Little Baby Loafers

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YAY! I am so excited that I finally finished crocheting these cute little Loafers today for my little boy! Woot Woot!

I actually bought this pattern at Sylver.etsy.com over a year ago and I will tell you right now that I had a pretty hard time making them. I started crocheting them multiple times and just ended up being confused and frustrated by the pattern. It definitely stretched my crochet skills (and comprehension skills) to the max! But, after much perseverance I finally got them done, and even though there are a few mistakes, I am pretty pleased with how they turned out. Plus my boy looks absolutely dashing in them!

Yay, for finished crochet projects that took way too long to get done! =)

10 Comments

  1. These are too cute! :)
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  2. They are adorable- you did a great job!

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  3. Way cute!!!! I love the contrasting colors and the buttons and everything! They look fantastic!
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  4. They are so cute, I wish I could learn to crochet, but knitting keeps me busy enough so I guess I shouldn’t really ;-)
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  5. Congratulations on sticking with a challenging project and finishing it! They are so cute.
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  6. wow!! Those are so cute – you did an amazing job!!

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  7. Soooo adorable!

    p.s. Welcome to the SITS community!
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  8. SO so so cute! I am really tempted to make them for my boy … would have to buy the pattern first though …
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  9. i LOVE these how long did it take you to make these?

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    Anne Reply:

    They actually took me awhile to figure out how to read the pattern. I don’t know why it was hard for me to understand…but I did have a time with it. After I figured out what the pattern was telling me to do (he he) they probably took me about 4 or 5 hours. (guessing) If I was going to make them again, I would definitely use a high quality yarn (I only used lion brand sports yarn and after he wore them a few times they aren’t looking that great anymore…) :-)

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