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Crochet Baby High Top Written Instructions http://crochet-mania.blogspot.com/2009/05/baby-high-top-booties.html Teaching the World to Crochet, One Stitch at a Time More from Crochet Geek on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/tjw1963 http://www.youtube.com/user/crochet Blogger - http://www.crochet-mania.blogspot.com/ Subscribe - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tjw1963 Baby High Top Booties Video Tutorial: Crochet Baby High Top Booties Written Instructions for a Toddler Child size high top bootie: Baby High Top Booties - Toddler/Child Size Written by Teresa Richardson Skill Level - Intermediate Size Estimate Hook F/3.75mm - Size 3.5"/8.9cm Sole Hook G/4.25mm - Size 4"/10.2cm Sole Abbreviations FHDC - Foundation Half Double Crochet SL ST - Slip Stitch HDC - Half Double Crochet EA - Each CH- Chain MC - Magic Circle HDC DEC - Half Double Crochet Decrease ( ) - Parenthesis - The parenthesis are used to include how many stitches are made on each round or other information of relevance. Half Double Crochet Decrease - The HDC DEC is worked over 2 stitches to join and reduce it down to 1 stitch. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook in the first stitch, pull the yarn through the stitch. Leave all 3 loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over the hook, insert the hook in the next stitch, Wrap the yarn over the hook and pull the yarn through. There are 5 loops on the hook. Wrap the yarn over the hook and pull the yarn through all 5 loops to complete the half double crochet decrease. SOLE Round 1 - Side 1: 10 Foundation Half Double Crochet, Work 4 HDC in the same space as the last stitch. Round 1 - Side 2: Work 1 HDC in ea of the next 8 HDC, Work 4 HDC in the last HDC, join with beginning HDC. (26 Half Double Crochet Total) Round 2: Ch 1, pull up, this chain will not count as a stitch, only a step up to make the rest of the stitches. 2 HDC in the same ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 8 St's. (Increase Section) (This next section has increase stitches to form the rounded shaping of the booty) 2 HDC in the next ST, 1 HDC in the next St, 2 HDC in the next ST, 1 HDC in the next ST, 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 8 St's, (Increase Section) 2 HDC in the next ST, 1 HDC in the next ST, 2 HDC in the next ST, 1 HDC in the next St, join. (32 Half Double Crochet Total) Round 3: Ch 1, pull up, this chain will not count as a stitch, only a step up to make the rest of the stitches. 2 HDC in the same ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 8 St's. (Increase Section) 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 2 St's, 2 HDC in the next ST. 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 2 St's. 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 8 St's. (Increase Section) 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 2 St's, 2 HDC in the next ST. 2 HDC in the next ST. 1 HDC in ea of the next 2 St's. Join with the beginning HDC. Do not cut the yarn, you will be able to join it on round 5. (40Half Double Crochet Total) Round 4: Contrasting color of your choice. Attach the new color with a SL ST. CH 1, Work 1 SC in ea ST around, join. Cut the yarn. (40 Single Crochet Total) Round 5: Pull the loop from Round 3 up through the top of the closest single crochet on Round 4. Ch 1, pull up, this chain will not count as a stitch, only a step up to make the rest of the stitches. Work 1 HDC in ea ST around, join. Cut the yarn and sew in the tail. Toe Top I am providing two was to make the toe top. Technique 1 - Magic circle, Work 8 HDC in the loop, pull shut, CH 1, turn, Work 2 HDC in EA ST around for a total of 16 HDC. Knot to magic circle so it will not com apart. Technique 2 - CH 3, join. Work 8 HDC in the loop, pull shut, CH 1, turn, Work 2 HDC in EA ST around for a total of 16 HDC. Cut off a long length of tail for either technique. It will be used to sew the toe top to the sole of the bootie.
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