Crochet baby booties are a great addition to any gift set. They’re quick to make and even a simple pattern can be used in so many ways. I used a simple pattern to make these crochet baby booties and although the pink and cream are perfect for baby girls, you can easily change up the colors to make these for baby boys too.
These sweetheart booties are made for babies 0-3 months old. They can be made in one piece using just one color if you like, or you can try out different combinations for the sole and the top of the booties. The little bow on the front of these booties is just a spare length of matching yarn that I tied around the stitch post, but you can customize these any way you like. Or, you could even add little crochet roses or a pretty button to finish them off!
The full free pattern is written out below. For those who’d prefer to print the pattern and take it with you for on-the-go and to markup as you go, you can buy the inexpensive printable PDF from my Etsy and Ravelry shops. The PDF is formatted without ads or comments, so it’s easy to read.
- 3.50mm crochet hook
- #4 worsted weight yarn in pink and white
- Skill level: Beginner
- Sizing: 0-3 months
- Foot length: 3.50 inches
- Gauge: 4 stitches/inch x 4 rows/inch
Sweetheart Crochet Baby Booties
Round 1: With the pink yarn, chain 11. Starting in the second space from the hook, HDC 9. Work 5 HDC into the next space. Next, you’ll be working through the loops on the other side of the foundation chain. HDC 8, then work 2 HDC into the last space. Place a marker to mark the beginning of the round (24 stitches).
Round 2: Work 2 HDC into the next space, HDC 9, 2 HDC into each of the next 5 spaces, then HDC 9 to the end of the round (30).
Round 3: Ch 1, HDC into the same space. HDC in each space around (31).
Round 4: Switch to cream yarn and SC through the back loops only (31), then slip stitch to the first space.
Round 5: HDC around.
Round 6: SC 12, * HDC decrease once, then HDC into the next* 3 times, SC 11 to the end of the round (28).
Round 7: SC 12, then DC decrease 3 times, SC 11 (25).
Round 8: Slip stitch all the way around, and then bind off. Then, weave in the tail ends of the yarn and trim the excess yarn.
Lastly, I took 4 inches of the same pink as the sole of these crochet baby booties and just tied it around the two stitches at the front of the toe. I tied it into a little bow and used a drop of hot glue to secure the knot in place and make sure it wouldn’t open. Then, I trimmed the tails of the bow so they were even.
And you’re done!
Baby booties like these are so quick to make and they are perfect for stash busting too! Use whatever you have in your yarn collection and you can come up with some amazing color combinations and change things up in so many ways. I also have a few other crochet baby booties patterns linked below for you to check out!
You can also get easy and beginner-friendly patterns like this in my free ebook, The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet.
The ebook contains 12 tutorials on the basic stitches and techniques, all with videos to help you out. Plus, there are 12 free patterns that also have video tutorials and are perfect for beginners! Click the image below to find out more and claim your copy.
And if you want to see more things you can make this Valentine’s Day, check out this post for 15 free crochet patterns you’ll love!
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