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Tea Tree Booties - crochet patterns

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• This pattern package gives crochet instructions for Tea Tree booties in 4 sizes.
• Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms. Patterns are emailed in pdf form.
• Includes a variety of edge and colour options including paper bark booties
• Includes bonus tea tree square

(a) Newborn baby, foot length = 10cm/ 4inch: 4ply baby yarn, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook

(b) Baby 3 – 12 months, foot length = 12cm/4½ inches: 4ply yarn, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook use [larger stitch count]

(c) Toddler 12 – 18 months, foot length = 13cm/5inches long: 8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 4mm/ G6 hook

(d) Toddler 18months – 2years, foot length = 15cm/5 ½ inches: use [larger stitch count] 8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 4mm/ G6 hook

This design is inspired by the tea tree (Leptospermum) growing in my front yard. The one I have is a lemon scented tea tree, and the crushed leaves smell like lemons. It is an Australian native plant which blossoms with tiny white or pink flowers, with a dark centre.
The flowers smell heavenly and the birds and the bees love them. Full of nectar they are the basis for Leptospermum honey. Tea tree oil, by the way doesn’t come from the tea tree but the Melaleuca, which is actually a paper bark. Not sure how the oil became mis- named, but the native leptospermum is one of my favourite shrubs.

All designs are fair dinkum original and are protected by copyright. Please do not reproduce my patterns or images by any means. While I am happy for you to make these for personal use, gifts and limited charity fundraising, you can not resell the pattern or sell items made from the pattern. (c)crochetroo 2009
• This pattern package gives crochet instructions for Tea Tree booties in 4 sizes.
• Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms. Patterns are emailed in pdf form.
• Includes a variety of edge and colour options including paper bark booties
• Includes bonus tea tree square

(a) Newborn baby, foot length = 10cm/ 4inch: 4ply baby yarn, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook

(b) Baby 3 – 12 months, foot length = 12cm/4½ inches: 4ply yarn, 3.5 mm/ E4 hook use [larger stitch count]

(c) Toddler 12 – 18 months, foot length = 13cm/5inches long: 8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 4mm/ G6 hook

(d) Toddler 18months – 2years, foot length = 15cm/5 ½ inches: use [larger stitch count] 8ply, double knit or worsted weight yarn, 4mm/ G6 hook

This design is inspired by the tea tree (Leptospermum) growing in my front yard. The one I have is a lemon scented tea tree, and the crushed leaves smell like lemons. It is an Australian native plant which blossoms with tiny white or pink flowers, with a dark centre.
The flowers smell heavenly and the birds and the bees love them. Full of nectar they are the basis for Leptospermum honey. Tea tree oil, by the way doesn’t come from the tea tree but the Melaleuca, which is actually a paper bark. Not sure how the oil became mis- named, but the native leptospermum is one of my favourite shrubs.

All designs are fair dinkum original and are protected by copyright. Please do not reproduce my patterns or images by any means. While I am happy for you to make these for personal use, gifts and limited charity fundraising, you can not resell the pattern or sell items made from the pattern. (c)crochetroo 2009

Reviews

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Reviewed by Rachel Reed
5 out of 5 stars
May 12, 2018
The pattern is well presented. I haven't made it yet :)
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Reviewed by lizj45
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 30, 2018
Lovely patterns. Easy to read. Thank you
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Reviewed by Karen Brown
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 18, 2018
Lovely pattern. It is well written and easy to follow. So nice to find an Easter Bilby pattern :)
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Patterns: Remember that all my patterns are in Australian terms first, and US terms second. If things start looking a bit odd you might be following the wrong instructions!

Returns: As items are of a personal nature I do not give exchanges or returns. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about my items.

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Custom Orders: I do take these depending of season. Everything I make is made by my hands, I have no elves helping me out. This means you get an original designer made item. I do require a deposit and will discuss this with you at the time of order.


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