This baby booties crochet pattern is just too precious! The pattern is designed by Amanda Saladin and is free here for P2P readers!
Be sure to pop over to her blog or social media to show her some love and give her a big thanks for the free pattern.
Hi everyone! My name is Amanda and I am so excited to be guest posting today on Petals to Picots. Spring is in the air in Middle TN and I have been dreaming of flowers and warm, sunny days. Baby items have long been a favorite of mine and for this special post I designed a sweet little pair of baby booties.
For those of you that don’t know me, I blog at Love, Life, Yarn, where I share free crochet and knitting patterns and tutorials. I am mom to three amazing little boys (all under the age of 8!), wife to a wonderful hubby, and a high school teacher. I have a BS degree in Fashion Design but didn’t put my love of yarn with my love of designing until about 5 years ago. I haven’t looked back since.
This pattern was such a joy to create – can’t you just see the sweet Spring blooms?
Springtime Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
What You’ll Need:
Hook: Size F/5/3.75mm
Notions: Yarn needle, stitch markers
Skill Level: Easy
Size: 0-6 (6-12) months, 3 ½ (4)” sole length
Shown in size 0-6 months.
Gauge: 18 sts and 20 rows = 4” [10 cm] in sc
Notes: Rounds are not joined unless noted. Place stitch marker in first st of each round to keep track. If only one number is given that number applies to both sizes.
Special Techniques Used:
2 dc cluster: Yo, insert hook into ch-1 space, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through two loops on hook (2 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into same ch-1 space, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook (3 loops on hook), yo, pull through remaining loops.
To work an invisible join when joining sc: Cut yarn and pull through center of last st made. (Do NOT fasten off the regular way). Insert hook from right to left in 2nd st to left and pull yarn through. Insert hook from right to left in the middle of the last st made (the one you pulled the yarn through initially) and pull yarn down through the middle of this stitch. [See Video HERE!]
To work an invisible join when joining slip sts: Cut yarn and pull through center of last st made. (Do NOT fasten off the regular way). Insert hook from right to left under both loops of next slip st to the left and pull yarn through. Insert hook from right to left in the center of the last slip st and pull yarn down through center of last slip st. [See Video HERE!]
SOLE (make 2 of each color)
Ch 8 (10).
Row 1: 3 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 2 (3), hdc 2, dc 1 (2), 7 dc in last ch. Working on opposite side of ch, dc 1 (2), hdc 2, sc 2 (3) – 20 (24) sts.
Row 2: Work 2 sc in each of next 3 sts, sc 6 (8), 2 sc in each of next 5 sts, sc 6 (8) – 28 (32) sts.
Row 3: *Sc 1, 2 sc in next st; repeat from * two more times, sc 6 (8), repeat from * five times, sc 6 (8) – 36 (40) sts.
Row 4: *Sc 2, 2 sc in next st; repeat from * two more times, sc to end – 39 (43) sts.
Make an invisible join. Weave in ends.
Holding 2 soles together (one of each color) with RS facing out and CC on top, join MC in any stitch, going through both soles. Sl st around edge to join soles. Make invisible join. Weave in ends.
With MC, join yarn at center heel st.
Round 1: Ch 1, sc in each slip st; join to first sc with slip st – 39 (43) sts.
Round 2: Ch 1, sc 11 (13), *sc2, sc2tog; repeat from * three more times, sc 12 (14); join to first sc with slip st – 35 (39) sts.
Round 3: Ch 1, sc, sc2tog, sc 9 (11), *sc, sc2tog; repeat from * three more times, sc 8 (10), sc2tog, sc; join to first sc with slip st – 29 (33) sts.
Round 4: Join CC, slip st 9 (11), hdc2tog, dc3tog 2 times, hdc2tog, slip st to end.
Make invisible join. Weave in ends.
FLOWER (Make 2)
With MC, make a magic ring.
Round 1: Ch 2, (sc, ch1) four times, sc, join with slip st to 2nd ch of t-ch.
Round 2: Change to CC, slip st to first sc, *ch 3, 2 dc cluster in ch-1 space, ch 3, slip stitch in sc (one petal made); repeat from * four times for five total petals.
Sew flowers onto booties as shown in photos. Weave in ends.
That’s it! I really hope you’ve enjoyed this free pattern. You can check out more of my free baby patterns here.
Did you enjoy working up this Baby Booties Crochet Pattern? If so, be sure to pop over to Amanda’s website and let her know!