Winter Wonderland Baby Booties - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway


The first fall of snow is a magical celebration of the changing seasons. Delicately formed snowflakes dance across the sky, only to gently land on our eyelashes and rosy cheeks. As your little one leaves the warmth of the fireplace, and steps outside to enjoy their very first snowman building experience, fight off the blustery winter weather in style with a pair of Winter Wonderland Baby Booties.

Sturdy cuffs and frosty snowflakes add a touch of whimsical charm to these ankle booties, making them an adorable way to keep those tiny tootsies warm and toasty this icy winter!

Being as enchanted as I am by winter, I couldn't resist channelling it into a delightful new and fun design; Which I'm excited to announce is the most recent addition to my Ravelry Shop and Etsy Shop!


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+ 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 (3.5”)
6 - 12 month old – 10cm (4”)

+ MATERIALS
3.00mm (C/2) Crochet Hook
4.00mm (G/6) Crochet Hook
80 - 100yds 8ply Yarn (DK) - Debbie Bliss Rialto DK
Tapestry Needle


If you'd like the chance to win a copy of this pattern (I'm giving 10 copies away), 
just enter using the Rafflecopter widget below!

There are no country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
The giveaway closes Saturday May 13th at 12:00am AEST,
Good luck everyone!

24 comments:

  1. The long winter nights are great for sitting by the fire and crafting!

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  2. I love the cold weather, hot chocolate and the snow.

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  3. Sitting inside under a cozy blanket, watching the snow fall.

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  4. Winter is my favorite time of year! I love the snow and the brisk cold air. Thanks for the opportunity to win this adorable boot pattern

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  5. These are adorable and perfect for baby for winter. :)

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  6. I loved the snow, and playing in it. Unfortunately it doesn't snow where I live. :(

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  7. What I currently like about winter is that it's over! Hahah but I like all the cozy nights spent cuddling under a blanket

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  8. I love these booties. I love making your patterns. I save as many as I can and have bought a few.

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  9. Lovely booties. Would be great for my next Grandchild :D

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  10. I love the little snowflakes--so cute! My favorite part of winter is probably the snow which inevitably leads to hot chocolate. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. I love the these booties. We don't have winter in my country but I would like to touch the snow sometime.

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  12. I'm passionate about knitting wool. I think I'll make it for my baby.

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  13. I love winter...the cosyness at home...baking, knitting and crochet for my granddaughter...and the silence outsite when the first snow is falling.

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  14. These booties are so adorable. I would love to win this pattern. I have a new great-neice that would look great in these. Good luck everyone!

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  15. Beautiful booties! Love the color.

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  16. The only thing I like about winter is how beautiful snow on the ground looks

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  17. I have 2 pregnant friends right now. Looking forward to making these cute booties:-)

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  18. Love these booties. You chose a beautiful blue for them.

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  19. I like to go iceskating and skiing.

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  20. You're my number 1 go to for booties and baby items! I love all of your designs and this is no different. Thanks for sharing :)

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  21. The best thing I love in winter is spending some time by the fire reading, playing with the kids and crocheting! :)

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  23. I have a new preemie Grandson who is one month today and still in the NICU. I'd love to make a pair for him to grow into. Thanks for the opportunity!

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