These cute little crochet baby booties are just so fun and cozy to crochet and you can easily make a pair or 2 in an afternoon.
They also make a great accessory for a maternity gift or a christening gift.
The boots sit really well on little feet and are extremely soft and comfortable for small children to wear.
Make a one pair and you’ll want to make even more 🙂
- 50 g of Drops Merino Extra Fine
- 4 mm crochet hook
- Darning needle
- 9 HDC = 5 cm.
- ST – Stitch
- CH – Chains
- SL ST- Slip stitch
- SC- Single crochet
- HDC- Half double crochet
- DC- Double crochet
- DC DEC – Double crochet decrease (Double crochet 2 together)
- Size: 3-6 mos.
- Measurement’s: foot length: 10,5 cm.
- Skill level: Intermediate
- The pattern is written in US Crochet terms.
Round 1. 2 DC in the 2nd CH from the hook. HDC in next 7 CH. 6 HDC in the last CH. (You will now work on the opposite side of your Chains). HDC in next 7 CH. 2 HDC in the last CH, which is the same as your starting CH. (24 HDC) SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
Round 2. 2 HDC in first 2 ST. HDC in next 7 ST. 2 HDC in next 6 ST. HDC in next 7 ST. 2 HDC in the last 2 ST. (34 HDC) SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
Round 3. *2 HDC in first ST. HDC in next ST. * Repeat from *-* 1 more time. HDC in next 7 ST. *2 HDC in next ST. 1 HDC in next ST*. Repeat from *-* 6 times in total. HDC in next 7 ST. *2 HDC in next ST. 1 HDC in next ST. * Repeat from *-* 1 more time. (44 HDC). SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
The Main Part
Round 4. HDC in every ST around. (Work into the back loops only). (44 HDC). SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
Round 5. HDC in next 16 ST. *Make a DC DEC. DC in next ST.*Repeat from *-* 6 times in total. HDC in last 10 ST. (38 ST) SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
Round 6. HDC in next 15 ST. DC DEC 6 times. HDC in last 11 ST. (32 ST) SL ST in first ST. CH 1.
Round 7. HDC in next 14 ST. 1 DC in next ST. DC DEC 3 times. 1 DC in next ST. HDC in the last 10 ST. (29 ST) SL ST in first ST.
You will now make ribbed cuffs of the boot.
Chain 13 from the edge of the shoe.
Row 1. SC in 2nd CH from the hook and in next 11 ST. (12 SC). Attach the first row of your ribbing to the edge of the shoe by making a SL ST into the next 2 ST of the edge of the shoe. Turn your work.
Row 2. Skip the 2 SL ST. SC in the back loop only, of the next 12 ST. (12 SC) CH 1 and turn.
Row 3. SC in the next 12 ST. (12 SC). Attach the row of your ribbing to the shoe by making a SL ST into the next 2 ST. of the edge of the shoe. Turn your work.
Row 4-29. Repeat rows 2 and 3.
Fasten off and leave a small tail for sewing. Sew the edges of your ribbing together, using the mattress stitch. Weave in your ends thoroughly.
Watch the easy to follow video tutorial for this pattern below.
You are welcome to make and sell as many crochet Baby Booties made from this pattern as you like. But please link to Adorecrea.com, when you post pictures online of the items that you make from this pattern.
Thank you! And happy crocheting 🙂
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I really like your instructions, you are very clear in what you are doing. Also you are doing this in a slower manner so one can follow along with you easily. Thank you.
Thank you so much. I´m so glad to hear that you liked my instructions. 🙂
Dear Marie, good morning
I don’t speak very good English but i try to learn.
I’m so glad i found someone that she explains everything very wel. I like your instructions, how you explains things very clearly in what you are doing. you are doing this in a slower way, i can follow you easily. Thank you so mach.
please i would like to learn other chilly kind and model of baby Shoes and Baby Booties or Sandals. thank you in advance.
Thank you for your sweet comment. It makes me really happy to hear that you like my patterns and instructions. I always try to make my patterns as easy to understand and detailed as possible. There will be many more crochet patterns for baby clothes, shoes and blankets in the future 🙂
[…] Create cute and comfortable footwear for your baby with this free crochet baby booties pattern! These booties are perfect for making as an accessory for a maternity gift or christening present. You need 50 g of drops merino extra fine yarn, a 4 mm crochet hook, scissors and a darning needle to complete the project. Follow this step-by-step instruction with a video guide to ensure you get the best result! Make it even more special by creating personalized gifts – these soft and unique little booties will be treasured forever. adorecrea […]
Marie, is there anyway you could send me the blue baby crochet pattern that was shown you making it on utube. I do not have a printer
I am sorry, but unfortunately I do not send my patterns as a physical product, as it would be far too costly.