Scoot Boots

A Tale of General Craftiness - BonBonanza Scoot Boots by Bonnie Ireneby Bonnie Irene Model: ‘Eve’ Photos: Bonnie Irene Difficulty: Intermediate We can’t help it. No matter how silly or impractical it is, we just want to make things to put on babies’ feet. I made these cute little boots in a futile maternal attempt to to keep my daughter’s toes warmer as she starts scooting around the apartment. Try a pair! You’ll like them. After all, they’re little, fast, and adorable – just like her. Size: One Size – 3.5″ toe to heel (3-9 mos) Materials:

  • Red Heart Super Saver [100% Acrylic; 364yd/333m per 7oz/198g skein]; far less than 1 skein
  • H/8 (5.00mm size) hook

Gauge: 8 sts/10 rows = 2″/5cm in sc Special Stitches Puff st – Yo for a total of 7 loops on the hook; pull last loop through other 6. Scoot Boots by Bonnie Irene Directions: Rnd 1: Begin with a magic loop. Place 6 sc in loop, pull tight, ch 10. Rnd 2: Sk 1 ch, sc in each ch, sc, and ch (the other side) around. Rnds 3-8: Sc in each sc around. Rnds 9-11: Sc until you reach the end with the magic loop; sc dec 3, sc to end of rnd. Row 12: Sc around to the outer ankle (the middle of either side – be sure to choose a different side for each boot), ch 1, turn. Sc in each st around, place another sc in the same space, then ch 1 and turn. Rows 13-18: Sc in each st around. Ch 1, turn. Finishing: Sc down the front side of the split. [Puff st, ch 1] up the side and around the top. Finish off. Weave in ends. If desired, tie closed with a ribbon. About the Designer Bonnie IreneBonnie Irene is a new mom stretching her finances through crafting. She likes to crochet, bake, draw, sew, sculpt and weave as well as other things: check out her projects at her blog! Pattern & images © Bonnie Irene. All rights reserved.

2 responses

  1. I am not understanding what this means:

    Sk 1 ch, sc in each ch, sc, and ch (the other side) around.

    I get the sk 1 ch, sc in each ch but the rest is not clicking for me. can you provide some pictures or break it down a little more?

    Thank you for the help.

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