jimmy choo ballet flats – This pattern will be available for instant download as soon as you pay. Please do not leave a message to the seller during checkout as it is not visible for instant downloads. You can send a message here on Etsy if you have any questions.This is a simple pattern with no frills attached. No other design underlines the principle 'style is minimalistic' more than this one. A great color and a simple flower just adds the right amount of pizzaz.This is worked with worsted weight yarn and Hooks H(5mm) and F(3.75mm). I used Loops and Threads impecabble worsted and Red heart worsted for my samples. Pattern includes instructions for four sizes- 0-3, 3-6, 6-9 and 9-12 months. You need to know only the basic crochet stitches to whip this one up. Pattern is written in a detailed manner with pictures for every step. See my entire collection of baby booties : http://www.etsy.com/shop/CrochetBabyBoutique?section_id=7566917Mail me to the email id in my profile if you have any questions. Please do not resell the pattern itself or pass it on to others. You can make it for yourself or as a gift. If you sell items made from my pattern please do give my shop credit. All my designs are protected by copyright.
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