Nothing makes my heart happier than seeing crochet baby booties patterns in my crochet basket. I know I can pick up my favorite soft yarn and create a simple but precious crochet gift. Of course, as a grandmother myself, I understand now why my own Granny loved making this for the babies in the family.
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Crochet Baby Booties Patterns
Since my boys are both in their teens now, making booties for them isn’t on my project list. Luckily, however, in 2018, I became a Nana. My daughter gave birth to a beautiful little girl, and nothing makes my heart happier than to see her smiling over something I have created for her. A simple pair of slippers or booties can make her excited, and that is sometimes, just what the doctor ordered.
The patterns below range in difficulty from a basic one stitch pattern to those with intricate additions, flowers, lace styles, or even embellishments like toggles or fur. Pick the ones you like the most, and add them to your project basket to make your children or grandchildren smile with a cute new homemade present.
What Yarn is Good for Crocheting Baby Items?
This is a question best answered by your own experience with yarns in different textures and styles. I, personally, love using Bernat Softee Baby Yarn for most baby projects, but it is sometimes a bit too soft for a bootie. If you plan to make these for an infant that will only be worn for show, this is a good choice.
If you are making slippers or booties to be worn by toddlers, then you want a bit sturdier yarn. I really enjoy the Vanna’s Yarn options, especially since they come in so many vibrant colors. These are often ideal for fun crochet projects.
Crochet Mary Jane Baby Booties with Flower
Making baby booties is all about adding something soft and cute to their outfit. I adore this little Mary Jane style with the cute flower addition on top. This pattern uses basic stitches so is great for any new crocheter.
Crochet Baby Ankle Booty with Leather Accent
This pattern has multiple variations on a simple baby-sized ankle bootie. With a leather accent bottom and bow, it’s a sturdy enough option that a toddler can wear these to walk in around the house!
Kimono Style Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
This is a perfect unisex baby booties pattern for a beginner crocheter. I love how simple this style is and how it works for boys or girls. That makes it perfect for a baby shower gift.
Baby Uggs Crochet Booties Pattern
How absolutely adorable is this pattern?! Every little girl needs her own pair of Uggs! Start early with adorable fashion on your baby!
Baby Slouch Boot Crochet Pattern
Beginners to crocheting will love this pattern. A super simple pattern turns into this adorable little baby boot. This makes for a great project that feels fancy even though it’s a very simple crochet stitch.
Converse Style Crochet Baby Booties Pattern
Want your little one to have their own pair of Converse? Why not crochet them?! This pattern is a fantastic choice for the intermediate crafter wanting to create something fun and unique.
Ladybug Crochet Baby Booties Pattern
This easy little ladybug design is a great baby booty project. I love that it is a simple stitch so even a beginner can make it, but it is unique enough to look advanced.
Striped Kimono Style Baby Booties
I adore the kimono style booties, but this is a slightly different option from above. Adding colorful stripes just makes them look a bit different. I also like that you can customize them to the colors you prefer.
Crochet Baby Construction Boot Pattern
Have a little one who wants to be just like Daddy? This is a great little project to create for them to wear! This is definitely a more intermediate project.
Baby Boy Timberland Style Crochet Booties
Another fun boot option, this one is designed to look like Timberland boots. The lacing detail really makes this look like a regular boot. I feel this is a better pattern for an intermediate to advanced crocheter.
Air Jordan Crochet Booties Pattern
Why spend so much on baby Jordan’s that they will grow out of in weeks? Instead, make this custom pair yourself and give your baby or toddler the style you want without the expense!
Crochet Baby Wrap Over Shoe with Button Detail
One of my favorites on the list, this little slipper style booty is super easy to make, and the button detail really makes it pop. It’s just like a little ballet flat for your little one!
Reindeer Baby Booties Pattern
Dress your baby up as a reindeer for Christmas with this simple DIY booties pattern! I love crochet patterns that fit seasons or themes, and these are fantastic. This is a great pattern for an intermediate to advanced crocheter.
Ruffle Sock Baby Booties Pattern
You will love this cute little pattern that looks more like socks than a booty. It’s a simple pattern to follow, and ideal for making for a baby shower gift. So many fun colors can be combined to make them unique.
Dakota Baby Boot Pattern
This crochet baby boot is a cute example of how simple stitches in different colors can create a beautiful pattern. This is a higher boot that fits on the calf of the baby but is super functional and warm for winter.
Crochet Mermaid Scales Baby Booties
Oh my goodness! How stunning are these? A great pattern for an intermediate to advanced crocheter, these mermaid scales boots are fantastic for little girls who love the mermaid look and style. Make in your favorite mermaid colors.
Cairo Boots Crochet Pattern
What a cute idea for a simple pair of boots. I love the cross over “laces” and button addition. So cute and easy to make for even a beginner crocheter.
Crochet Espadrilles Baby Pattern
Oh my goodness! How absolutely precious are these? A simple lacy style of booty that is more sandal than slipper. You’ll love this pattern and how it adds a cute feature to your baby’s little sundresses.
Crochet Baby Clogs Pattern
Not quite a booty, but still a great option for the baby in your life. These clogs are easy to create, look like a regular shoe, and are a favorite to customize in favorite colors.
Frog Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
Don’t these look like a great little shoe for your baby? I love the adorable little eyes and mouth on these. A special pattern that is perfect for a beginner looking to expand their skills.
Pattern: Hopeful Honey
Hello Kitty Crochet Slippers Pattern
Wow! A Hello Kitty inspired pattern is easier to make than you think. I love how simple this option is for crocheting and that it is ideal for a beginner with simple stitching and colorful accents.
Pattern: Wonderful DIY
Hedgehog Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
This advanced crochet pattern is a fantastic choice for really “wowing” your friends and family with your skill. These are just too cute for words, and the pattern is super easy to follow.
Baby Moccasin Crochet Pattern
This pattern is a beautiful choice for making an easy slip-on booty or slipper. I love the simple style of this one, and how it truly resembles a real mocassin made of leather.
Crochet Roller Skate Baby Booties
These are simply brilliant! What a cute idea for your baby! This roller skate baby booties pattern is definitely for a more advanced crafter.
Elephant Crochet Baby Booties Pattern
If you love elephants, then this is the pattern for you. A simple pattern that is easy to read and create, this is one you’ll make regularly for baby shower gifts.
Pattern: Hopeful Honey
Booties with Fur Crochet Pattern
How cute! I love this little pattern with the fur on the tops. A simple boot pattern is easy for anyone to make, and the addition of a fur trim elevates it easily.
Simple Flower Accent Baby Booties Pattern
Another basic crochet booty pattern is accented with a simple crocheted flower that makes the pattern pop. I love how easy this is for a beginner to make, and that little accent really makes it look more difficult to make.
Pattern: Whistle & Ivy
Basic Baby Booties with Bow
This classic baby booties design reminds me of the ones my grandma made when I was a little girl. Simple, pretty, and functional. It’s a great addition to your project list!
Pattern: Love Life Yarn
Whale Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
This pattern is adorable for the animal lover. A bit more complex than others on the list, I love this as a gift project. While it looks complex, it really is a simple series of basic stitches made into a whale shape. Have fun making this one!
Beginner Friendly Crochet Cuffed Booties
This simple crochet baby booties pattern is going to be a favorite. It’s a bit more than a slipper but not quite a boot. The cuff is a cute addition that makes this pattern even more fun to create.
Pattern: The Whoot