Hello Chelsea Im new to crocheting and have completed only a few projects. The last stitch of each round should be made in the same stitch as your starting chain Ch 10, 2 sc in 2 nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 chs, hdc in next ch, 2 hdc in next ch, 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 hdc in last ch.
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Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in the next 4 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 2 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 4 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog. Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc2tog, fasten off, weave in loose ends.
The laces are actually made from one long chain. If you want extra length on each side in order to be able to tie the laces, chain If you only want it long enough to tuck into the shoe, chain Make sure to leave a tail after fastening off for sewing into the shoe. Ch 10, sc in 2 nd ch from hook and in the next 5 chs, hdc in next ch, 2 hdc in next ch, 5 hdc in last ch, fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing onto bootie.
Use a tapestry needle to bring one end of your chain inside the sneaker. It should go through the edge of one side of the sneaker at about the third row up. Both ends should now be inside the sneaker on opposite sides. See the picture below. Use a tapestry needle to take one end of the chain up through the fourth row on the same side of the sneaker. Then bring that same end across the front of the sneaker and into the other side at about the fourth row up on that side.
Now, both ends of the chain should be inside the sneaker on the same side and you should have two lines of laces going across the outside of the sneaker. Drop the end you were using in Step 2 and thread your tapestry needle with the other end. Draw that end up through the fifth row on the same side of the sneaker. Bring that end across the front of the sneaker it should be the top lace and into the other side at the fifth row on that side. You may need to adjust the laces so you have an even length of tail left on each side.
If you are leaving the ends of the laces tucked into the shoe, you may want to make a larger knot at each end to keep them from slipping out of the shoe. You can sew the sides of the toe to each side of the sneaker if you choose to do so. This will help to keep any baby toes from wiggling out in between the side of the sneaker and the toe piece. Please do not sell my patterns or claim them as your own.
Feel free to post comments here or on my Facebook page! Thank you for visiting! In the last chain, there should be 2 hdc, 2 dc, 2 hdc. I think you were reading those as being done in separate chains, but they should be done in the last chain. I might need to change my instructions so that reads clearer. Let me know if that helps! I had the proper amount of stitches once the sole was done.
Once I finished the toe, I had more than the 25 stitches you indicate for the body of the shoe. Is there an adjustment that needs to be made? After you complete the sole, you should have a total of 40 stitches around. The toe should have total of 16 stitches. Therefore, there are 24 40 — 16 stitches remaining. When starting the body, you should actually attach your yarn to the same stitch of the sole on which you attached your last stitch of the toe, and similarly, your last slip stitch of the first row of the body should be in the same stitch as you used for your first stitch of the toe.
Therefore, the first row of your body should have 26 stitches because you had the 24 remaining after the toe, plus the 2 stitches shared with the toe. Let me know if this makes sense. And congratulations on expecting your grandson!! Hi, I am new at crochet and never done soles before and I know the other foot needs to be opposite but how do I do it.
The first side came out fine but now to do the other??? Unfortunately at this time I do not offer video instructions, but I hope to incorporate them sometime in the future. Hello Chelsea Im new to crocheting and have completed only a few projects.
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