Crochet patterns aren’t just for grannies anymore. People are starting to catch on to how fulfilling it is to make something all your own and learn the craft of crochet. If you’re a beginner to the craft or you’re a new mom, then you’re going to love working on these baby bootie patterns!
Crocheted tiny baby booties are some of the easiest patterns you can follow as a beginner. Whether you want a simple classic look or an exciting animal pattern, these 31 crochet patterns will undoubtedly inspire you. Most of these patterns come together quickly, so you can complete the project before the baby gets too old to wear them.
We’ll show you designs for festive occasions, holidays, and even some classic streetwear reinvented with yarn. One thing’s for sure – once you make one pair, you’ll be itching to explore more patterns. We’ve got you covered with plenty of inspiration and free patterns so you can create quick and easy baby booties.
1. The Parker Crochet Baby Booties
For a quick, cute, and easy-to-do crochet pattern, these Parker crochet baby booties are a perfect option. These are a tall version of baby booties, which makes them great for winter and fall newborns. The classic look will match anything they wear perfectly.
2. Nike Crochet Pattern
If you prefer checks over stripes, then this baby booties crochet pattern is a must-have. You can switch out the colors for any look you like, but there’s one thing that’s for sure: whatever lucky baby gets these will be the coolest baby around.
3. Adidas Sneakers
If you’re an Adidas die-hard, you don’t have to spend top dollar to get your baby’s first pair: you can make it! This pattern nails the three stripes and even comes complete with the shell toe for a fully official look you can create all on your own.
4. Cuffed baby booties
These cuffed baby booties are an adorable two-tone DIY project that would look great with just about any color combination you like. These are another pair of tall boots, making them perfect for cold winter days.
5. Baby Boat Booties
Summer babies need cute footwear, too! For a family who loves to sail, the baby can earn its place on the boat right from birth. These adorable baby booties look just like boat shoes and the more you customize colored yarn, the more they will match your pair perfectly.
6. Baby Booties with Flower
To create a springtime look, just add a flower. This free crochet pattern teaches you how to create simple booties with a feminine flower that’s oh so cute!
7. Bow booties
This easy-to-do free pattern is like the warm-weather booties, but adds a little extra precious touch with a bow on the toe. This is great for baby photos when you want to match a hair bow.
8. Crossover kimono baby booties
The way the top of these baby booties overlaps gives them a kimono vibe. Very cute for easily slipping on or off a newborn, and very easy to make.
9. Laced Baby Booties
For the baby with a little extra kick, these baby booties feature a lace up the front so they have a better chance of staying on those active feet. A video tutorial helps you follow the pattern so you can create these booties in no time.
10. Lazy Daisy Girl’s Booties
This adorable pair of mary-jane booties adds a touch of girlishness with little pink flowers on the toes. Of course, when you work on the pattern, you can make the flowers any color you want, and it’s sure to be just as cute.
11. Quick baby Booties
If you’re trying to bring together a last minute gift idea, these quick foldover booties are a great option. They’re simple to do and still super adorable. Plus, the pattern is free.
12. Easy Baby Booties
This free pattern gives you another option for easy baby booties, without the foldover. If you follow the pattern, you’ll also get the two-tone look with a different color sole that makes them look just like little sneakers.
13. One-hour Booties
You read that right! So long as you’re comfortable working with your crochet hook, these baby booties can come together in under an hour. They’re so quick because they’re so easy – a great way to make a gift with some of your extra yarn.
14. Striped Baby Booties
For a little extra something on a traditional baby bootie, add some stripes. This free pattern also features a drawstring around the ankle for another cute element to the booties, and it helps keep them on! Cute and functional.
15. Converse Crochet Baby booties
Another pair of iconic sneakers that can be handmade for your baby, or as a gift for an All-Star in your life. Complete with laces!
16. Elephant Baby Booties
Your baby will be the apple of everyone’s eye in these unbelievably cute elephant baby booties. This free pattern gives you the instructions to make the elephant and attach it to a classic bootie. It’s definitely worth it for both beginners to start on the easy bootie and then take their time making the elephant. Don’t take too long though! These booties will ideally fit 0-6 month olds.
17. Winter Fur Booties
This free pattern will easily help you make some expensive-looking booties! The fur trim on these tall booties makes them extra cute. Perfect for any winter baby in your life!
18. Mickey Mouse Baby Booties
If you’re a Disney lover, you’re going to go crazy for these adorable Mickey Mouse baby booties. This pattern is free, easy, and has those unmistakable ears and red overalls! What’s even better, If you have a girl on the way, there’s also a free pattern for Minnie Mouse Baby Booties that’s just as cute as the Mickey ones!
19. Ugg-Inspired Booties
It’s especially hard to resist the temptation of those super cute ugg baby booties. Instead of buying them, why not make them? This pattern is free, easy to do baby booties that will look just like your favorite pair of Uggs!
20. Bunny Booties
Perfect for Easter but adorable any time of year, these bunny baby booties are easy to make with the help of this free pattern.
21. Flamingo Feet
A flamingo might not be a traditional baby-approved animal, but you’ll find yourself wanting to redecorate the nursery once you see these adorable baby booties.
22. Piggy Baby Booties
This adorable free crochet baby booties pattern will have all ten of your baby’s piggies toasty warm.
23. Whale Baby Booties
If piggies and flamingos are too much pink, then these whale baby booties are the perfect option for a new baby boy. A classic baby bootie with cute little flippers and eyes makes for yet another adorable pair of DIY baby booties.
24. Reindeer Crochet Booties
When it’s beginning to look like Christmas, it’s essential to make sure those baby toes are ready for the festivities! With this free crochet pattern, you can make a pair of adorable reindeer booties, complete with tell-tale antlers and googly eyes.
25. Frog Booties
Another great gender-neutral idea is to make frog booties for your newest babies. This pattern is free and really easy to do. It is so satisfying to see that smiling face looking back at you once you complete the project. Hop to it!
26. Classic Snow Bootie
With a double button around the ankle and a cute little flair on top, these baby booties are for the oh-so-chic newborn in your life. They are stylish and sure to set the baby off on the right fashion foot. It’s not a free crochet pattern, but once you make the first pair and see how cute they are, you’ll be glad you handed over a few bucks for the pattern so you can make them in every color.
27. Timberland Booties
Designer baby boots can cost a small fortune, but patterns like these make the look come to life for much less. This baby bootie pattern has an uncanny resemblance to true Timberland boots, but crocheted so you can DIY.
28. Elmo Baby Booties
Elmo is a lovable character from Sesame Street that will never go out of style. You can bring that bright red personality to your DIY craft with this free crochet pattern.
29. Fringe Moccasin Baby Bootie
Another stylish take on a DIY project, these fringe moccasin booties give your baby that coveted boho look.
30. Pumpkin Booties
Nothing evokes harvest season and Halloween quite like pumpkins. This DIY crochet pattern lets you make gorgeous little gourds to go with the season. It’s very easy to follow, so even beginners will be impressed when they accomplish this pumpkin.
31. Loopy Love Baby Booties
These baby booties are called “loopy love” for the scalloped edges that you can make. It’s an easy and adorable way to incorporate all of your favorite colors into one easy to do baby bootie.