We were so excited to find these incredibly adorable Crochet Kimono Baby Shoes on Matilda’s Meadow Etsy Shop and don’t you love the color combination.
The Pattern Creator suggests it’s the perfect project for your yarn scraps and look at the effects you can achieve.
This is a fun pattern and you are going to love the results. They are the perfect gift for a newborn and unique too.
The pattern is Intermediate Level. You need to be familiar with basic crochet stitches, as well as increases and decreases. You also need to be familiar with crochet pattern terms.
Instructions given for 3 sizes:-
- 0-6 months
- 6-12 months
- 12-18 months
Made with Worsted Wool and a 3.5mm hook (US G/6).
* The pattern is written in English, with AMERICAN Crochet Terms used throughout.
The pattern involves some slip stitch embroidery, which gives added interest to the design and also firms up the shoes. It’s a simple, fun technique that’s easy to master. In fact, it’s totally addictive – once you master it you won’t want to stop!
There’s a reason that everyone is going mad for these stunning Crochet Kimono Baby Booties and you can find lots of cute examples that have been made by reviewers on the Etsy Site.
These Crochet Baby High Top Kimono Booties are another adorable pattern that has been hugely popular for the Creator Sylver. They have a buttoned cross over and we love the edging.
Another best seller is this beautiful Kimono Baby Shoe from Etsy Store Kezl. The fold over, button closure is a unisex design.
On Holland Designs, this super cute version of the Crochet Baby Kimono Shoes features Flower stem button loop and is rated easy to intermediate. The Pattern includes sizes:
- newborn = 3” or 8 cm
- 0-6 months = 3.5” or 9 cm
- 6-12 months = 4” or 10 cm
- 12-18 months – 4.5” or 11 cm
These Baby kimono shoes are Crocheted using fingering baby yarn and a size d (3.25mm) hook.
If you are looking for something of a more simple nature this very easy T Crossover Bootie will fit the bill.
Sarah Lee is the creator behind these super cute kimono shoes. They look totally delicious! She used a basic baby shoe sole and added some adorable flowers.
While You’re here, these Crochet Baby Espadrilles have been hugely popular for Matilda’s Meadow, the creator of the Baby Kimono Shoes at the top of our page. We thought you might like to check these out too.
Want more? Check out the Crochet Galilee Booties above. They’ve been super popular and you won’t want to miss them.