Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create little baby booties in just 20 minutes part 12/12.
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So, using your needle, what you’re going to just do now is just pull up and these materials are just going to follow out of the other thing. This is kind of a way of tying things shut without actually tying it shut. So, what I want to do is this is the first straggler and if you know me well, the straggler is the leftover pieces. And we’re going to do a weaving technique. And what we’re going to do is just stick it into the very next stitch that’s available. Throwing in the weaver or the straggler over the top and pulling it through. So, lets turn back over the top and we’re going to weave this.
I use it to do about two inch or more weaver and what you want to do, you know this is baby that’s why you could tie it at some point and just hide it really good. So, you could do that if you want it to. So, if you wanted to tie it, just keep it on the loop just like so. Grab the other one and pull through like this. So, you can cut that, cut it not, don’t be too—like I would do is leave that on the inside of the booth because you’ll never see it, right. So, now we have the other side of the other 15-inch string and so we have to determine what side you want being a good side and bad side. At this particular point, it really truly doesn’t matter. The stitches look the same. And you can determine what you want to do. So, this thing shut. So, I'm going to just do it this way. I prefer to throw it over and work toward my right when I'm doing this kind of stuff. So, stick in your needle in. What we want to do is we want to create a sewing effect of it so stick in your needle in on the one side and just sticking it into the exact same spot on the other, grabbing the material and pulling it through. So, we just pull it through and throwing it back over the top.
We’re now actually working on the inside, so just work down strategically. Don’t jump too fast by jumping like don’t like—in the bottom. Just be even and gentle with it and create lots of sewing effect because it will make a huge difference on the way that this looks. So, going in on the one side always, going in on the other side in the same spot and pulling it through. You can use your fingers too. This is called weaving and this is how you finish most projects of crochet. Anyway, I'm just grabbing it and pulling it through, okay. And now, what we want to do is just we’re coming down to the flat section and it gets easier when you get to the flat section because you can actually see the stitches on both sides. And again just throwing it over the top and just sticking it in.
Now, 15-inches is a little too long but you know what if you end up with something too short and you ran out of this material, you’ll be kicking yourself. I am struggling a bit with my new camera as you probably can tell and the angle of the projection of the screen. My other camera can literally view within a couple inches in my hands and you would see like now only my hands but you could see like that whole wide world. Well, this one here, I have to be further back and it’s kind of throwing me off a bit because I don’t realize that I'm out of the camera angle until I kind of look down. So, that’s something I am getting use to.
So now, working on the front section, again I just turned it and make sure you grab it. Actually that allows—in the front side and you grab it because he only grabbed it by one lousy string that has a potential of pulling apart eventually. And then I’ll it try it again, pulling in and grabbing more than just one string. So, throwing over and working it way down. We’re just working our way along the bottom. And the bottom you you’ll see the actual stitches again that a little loose string from the very start point. So, you’re thinking this looking pretty square at this point and wait until we turn this thing inside because right now, we’re working on the inside of the boot. You can see I'm pretty well work in my way down every stitch as we go along, as I'm sawing the shut. I think it makes a difference, if you’re too jumpy and you’re too quick with it. Then you maybe in trouble, so this is kind of like the hardest part of it just all along this part really. I do like Daniel’s idea. There are mixing the material and line number eight better though than the one behind but that’s just my own personal taste.
So, I'm getting to the heel and I'm probably I want to put an extra one around and turn, and give it a good tie shut. So, let’s tie this thing using the loop. And now, we probably want to tie it one more time. So now like what we got, so let’s turn this thing inside the other way and let’s test our work. I'm just going to folding it up a little bit. So, there is your baby booty. And then what I would probably do. This is a leftover fur. So, I would trim that. So, I'm just going to stick it down. And what I would do for the effect on the front is that I would put pretend shoelaces right in the front just for a final effect.