Sunday, July 14, 2013

Baby Loafers Free Pattern

Baby Loafers Free Pattern

By AnnooCrochet Designs

There is something so stylish about Loafers, I absolutely had the best time creating these adorable Baby Loafers for a good friend's Baby Shower .
Use blue yarn, and it is perfect for a baby boy, choose some pink or any pastel color and it becomes very feminine . 

This Pattern is for 6 to 12 months old babies
You will need:
Hook 3.75 mm
Cascade Yarn Cotton DK In Grey
 Cascade Yarn Cotton DK InYellow
Cascade Yarn Cotton DK In white
Cascade Yarn Cotton DK In Turquoise
Tapestry Needle

Stitches used
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double Crochet
dc: double crochet

Making The Soles:

(Make two grey and two yellow)

( you will make 2 of each color, 4 soles in total)
 With Hook 3.25mm and Grey
Round 1: ch19, 

dc in second ch from hook ,

 dc all along

 3dc in last ch,

 do not turn, continue on the other side of your chain.

3dc in last ch, join with first ch3.

Round 2: ch3,

 dc in same st,

 5 dc,


5dc, 2dc in next st, 4dc, 2dc in next st, 5dc, 7hdc, 5dc, 2dc in next st , join with first ch3

Round 3: ch3, dc in same st, [2dc in next st]4 times, 3dc,  7hdc,3dc, [2dc in next st] 10 times, 3dc, 7hdc, 3dc, 2dc in each of next 5st

Fasten off

with yellow Yarn, and  both soles right side out, sc all around 

Fasten off.


Round 1: sl st in middle back of your sole, yellow's right side facing you and In back loop only, sc all around

Round 2: Ch 1, hdc 13, sc 40, hdc 12, sl st in beg hdc, 
Round 3: Ch 1, hdc 11, sc 44, hdc 10, sl st in beg hdc, 

Round 4: Ch 1, hdc 11, sc 48, hdc 11, sl st in beg hdc, 

Fasten off.  

Ch 10.

Row 1 RS: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in next 7 ch, mark center st, turn. 9 sts

Row 2: Ch 1, 2 sc in first sc, sc in next 7 sc, 2 sc in last sc, turn. 11 sts

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in first sc, sc in 10 sc, turn.

Row 4-14: Rep Row 3 do not fasten off, sc all around the sides of your instep piece

Fasten off

  With yellow yarn sc the inset piece to the front of your shoe

Add a tassel for a finished look ( plenty of How to on youtube)

Voila, You are done!!!

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Happy Crochet my fellow artists!!!! 

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  1. What a beautiful, congratulations on step by step, wonderful.

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  3. These are absolutely adorable. I was wondering what hook size you used. In the materials it listed 2.75 but in the instructions it says to start with the 3.25? I just want to make sure I'm using the right size because, honestly I don't know if I have any that small! Thanks :)

  4. PERFECT, these are perfect look and perfect tuto. Thanks !

  5. Looks like in the pictures the 2.75 was used. But a clear answer on the question above about the hook size would be much appreciated.

    1. 3.75 it is….I fixed it, the result will depend on your style of Crochet as well, I tend to crochet fairly tight. So 3.25 works for me.
      Happy crochet

  6. I know it's been a while since you posted this, but I'm having trouble with the sole: I can't sc around both pieces, because they are not simmetrical :( What I've crocheted is more an "S" shape
    Did anyone have the same problem?

    1. Had a couple that were that way but the other 2 were fine did the same thing was able to crochet around

  7. They came out looking bigger than I thought but it was easy to follow. Thanks for all the pictures it helps.

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  9. So, following this pattern with a 3.75mm hook with DK yarn I have ended up with slippers big enough to fit my 2 year old! I'm trying to figure out what to do in order to make them smaller because a 3.75mm is a super tiny hook already and I wouldn't want to go to a smaller yarn either. Any thoughts?

  10. I followed the pattern with a 3.75mm hook and they ended up being huge! I had to give them to my 4 year old nephew instead of keeping them for my own baby. I'm a little bummed, they turned out cute though, maybe I'll try tweaking the pattern a bit to see if I can get them smaller for my own child. Thanks!

  11. Sure i cant wait to come up with something like this

  12. cute but I need for a man's size

  13. Hi, I did 2 of the soles following the suggested yarn and hook size, however, my soles came out "S" shaped... idk what happened lol the pattern is super easy to follow. After the 1st sole came out S shaped, i paid extra attention to the 2nd sole and the same happened..


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