How do you increase the size of a crocheted baby bootie pattern?
By cheryl irwin from Nutley
Increase the size of the crocheted sole by 3 or more stitches & the rest will follow.
* Usually a baby bootie will start with a chain then you go in the chain & around the chain then into the other side of the chain until the sole is the correct size. You'd just increase the length of the chain if this is how the pattern starts. If not, there are so many free bootie patterns on the internet!
Sometimes it is easier to use a larger crochet hook if you only want to increase a small amount.
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