How to crochet My easy new born baby converse style slippers p2

Channel: Karen Bestwick

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How to crochet my easy new born baby converse style slippers is a set of videos for you to crochet along with and collect the free pattern from the description box, just click show more to find it, then copy and paste it. Or you can buy my set of patterns from my Etsy shop named cottagecake. I really appreciate my monetary funds because that means I can write more patterns and make more videos.
Items made from my patterns can be sold to raise funds for your favourite charity or sold to earn some pocket money.

Mark 14 stitches in the base for the toe area.
Pattern 2 (new born)
sides
R1. Cast on with a sc (don’t pull tight)
Sc in the next 27 (total 28 sc)
You can remove your markers now
R2. Ch3, skip 1
Sc in the next 25
Skip 1, sl st into the next (this is the casting on sc)
(2 lace/button holes made)

R3. Ch1, turn, skip 1 ch
Sl st into the next 2 chs
Sc in the next 23
Ch1, skip 1, sl st into the next
(3 lace/button holes made)

R4. Ch1, turn, skip 1 ch
Sl st in the next 2 chs
Sc in the next 21
Ch3, skip 1, slst into the next
(4 lace/button holes made)

R5. Ch1, turn, skip 1 ch
Sl st in the next 2 chs
Sc in the next 19
Ch3, skip 1, slst into the next
(5 lace/button holes made)

R6. Ch1, turn, skip 1 ch
Sl st in the next 2 chs
Sc in the next 17
Ch3, skip 1, slst into the next
(6 lace/button holes made)

R7. Ch1, turn, skip 1 ch
Sl st into the next 2 chs
Sl st in the next 17
Sl st into the next sl st to join
Fasten off and sew in all lose ends, taking care not to pull the stitching too tight next to the lace/button hole.