I have been very busy this past week making these really cute newborn baby shoes and headband sets. I have made the baby shoes before and made a matching hat to go with them but I thought, with all the nice weather we have been having in the UK recently, I would add a headband to match.
I have made two sets in white and have added flower buttons to the shoes and a larger flower to the headband, one set with pink flowers and one set with blue. I like both but I think the blue ones are very striking and really stand out.
The other sets I have made are in a lilac colour with a cream flower and a neutral set in a light brown/taupe colour which have wooden buttons on. I like the flower on the headband with the wooden button attachment, I think it finishes it off nicely, plus it is easier to attach to the headband.
I found the pattern for the headband on Ravelry but unfortunately its not available online anymore. Luckily I have it in my Ravelry library so I was able to access it, but as its not my pattern I don’t feel able to share it. But I have found a YouTube tutorial for it, I will put the link for this at the bottom of the page along with a link for the flower pattern. The headband is made in such a great way, it enables it to be stretchy, so you don’t need to be worry about the size too much.
The newborn shoes pattern is also on Ravelry, which thankfully is still available! I will add the link for the pattern at the bottom of the page too. The shoes are so quick and easy to make and look so small and cute when finished. Like I mentioned before, you can either crochet the small flower button included in the pattern or you can add any button you want and include a matching one to the flower on the headband. I have just bought a load of buttons with different coloured polka dots and flower patterns on, so I will be making some more sets and adding these to them.
Hope you have enjoyed looking at the baby shoes and headband sets I have been making lately, if you make any yourself, I would love to see them! Im off now to make some more, stay safe everyone.
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