Crochet Mary Jane Baby Booties Pattern

Crochet Mary Jane Baby Booties Pattern

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Mary Jane Crochet Baby Booties

Mary Jane Crochet Baby Booties

Mary Jane Baby Booties

Crochet your own little Mary Jane baby booties using this free pattern by Yarnspirations.

These booties a super adorable and definitely will be a hit at the baby shower. They come in two different sizes which include 3 – 6 months and 6 – 12 months.

Like any pattern that has multiple sizes within the same instructional lines, I would strongly suggest highlighting the instructions in advance so you don’t accidentally start following the wrong directions. I’ve been known to do that, more times than I care to admit.

The Mary Janes make for a great gift as well as a charity opportunity to give to others.

If you would like to play with this free pattern, it’s called the Mary Jane Baby Booties.

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2 thoughts on “Crochet Mary Jane Baby Booties Pattern”

  1. Marybeth says:

    This pattern is very difficult to follow since there’s no count for rows 3-5. There’s increases added each row in intervals but after stitching them up 4 times Im giving up. If I knew how to write patterns I wouldn’t need yours! Please add ( write out) the directions and the counts for each row.

    1. I know you are sounding frustrated with me. 🙁

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