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Crochet Pattern - Galilee Booties by Mamachee Size Newborn to 24 months Pattern Review

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A few days ago, I made a new set of baby booties for my Etsy shop, FlorabellaBoutique.  

Hace unos dias atras, teji un par de zapatitos de bebe que agregue a mi tienda llamada Florabella Boutique

This design is called Galilee Booties (find it at Craftsy or Etsy) by Mamachee Patterns. It is a very well written pattern that comes in sizes for babies newborn to 24 months and adults.  It also includes a color guide to help with color switches and how to make a new design with different colors.    

Galilee Booties by Mamachee Pattern Review

Mamachee has done an amazing job, yet again, writing this pattern. It is very well-written and very easy to follow! I was able to make this set without frogging it.  I am really appreciated the color guide she included in the pattern where it says when to switch colors, how many colors to use.  I have purchased several of Mamachee's patterns before and this one did not disappoint. 

Galilee Hat Pattern by Mamachee 

There is also a coordinating hat pattern to go along with the Galilee Booties. You can find the Galilee Hat here

Este diseño se llama Galilee Booties por Mamachee Patterns.  Este patrón está muy bien escrito y con muy buenos detalles. Tanto así, que uno puede completar el set al primer intento. Las instrucciones están escritas para tamaño de recién nacido hasta bebé de 24 meses.  Lo que más me gusta aparte de los detalles es que también incluye sugerencias para los cambios de colores.  

Here are some pictures to show you how this design looks:  
A continuación hay fotos para mostrarte como se ve este diseño: 

Materials Needed to Make Crochet Galilee Booties by Mamachee

Hook - Crochet: Size G (Clover, my favorite!)
Yarn - Lana: Vanna'sChoice in Blue and White
                       How I love this Yarn in grey. 

 To see my favorite Crochet Materials, go here. 

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Happy Crocheting!
~ Fabi 

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