Before memories of summer grow distant and the months turn colder, knit one of these pairs of baby booties to keep your little one warm! Considering how quickly babies grow, you might not want to spend too much money on clothes for them. With these patterns, you can knit your own baby booties that are simple, cute, and creative for beginners.
The Cutest Baby Booties To Knit or Crochet
Whip up a pair of these Old West-inspired crochet baby booties for your little cowboy or cowgirl. We wouldn't judge you if you couldn't resist making the matching hat, either. For this beginner project, you'll need a size H-8 (5 mm) crochet hook, large-eye blunt needles, and two colors of baby yarn.
For lovers of both classic and vintage designs, there's this free vintage style pom-pom baby bootie knitting pattern. Attaching pom-poms to baby booties just puts a cherry on top of this already precious pattern. For this project, you will need size 3 and 6 straight needles and some baby yarn.
We love boat shoes and now you can make a comfy and cozy pair for your little one. One of our own CraftFoxes' members, Bethany from Whistle & Ivy, shared this pattern over in the project section. These adorable crochet booties require an F Hook, some baby yarn, and a yarn needle. These booties are simple and will crochet up in no time!
Robot Baby Booties
If you happen to be a science fiction fan and want to pass that on to your little one, Craftsy has the bootie pattern for you. These booties are so cute and they have a decorative robot pattern on the front. For this project you’ll need several colors of yarn and a 3.25mm/US 3 knitting needle. This pattern is marked as relatively simple and is doable for beginner knitters.
Crochet Wrap-around Booties
These crocheted baby booties have a very classic look to them, and they almost resemble Ugg boots. This pattern is the correct size for infants, but there is also a link to a larger size at the blog post. To make these crochet baby booties, you’ll need some yarn, a large button to affix to one side of the wrap-around strap, and a 4.25 mm hook. These are adorable booties and create a fashionable look for your little one.
Easy Knit Baby Booties
These knit booties are specially marked as easy, so you might want to try out this pattern if you are a beginner and are looking for something simple. These are simple booties, there are no frills, but they’re a good way to improve your knitting skills! You’ll need some worsted weight yarn, and a size US 8 or 5.0mm straight needles for this project.
Looking for a little fun with baby bootie patterns? How about these roller skate booties! Whether you're a roller derby fan or just think these are cute, this free pattern courtesy of Katie Boyette will give you a unique pair of baby booties. For this project you will need a pair of US size 6 needles and 3 skeins of different colored yarn.
Crochet Cuffed Booties
These crochet baby booties from Repeat Crafter Me are somewhat similar to the wrap-around pattern, but the button here is only for decoration and the cuff goes all the way around. This pattern is suited for babies 6-12 months old. For this project, you’ll need two colors of yarn, a crochet hook size G-6 (4.0 mm), a tapestry needle, and a button for decoration. These are customizable and so cozy!
Need a quick gift for a baby shower? Want to de-stash and warm up precious little feet? Look no further than this quick and easy knit baby bootie pattern. This project is not overly complicated for knitters looking to learn how to knit socks. For this knitting project you will need a pair of size 0 US knitting needles, one skein of baby yarn, US F/5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook or size needed to match the slipped edge stitches, and whatever cute embellishments you want.
Crochet Mary Jane Booties
These baby-sized Mary Janes are too cute! These booties can be made for a variety of ages — newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-12 months. You can make these Mary Janes to be very plain, or you can add an embellishment like a flower (which is included in the pattern) or a different little shape. For the project you’ll need some worsted/10 ply yarn and a 4.0mm needle.
These darling baby booties are a tiny version of the adult boots a trendy winter boot. In this free project, you’ll work with fabric form soles; master a simple, ribbed cuff; and step up your skills with an I-cord bind-off. You will need 2 US 6/4 mm double-pointed needles or 1 circular needle (or size needed to obtain gauge) and a spare double-pointed needle. Remember, there’s nothing cuter than a kiddo in cute kicks!