Posted on January 14, 2020

Crochet Baby Boots With Laces

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Crochet baby booties with laces

Happy New Year to you all!

It has been so long since I last wrote a blog post!  Unfortunately I had a very bad year last year, three family members sadly passed away, one being my lovely dad and the day after his funeral I sadly had to have my gorgeous  little dog put to sleep!  So as you can imagine I didn’t get much crocheting done, I lost my ‘crojo’.  When I mentioned this to my daughter she said ‘oh I will buy you one’ until I told her what it meant! Haha.

Anyway, of course I eventually got my ‘crojo’ back and started making these cute crochet baby boots with laces, which are different to the ones I have made before on my other blog post Crochet Baby Booties.

Crochet Baby Boots In Beige and Pink

After the first pair I made turned out well, I made more in different colour combinations.  Some I made with different coloured soles to the tops with matching laces.

Crochet baby booties with laces

Blue and Grey baby boots

Crochet Baby Booties

Brown and Beige Crochet Baby Boots

I bought the pattern for these cute baby boots from Ravelry, they are called Combat Boots and the pattern is by Alana Harley, I will put the link to the pattern at the bottom of the page.  They can be made in four different sizes, 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months and 12-18 months.  The yarn I used to make these was Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran, this is a different yarn to the one I normally use, which is Stylecraft.  I was really impressed with this yarn and will definitely be using it again.  The website I bought the yarn from is a great find, its called Love Crafts and as well as selling yarns it has loads of free patterns for crochet and knitting.

I will get back to my crocheting now, I’m currently making a ‘call the midwife blanket’, which I will show you in another post.

Link for Pattern – Baby Combat Boots

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