Sunday, May 12, 2013

Crocheted Children's Anklet Pattern


 


I have a new pattern to share with you, this time about adorning little feet!
I made these for my niece for Easter who really liked them and she was excited to model them for me. After the success of my adult anklet pattern and several inquiries for children's anklets, the pattern is ready and can be found here and here.


The ready to buy anklets can be found here
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The pattern is beginner friendly and the anklet a superbly easy to make. For the anklets in the picture I used a fine cotton thread (less than 0.7 oz / 20 grams) and a 1.7 mm  (B1-E4) hook.
Used terms in US terminology: chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet.

Time of make: 15-20 minutes. Left over yarn is perfect for this kind of project.





5 comments:

gwengoods said...

cute!

Ira Huberts said...

Oh my word! Who needs shoes when you can wear these!! These are truly wonderful Maya and the girly colours, too, love the two different shades of pink, sooooo summery!!
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ILduska said...

Da sam malo mlađa, zamolila bi te da mi ih napraviš da se šepurim po plaži. Mnogo, mnogo slatko...

Navy Wifey Peters @ USS Crafty said...

Cute! Lovely crochet flowers! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!

Supriti Chauhan said...

Truly amazing Maya! Love the idea! I am all set to make it for my daughter and her best friend. Thanks for the idea! Love your blog!