Keep tiny toes warm and cozy in a handmade pair of crochet baby booties. Baby booties are always a welcome gift at baby showers. It’s nice to have a backup pair too, for those days when they get home from running errands and notice that baby lost a shoe somewhere. I bet you could even donate them somewhere if you don’t know anyone that is expecting. Either way, you’re definitely going to want to make one or more of these amazing crochet baby bootie patterns. Check them out!
Designer: The Crafter Life
Babies these days seem to be more well-dressed than adults. These cute crochet baby sneakers mimic the look of designer sneakers. The two-color design really stands out and I love the addition of the faux laces to complete the look.
2. Cuffed Baby Booties
Designer: Repeat Crafter Me
Your baby will step out in style in these two-toned baby booties with cuffs. The height of this design looks like it will be perfect for helping the booties to stay on the baby’s feet. My favorite part is the stylish button on the cuff.
3. Baby Boat Booties
Designer: Whistle and Ivy
Picture this design in a matching daddy and baby boy set. How cute would that be? Boat-style booties are the perfect accessory for the little one who takes after their dad. Of course, the design could also be used for a girl. The booties look particularly striking in an aqua color!
4. Little Daisy Baby Booties
Designer: Croby Patterns
You’ll have so much fun picking out the cute little buttons for these adorable daisy booties. A decorative button is such a fun and clever idea for the center of a cute little white daisy. This is an easy and quick little project for sizes 0-6 months
5. Easy Baby Booties
Designer: Crochet Crosia
Stylish stripes in bright colors are sure to make baby smile! These easy baby booties feature a decorative cuff complete with a tie to help secure them. Having a tie on the baby booties is an absolute must if you have a very wiggly baby!
6. Wrap Around Button Booties
Designer: Ashlee Marie
Just imagine these adorable wrap around button booties on your baby’s cute little feet. I love the scalloped cuff and you already know how I feel about decorative buttons! Also, I feel like the wrap-around design will make the booties easier to put on. Yay!
7. Flamingo Feet Baby Booties
Oh my cuteness! Why make boring old normal baby booties when you could be making flamingo baby booties? This playful design uses amigurumi techniques along with the crocodile stitch for the wings. They’re like part shoe and part toy and I’m sure baby will love them!
8. Piggy Baby Booties
Designer: Croby Patterns
Every baby’s favorite game is the one that starts, “This little piggy goes to market…” So what could be better footwear than these perfectly piggy baby booties? This darling design would be great for either a boy or a girl. Don’t forget the curly tail!
9. Baby Ballet Slippers
Designer: The Green Dragonfly
Dress your budding ballerina in these dainty ballet slippers for a special occasion. Sure, they’re not super practical but they are super cute and that’s all that matters. For the perfect ballerina look, attach ribbons to the backs and tie the ends around the baby’s legs.
10. Baby Whale Booties
Here’s another super cute animal design for you. These baby whale booties are just too stinking cute. I especially love the little tail and the fins. I also like that the design uses a different color for the soles to look more like a whale’s belly. Perfect!
11. Frog Baby Booties
Designer: Hopeful Honey
Fairy tale fanatics will love these darling frog baby booties. This design features big froggy eyes and a bright cheery smile. The booties themselves are really quite basic and easy, so don’t worry if you are a beginner crocheter.
12. Double Strapped Baby Mary Janes
Designer: 1 Dog Woof
Mary janes are a classically cute footwear option. You’re going to love the double straps on these baby mary janes. They were designed specifically for babies who don’t like wearing shoes. Attach the button wherever you need to for a nice snug fit around the ankle.
13. Ups and Downs Baby Booties
Designer: Moogly Blog
Upgrade a basic baby bootie design with front post double crochets for a whole new look. The post stitches make vertical columns that really set the Ups and Downs Baby Booties apart from the rest. You’ll be working in rounds starting with the sole.
14. Galaxy Baby Booties
Designer: My Hobby is Crochet
Of course, these star stitch baby booties in fun multicolor yarn are named Galaxy Baby Booties. What a fitting name! The star stitch is a great new stitch to learn that will give your projects lots of character. You’ll also be making single crochet ribbed cuffs.
15. Newborn Slippers
Designer: Handmade by Meg K
Newborn sizing is hard to come by for free crochet patterns. Most baby bootie patterns are for 3 months and up. These darling newborn slippers are perfect for baby’s first outfit or for a newborn photoshoot. You won’t believe how fast and easy these cute booties are!
So many choices! I love how fun and original all these different crochet designs are. Which crochet pattern was your favorite? Have you ever made crochet baby booties before? I would love to hear from you in the comments below. 🙂
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Denise McCallMarch 30, 2021 at 9:23 pm
Your items are beautiful 😍
Can you or suggest how to upsize the baby booties. I have a 8 and 9 yr old who would luv the flamingo and whale.
Thank you for sharing your patterns with us.