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Crochet Tutorial: Baby Sandals with a Bow

Recently I posted a video tutorial for the Ribbon and Bow hatIn continuation of the “bow-tastic” theme, I bring you another baby tutorial showing you how to crochet a pair of peep-toe baby sandals using inspiration from this pattern by Hut’s Crochet. I really liked her instructions on the bottoms and sides, but I adapted my own pattern for the top and bow.

Baby Booties

Here the video tutorial for the baby sandals/slippers.

If you want to make your bow bigger or smaller, watch this video tutorial I filmed a while back to show you how!

These cute sandals are the perfect accent to any infant outfit and go so well with the bow hat. It makes the perfect set to give as a gift! This is another quick and easy project, perfect for a beginner or any seasoned crocheter to accomplish in an afternoon!

Without the bow, these would make cute little boy slippers as well. You can change things up and make a flower, add a button, or any other embellishment! Get creative, and have fun!

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat

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Happy Hookin’
~Nadia

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4 responses

  1. Pingback: Crochet Tutorial: Baby Dress with a Bow | YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad

  2. You are an awesome teacher! Please make more of YouTube toturial.
    They are well done .i was able to follow you and create the same white and red dress. Thank you !!

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