the pattern which is by Louise Mac. I ended up ditching my efforts and searched for an alternative pattern.
I found another pattern on You Tube that used Half Double Crochet stitches, and logically the pattern made more sense to me. This pattern is by Jayda Institches and are called Wrap-Style booties. You can find the video here.
The second pair that I made were with 4 ply Merino yarn. I followed the basics of the pattern, but converted it to:
Ch 41, DC 39 x 4 rows.
ST into the 4th row to start the middle section. I can’t remember exactly which stitch I used, but I’m sure you can work it out. Then DC 9 stitches x 7 rows. I made some cute little flowers and stitched them on.
They certainly are extremely cute, and I think that you could easily adjust the pattern to make different sized booties. And there would of course be lots of fun options for little motifs to attach to them.