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Double-Strapped Baby Mary Janes (Free Crochet Pattern)

by - January 18, 2020


Hi fellow crocheters,

I crocheted this sweet pair of Mary Janes shoes designed by the amazingly talented One Dog Woof!

It's a quick and easy design to work up, and the straps and button really add to its cuteness!  Definitely an instant-gratification sort of project, and it doesn't take up much yarn at all.  So, if you have or know a baby who could use a sweet, handmade pair of shoes in her life, this would be a great project to whip up for her!


If you'd like to make one yourself, be sure to check out the free crochet pattern here: Double Strapped Baby Mary Janes Crochet Pattern.  I think it's such a fun project with lots of opportunity to play around with different color combinations and cute button embellishments!


For this sweet pair of mine, I followed the crochet instructions to the T, using the recommended worsted weight yarn and a 4.00mm crochet hook to make the size 6-12 months!


I had so much fun whipping up these shoes that I made another pair in pink and grey, this time using light weight (3) yarn and a 3.25mm crochet hook to create a smaller version. 


I took some work-in-progress shots this time around, so if you're making these shoes as well, hopefully these visual references will come in handy!

Step-by-Step Progress Photos

R1 complete

R2 complete

R3 complete

R4: Turn work over

R4: Inserting hook into the space below the last sc you made in the previous round

R4: Working the sc around

R4 complete

R5: Attaching the new color

R5 complete

R6 complete

R7 complete

R8 complete with a button!

I just had a lot of fun taking photos of this wee shoe.  Isn't it precious in pink?  I think it seriously makes such a sweet, heartfelt baby shower gift!




More Baby Crochet Patterns

If you'd like to check out some other baby projects, here are some I've made in the past!  These all make great newborn and baby shower gifts!



If you've crocheted some baby items as well, I'd absolutely love to see pics or hear about what you've made!  Please share about it in the comments below!

Warmly,

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