Oakland Baby Booties - Giveaway + Crochet Pattern


If you follow me on Instagram you may have recently noticed a photo where I had just finished reading "The Light Between Oceans". Although the book opened up the waterworks many a time, I loved it so much that the cover of the book inspired the theme and colours of this darling pair of baby booties.
So many of you requested a pattern for these cuties, which is why I decided that I had to write it down and add the pattern for these whimsical Oakland Baby Booties to my Etsy and Craftsy shops!

One pair of tiny booties is just never enough (in my unbiased opinion), so be sure to check out my patterns for a set of darling Little Lady Baby Booties and quirky Urban Baby Booties.

You can find the pattern HERE!


Until the end of this month I'm hosting a BIG SALE in my Etsy Shop on all my crochet patterns! Click HERE for more info...

Size:

Pattern is made for 0 - 6 months old. Changes for size 6- 12 months are in [ ]. 
Finished Measurements (Sole Length)
 0 - 6 month old – 9cm 
6 - 12 month old – 10cm

Materials:
3.50mm (E) Crochet Hook
70 - 80yds 8ply Yarn (DK) - Drops Cotton Light
Tapestry Needle
2 Buttons (0.5")



If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the Rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win! 
(If you are reading this in your email, please click over to enter.)

There are no country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Saturday October 1st at 12:00am AEST.


28 comments:

  1. a Fall color I see in these gorgeous lil' baby booties - which today is 1st day of Fall in USA.

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  2. I like making blankets, need to broaden horizon, never tried bootie. Thanks for the chance!

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  3. I love making shawls, scarves, and my newest thing is making Christmas Stockings!

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  4. I love making shawls, scarves, and my newest thing is making Christmas Stockings!

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  5. I love making baby booties with matching hats!

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  6. Oh these booties are so darling!

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  7. I love to make the whole layette, blanket booties hat and jacket.

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  8. Adorable booties! Love the colors!

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  9. My favorite things to crochet for babies are blankets and booties. Okay I also love crocheting hats and dresses for little girls.

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  10. Of course, my favorite thing to make for babies, are the Booties !! With your excellent patterns all we need do is change the color to match a cutie outfit,or just whip up one of your other Booty pattern !!

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  11. Blankets and hats are my fav baby things to crochet

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  12. These would be great for my neighbor. She's due at the end of Jan with here 2nd. I'm already planning to make her a blanket. These cute booties would be a perfect addition.

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  13. favorite things to make for babies are hats, booties and blankets! love these!

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  14. I like making car blankets & small throws, especially with Bernat Baby Blanket!

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  15. I would love to win one of your patterns!

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  16. Beautiful pattern. I love crocheting booties, and hooded vests or jackets for babies.

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  17. These are pretty! :) :) I like making booties, and baby blankets, and hats, and toys, well anything really haha.

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  18. Love making hats for infants.

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  19. I love making booties. Such a quick gratification but I think a real favorite for babies is making little sweaters & socks.

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  20. My favorite thing is probably baby hats.

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  21. I enjoy crocheting hats and booties, and I have also branched out to crochet a couple of cocoons and diaper covers

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  22. I enjoy using your patterns. You design some very cute infant shoes/boots. I love the hats. I really like the shoes for this giveaway and even if I don't win, I still have the option to buy.

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  23. So cute! I love the little pop pf color in the soles. I think I always use too soft a yarn when I make booties because they look a little floppy, but yours seem so structured. The cotton yarn makes a difference!

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