Fresh as a Daisy

My first range of baby shoes

I can’t believe it! Just over a year ago I taught myself to crochet via Youtube and now I’m producing a range  of baby shoes. I’ve made such a lot now that I can work out which ones are most popular and by far it is this design:

Hand crochet cute baby shoes daisy red

Beautiful Mary-Jane style slippers in bright red

There is something so fresh about the jewel bright colour against the white of the pretty daisy. So I’ve called the range Fresh as a Daisy.

The shoes are all newborn to three months in fit, and feature a contrast colour sole and upper crocheted in jewel bright colour , adorned with a simple daisy and the shoe is fastened via a simple strap with a colourful button.

So far I’ve made pairs in Bright Red ( as above)

Packaged in their own pretty white shoe box.

Magenta ( this pair has it’s own matching hairband) ( set costs £12)

Magenta mary janes baby crochet shoes with daisy

One of my favourite colours: magenta with matching frilly hairband.

Classic girly pink :

pink pretty crochet shoes for girl baby

So pretty! Contrasting magenta sole.

and very funky and modern Hot Pink:

Fuchia hot pink baby slippers

So sweet and pretty!

More colours to come are Buttercup yellow,

Yellow baby shoes daisy

Like a walk in the park on a spring day.

Buttercup yellow Fresh as a Daisy.

peacock blue ,

Lavender ,

purple daisy crochet baby shoes

Navy soles and purple uppers with a smart blue pinstripe button. Purple perfection!

A colour to match any outfit , mood or occasion. Feeling purple?

Crocodile Green and Oompa Loompa Orange.

All pairs of shoes cost just £8 (+p&p) and all are packaged in their very own cute white shoebox. Available from my Facebook site Crochet Bright and Beautiful ( just leave a message next to the picture of the goods you want)

or soon to be listed in my folksy shop Crochet Bright and Beautiful



3 responses to “Fresh as a Daisy

  1. Hi Diane….
    What a great post! Sweet sweet shoes for little ones! And you only learned to crochet a year ago? I’m impressed.
    Learning to crochet is on my “bucket list” of things to do.
    Thanks for the pingback!

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