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Little Man Work Boots Crochet Pattern by Yarntivity *PATTERN ONLY*

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Little Man Work Boots
by Yarntivity, Casey Pilley
Kids love to emulate their loved ones around them. I remember wearing my mother’s heels and scarves thinking “Now FINALLY I’m an adult!” Why not start them off early :) We are their best tools to learn about the world and that feeling of equality was nothing short of awesome. I will never forget the high heel days of my childhood (lol) now you can begin those memories right when they are born and create some very awesome photo moments. I am so glad you are letting me be a part of that with you! These are pretty straight forward. There is only one “tricky” spot but once you look at it, you will totally get it and be done before you know it! Did I mention these aren’t just for the boys :) I have actually made a pair using girly colors and my goodness they are too cute for words! You can see a picture of them at the bottom of this pattern and also posted on Ravelry :) Now let’s get started with our very own Yarntivity :)

STITCHES / ABBREVIATIONS USED:
Ch – Chain-yo, pull thru loop
Sl st – Slip Stitch-insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru all loops on hook
Sc – Single Crochet-insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru 2 loops, yo pull thru 2 loops
BlSc – Back Loop Single Crochet-Insert your hook into the back loop (instead of under both loops like normal) of the stitch-Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you-yo, pull thru loop, yo, pull thru 2 loops on hook.
Sc2tog – Single Crochet Two Together (reducing) – Insert hook into st, yo, pull thru two loops (2 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops on hook
Sc3tog - Single Crochet Three Together (reducing) - Insert hook into st, yo, pull thru two loops (2 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (4 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops on hook
Hdc – Half-double Crochet-yo, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 3 loops on hook
Hdc2tog – Half-double Crochet Two Together (reducing)-yo, insert hook into next st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (5 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops
Dc - Double Crochet - Yo, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops
Dc2tog - Double Crochet Two Together - Insert hook into next st, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, insert hook into NEXT stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru all loops on hook
BlTrc - Back Loop Treble/Triple Crochet - Yo twice, Insert your hook into the back loop (instead of under both loops like normal) of the stitch-Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you-yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo pull thru last 2 loops
Yo – Yarn Over
FO – Fasten off/Cut yarn

You can adjust your sizing either with your hook or reducing/increasing stitches. There are four main sizes simply by changing your hook. Using an F Hook approx 4.75”/G Hook approx 5”/H Hook approx 6”/I Hook approx wider 6”. There are closer pictures at the end of this pattern for each size. Once you get the sole done, you can see if you need to upsize your hook for a larger size. Each sole on the right has the same number of ending sts (55)

As with most booties, we will work from the bottom up. I have labeled each section to give you a better idea of exactly what we are working on :) During the pattern, I do say to FO (fasten off). Trust me, fasten off :) I’m not a fan of fastening off during a project and will carry the yarn if I can as long as I can. For a neater looking bootie, you will want to fasten off.

***PLEASE BE SURE TO USE PUFF PAINT OR SOME THING ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOOTIES IF THE CHILD IS MOBILE IN ANY WAY!!***

As always, if you have any questions, please contact me at any of the following:
Email yarntivity [!at] gmail.com
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/yarntivity
Ravelry http://ravelry.com/people/Yarntivit y
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/yarntivity

Thank you for your interest in my pattern! I know it will turn out beautiful. Don’t forget to post pictures of your work on Ravelry! I LOVE to see the finished product and see everyone’s Yarntivity shine!!

-Casey Pilley
Looking to purchase the actual item instead of the pattern?? Go here >> https://www.etsy.com/listing/209195489/yarntivity-original-design-crochet-baby?ref=listings_manager_grid

Little Man Work Boots
by Yarntivity, Casey Pilley
Kids love to emulate their loved ones around them. I remember wearing my mother’s heels and scarves thinking “Now FINALLY I’m an adult!” Why not start them off early :) We are their best tools to learn about the world and that feeling of equality was nothing short of awesome. I will never forget the high heel days of my childhood (lol) now you can begin those memories right when they are born and create some very awesome photo moments. I am so glad you are letting me be a part of that with you! These are pretty straight forward. There is only one “tricky” spot but once you look at it, you will totally get it and be done before you know it! Did I mention these aren’t just for the boys :) I have actually made a pair using girly colors and my goodness they are too cute for words! You can see a picture of them at the bottom of this pattern and also posted on Ravelry :) Now let’s get started with our very own Yarntivity :)

STITCHES / ABBREVIATIONS USED:
Ch – Chain-yo, pull thru loop
Sl st – Slip Stitch-insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru all loops on hook
Sc – Single Crochet-insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru 2 loops, yo pull thru 2 loops
BlSc – Back Loop Single Crochet-Insert your hook into the back loop (instead of under both loops like normal) of the stitch-Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you-yo, pull thru loop, yo, pull thru 2 loops on hook.
Sc2tog – Single Crochet Two Together (reducing) – Insert hook into st, yo, pull thru two loops (2 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops on hook
Sc3tog - Single Crochet Three Together (reducing) - Insert hook into st, yo, pull thru two loops (2 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (4 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops on hook
Hdc – Half-double Crochet-yo, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 3 loops on hook
Hdc2tog – Half-double Crochet Two Together (reducing)-yo, insert hook into next st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (5 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops
Dc - Double Crochet - Yo, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops
Dc2tog - Double Crochet Two Together - Insert hook into next st, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, insert hook into NEXT stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru all loops on hook
BlTrc - Back Loop Treble/Triple Crochet - Yo twice, Insert your hook into the back loop (instead of under both loops like normal) of the stitch-Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you-yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo pull thru last 2 loops
Yo – Yarn Over
FO – Fasten off/Cut yarn

You can adjust your sizing either with your hook or reducing/increasing stitches. There are four main sizes simply by changing your hook. Using an F Hook approx 4.75”/G Hook approx 5”/H Hook approx 6”/I Hook approx wider 6”. There are closer pictures at the end of this pattern for each size. Once you get the sole done, you can see if you need to upsize your hook for a larger size. Each sole on the right has the same number of ending sts (55)

As with most booties, we will work from the bottom up. I have labeled each section to give you a better idea of exactly what we are working on :) During the pattern, I do say to FO (fasten off). Trust me, fasten off :) I’m not a fan of fastening off during a project and will carry the yarn if I can as long as I can. For a neater looking bootie, you will want to fasten off.

***PLEASE BE SURE TO USE PUFF PAINT OR SOME THING ON THE BOTTOM OF THE BOOTIES IF THE CHILD IS MOBILE IN ANY WAY!!***

As always, if you have any questions, please contact me at any of the following:
Email yarntivity [!at] gmail.com
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/yarntivity
Ravelry http://ravelry.com/people/Yarntivit y
Pinterest http://pinterest.com/yarntivity

Thank you for your interest in my pattern! I know it will turn out beautiful. Don’t forget to post pictures of your work on Ravelry! I LOVE to see the finished product and see everyone’s Yarntivity shine!!

-Casey Pilley

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Customer service and satisfaction are #1 to me. I don't want you to buy just this one item from Yarntivity, I want you to come back :) So if anything happens, please contact me immediately. I am always open to suggestion as to how to properly resolve any situation. I am not Wal-Mart, I am a married mommy that loves to crochet and spread the joy :) Please keep that in mind :) The details:

I complete my orders in the order they were paid. If I have a huge load of orders, I will most certainly contact you with your ETA. If you decide it is too long, I will refund your money right then and there. Once your project has began, if you cancel your order I will refund up to half of your payment due to the fact I have already purchased the supplies and started. I treat my online orders the same as my face to face orders. Over half of my prices are supplies. Again, nobody gets rich off of crochet :)

If you have an item that has a cosmetic issue not caused by spilling on it or improperly washing, etc. I most certainly will look at it to see if I can fix it for you. Once an item ships, I cannot refund for obvious reasons. If your item is not delivered due to error of USPS or whoever I shipped with, I will work with them to trace it and see if it can be recovered. If not, I have no choice than to either remake your item or refund your money. That will be your choice.

We are all human and adults here :) We can always work something out. Knock on wood...nothing crazy has yet to happen, so I'm sure all is good :)
Customer service and satisfaction are #1 to me. I don't want you to buy just this one item from Yarntivity, I want you to come back :) So if anything happens, please contact me immediately. I am always open to suggestion as to how to properly resolve any situation. I am not Wal-Mart, I am a married mommy that loves to crochet and spread the joy :) Please keep that in mind :) The details:

I complete my orders in the order they were paid. If I have a huge load of orders, I will most certainly contact you with your ETA. If you decide it is too long, I will refund your money right then and there. Once your project has began, if you cancel your order I will refund up to half of your payment due to the fact I have already purchased the supplies and started. I treat my online orders the same as my face to face orders. Over half of my prices are supplies. Again, nobody gets rich off of crochet :)

If you have an item that has a cosmetic issue not caused by spilling on it or improperly washing, etc. I most certainly will look at it to see if I can fix it for you. Once an item ships, I cannot refund for obvious reasons. If your item is not delivered due to error of USPS or whoever I shipped with, I will work with them to trace it and see if it can be recovered. If not, I have no choice than to either remake your item or refund your money. That will be your choice.

We are all human and adults here :) We can always work something out. Knock on wood...nothing crazy has yet to happen, so I'm sure all is good :)

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I'm not one of those companies with a policy for everything or rules everywhere or you can't do that there, blah blah blah. I am a married mommy. Simple as that. My husband is disabled due to Multiple Sclerosis (MS diagnosed in 2005) so I am the only income in our family. No, it isn't only crochet (though I wish it could be!!). I also do computer programming and data management full-time. I come home, crochet until bedtime and do it all over again the next day :) I also have Crohn's (nasty stomach yuckiness) Disease so I deal with that as well (fun stuff at our house huh lol). But I typically do crochet every night :) Anytime I have pending orders, I bust them out as quickly and neatly as possible. You are my priority. Always remember that :) I'm an open book, I lay everything out there for you to know. If I am backlogged, you will know it. If I have a hard time finding some specialty yarn or color, you will know it. I always take you through the entire process making sure you are 100% aware of everything. I even send you pictures of your item lol. I can't help it :) I just love it!

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