Follow this step by step crochet tutorial to create simple and quick booties part 7/7.
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How to Crochet Simple Baby Booties Part 7/7
Okay so I’m going to show you how I did it and this is how you end up way I’m doing it is how you end up finishing a project anyway. What we’re going to do is we’re just going to stick our needle into the first stitch like you see, there. And what we’re going to do is, we’re going to stick the needle on the other side into the first stitch. So just pull it apart, you see right there, okay.
Grabbing the material— you can— so what we’re going to just do is we’re going to pull it through that hole and what it is, is that it’s just wrapping it around basically your now acting like a sewing machine. So you’re going to pull it out, okay so it’s not even in my, turn anymore. What we’re going to do is use your finger and go into the next stitch that you can see on both sides just like so, okay. Grab in your material and playing it through, okay. Pull over the, this are that use your needle to pull it but then use your fingers to pull it.
So what we’re going to do, pulling it tight going into the next string or the next stitch on both sides, grabbing it, pulling it through. Pulling it tight, going into the next stitch, grab in your material, pulling it through. Okay pushing it back over the top, going into the next stitch on both sides and grab in your material pulling it through, okay. I’m going into the, so we’re just rotating it in your hands just going into, make sure you don’t necessarily have to go into this stitches if you don’t feel like it just as long as you go into the same spot on both sides, okay. And I’m not worried about this straggler yet okay and so both on the same side.
Okay, we’re pulling it tight going into the same stitch on both sides so now you’re going to speed up to my regular speed. Okay so we’re into the very last stitch here so like so. And what I, so we’ve already pull it through so which going to do is use your fingers and hold that material, grab it on this side. What we’re going to do is we’re going to time out here and I’m going to do one more time because you don’t have to baby okay.
Be rough with this boots they have their mommy will be rough. So we’re going to tie them out, okay so got a knot what we’re going to do is we’ll cut it and this will be on the inside it’s boot and what we’re going to do is we’re going to cut this string here. We got to pull, make sure it’s been pulled nice and tight and I’ve cut it so baby’s toes don’t get caught on it. So this is inside out, so what we’re going to do is now we’re going to, okay.
And there is your little baby booty and what we’re going to do according to Bev and it looks really cool is that you little down on the top section. And again, I’m not using the mature that she is recommending so how act. Okay and there, is your little baby booty and see the difference and the difference of the two though like I can, like just looking at the difference but this is how you do it using.
So, you can see the stitches. You’re going to need to do but I’d really recommend the baby product material and this is like so much thicker and sturdier. But this is actually pretty cool.