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20 Best Free Crochet Baby Booties Pattern Ideas 2021

Crochet baby shoes are not only adorable, they are also very practical and keep your baby’s feet warm and secure. If you want to knit and improve your skills, here are more than 30 different ideas that can definitely save you money on pre-made baby shoes.

A big advantage of baby is that you do not have to worry about the color combination of your outfits: babies look good no matter what they wear! Here’s an absolutely adorable idea of how to make green zebra boots for the little ones. Time effective and very colorful!

BERNAT CROCHET BOOTIES

Create these delicate Mary Jane ankle boots for every little princess. They include a nice rib effect that will accentuate the style in any color you choose. Complete these in sizes 2-6 or 6-12 months and you’re good to go. In addition, Bernat baby yarn is certified according to OEKO-TEX Standard 100, so you know that it is always safe to enjoy.

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

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PATONS GRANNY MOTIF CROCHET BOOTIES

Baby looks great in these little treasures to keep teeth warm. Patons Beehive Baby Sport is a soft, lightweight baby yarn ideal for creating unforgettable memories like this pair of ankle boots. With such fine sewing art, choose your color and complete a pair that will be cherished forever.

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

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HAPPY GIRL BOOTIES

Here is a pair of ankle boots that stand on a baby’s feet that fit and kick perfectly. Crochet them in different colors to match all of the clothes in their closet.

SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

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T-STRAP BOOTIES

These cute ankle boots are perfect for the princess doll. Crochet with a T-strap and a cute button, the ensemble will be complete.

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

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RED HEART DRESS-UP BOOTIES

MATERIAL NOTES
Don’t forget to put the finishing touches on your project! Check out the list of ingredients you will need that are not included in your kit.

The kit does not include:

Sew the needle and thread
Set of 2 press studs for each pair of ankle boots

SKILL LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

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WARM BABY BOOTS

Crochet baby shoes are a popular quick project, and this cute review is no exception! Keep your little toes warm while you sew in Red Heart With Love to complete your precious ankle boots. We’re showing them in a neutral tan, but it would be fun to crochet them in a whole rainbow of colors. Discover what makes this pattern special for you and get started!

SKILL LEVEL: EXPERIENCED

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BERNAT BABY’S BOOTIES CROCHET PATTERN

Make these cute ankle boots for that special baby in your life. You will immediately complete this project with Bernat Handicrafter Cotton, which is known for its exceptional quality and variety of colors. These are babies’ favorite products as our soft and absorbent cotton keeps little ones completely cool. These are great for luscious ankle boots and are a perfect last minute gift idea.

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

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Parker Crochet Baby Booties

Materials:
–Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice yarn (Weight: 4/Medium, 3.5 oz/100g, 170 yds/156 m)
(You will use less than half a skein for this pattern)
–Size H 5mm crochet hook (click here to see my favorite one!) (see sizing below))
–Tapestry needle
–Scissors

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Baby Booties with Flower

Materials

Here is what you will need for this project (These links are affiliate links. Purchasing through these links earns me a small commission to no extra cost to you. So if you decide to purchase through them, know that you are awesome! Thanks! )

YARN: DK weight 100% cotton yarn (Drops Cotton Light) in three colors; gray, pink, and beige.
CROCHET HOOK: 3.5 mm (E/4) and 4.0 mm (G/6)
YOU WILL ALSO NEED: a pair of scissors (HERE!), stitch markers (HERE!), a yarn needle (HERE!), 2 buttons (2 cm in diameter).

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Striped Baby Booties

For that little extra in a traditional baby shoe, add a couple of ribbons. This free pattern also includes a drawstring around the ankle for another cute item on booties and helping to take them off! Cute and functional.

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Piggy Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

You will need:

crochet hook: 3.5 mm (E/4)
yarn needle
stitch markers
yarn: DK weight 100% cotton yarn in pink, 50 g (1.75 oz)
safety eyes
Gauge: 22 sts and 24 rows in sc measure 4 x 4 inch (10 x 10 cm).

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Rain Crochet Baby Booties

Materials

YARN: Aran weight yarn – Paintbox Cotton Aran – this is 100% cotton yarn, there is 50 g (1.75 oz) and 85 m ( 93 yds) of yarn in one skein. I used two colors: Pillar Red and Slate Grey. You can find the yarn here.
CROCHET HOOK: 3.5 mm or E/4 crochet hook or a hook to obtain the gauge.
OTHER: two stitch markers, tapestry needle, and scissors.

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Boho Baby Crochet Sandals

Materials

Here is what you will need for this project
YARN: For these crochet baby sandals I was using, two different yarn weights of cotton yarn; Aran weight yarn and DK weight yarn. The sole is made with Rico Creative Cotton Aran 100% cotton yarn in color clay (51), the upper part of the sandals is made with the Rico Creative Cotton Aran in color nature (60) and the three little lines of slip stitches and tassels are made with Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK in colors Washed Teal (433), Daffodil Yellow (422) and Bright Peach (412).
CROCHET HOOK: 3.5 mm or E/4 crochet hook
YOU WILL ALSO NEED: a pair of scissors , stitch markers (HERE!), a yarn needle, two buttons (1.5 cm or 0.6 inches in diameter).

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Winter Snowflake Crochet Baby Booties

Materials

YARN: Bulky weight yarn. I was using Grundl Shetland 80% Acrylic and 20% wool yarn in beige and blue color. You will need maybe one-third of each skein/each color.

CROCHET HOOK: 6.0 mm crochet hook or hook to obtain the gauge.

My favorite is Clover Crochet hook. You can find it here.

YOU WILL ALSO NEED: 2 stitch markers, tapestry needle and a pair of scissors.

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Double Strapped Baby Mary Janes Crochet Pattern

SUPPLIES:
Clover 1045/G Purple Amour Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm*
small amount of worsted weight yarn, in two colors (I used worsted weight yarn and a G hook to make a shoe sized for 6-12 months. The other hook I found was an F hook, so I used that with fingerling baby weight yarn and made shoes suitable for 0-3 months. I imagine some combination of hook size and yarn and gauge will give you a pair of shoes sized for 3-6 months, all using the same pattern.)
two buttons
embroidery needle
scissors

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Little Stefan Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

SUPPLIES:
THE YARN:
For these booties I have used 30 g total of a German brand baby yarn called Rico Design Baby Wolle, in 2 colors: white and blue, bought at Rossmann in Germany.
(You can substitute this yarn with a baby yarn of your choice that meets the gauge.)

Yarn weight:
dk, 3, light.
Fiber content:
90% Polyacryl, 10% Polyamide
Care:
Machine wash (wool) at maximum 30° Celsius, lay flat to dry.

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These Crochet Baby Booties

The fact is, babies can never make enough boots: and since those little fidgety toes grow so quickly, you should make a bunch. Fortunately, this model is very simple and super fast. It’s actually so simple that the pattern stays the same regardless of your size: just unroll your thread and whip it with the hook of different sizes.

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DRAPER BABY BOOTIES

Materials

US H/8 5mm Crochet Hook
25yds Worsted Weight Yarn in Color A
10 yds Worsted Weight Yarn in Color B
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Finished Measurements:

About 4 inches long

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Strawberry Baby Booties

Skill Level: Easy
Designer: Method 13

Hook: H-8 5.0 mm and F-5 3.75 mm for small white flowers.
A knitting needle for sewing short lines and a French knot for the center of the flowers.

Note: This pattern is mostly processed in rounds and not straight. However, you need to work short series on the vampire or instep. The styling looks like an old fashioned bootie and lots of knit boots, but these ankle boots are seamless. It’s not the shoe-like styling that many crochet designers have seen. Although I’m a bit better at “boots”, I couldn’t hold up the ankle boots I made with “shoe” molding on my kids. I wanted to keep making ankle boots when my grandmother knitted the first ankle boots for my children.

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Boutchou Booties

Materials
4 mm / US G – 6 hook.
Paintbox Cotton Aran (50g, 100% cotton, 85m / 93yds)
1 skein in dolphin blue (referred to as blue).
5m / 5 yd in banana cream (referred to as white).
5m / 5 yd in daffodil yellow (referred to as yellow).
Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
2 stitch markers.

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