Delightful First Baby Booties Free Crochet Patterns
How cute are handmade baby dresses, cardigans, or shoes? So so cute, right? Especially crochet baby booties! They not only make your child look adorable and stylish but also are a fabulous gif! Not only for baby showers and birthdays! These Delightful First Baby Booties would be great pram shoes for tiny feet. You can make many color versions to match your baby’s dresses as they are so easy and quick to crochet. Moreover, they are super soft, and – like every handmade item – unique and very personal. Use pastel colors for these delicate designs and incorporate adorable details such as crowns or beads to create an effect worthy of a princess. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Cute Baby Pinafore Dresses and Crochet Baby Hoodies.
Point Shoes Free Crochet Pattern
These ballerina shoes are an adorable accessory to pair with a sweet baby dress. They feature gorgeous shell patterns on the front and laces to keep the shoes on those tiny wriggly feet. Mon Petit Violon melted our hearts once again!
Level: upper beginner Author: Mon Petit Violon
The original pattern and photos are on Mon Petit Violon here. More info on Ravelry here.
Princess Charlotte Baby Booties Free Crochet Pattern
Make these cute pink booties for a special little fashion queen! The crown with a gold pearl bead is an eye-catching detail that adds tones of charm to the simple design. Olivia Kent’s crochet patterns are always tasteful and one of a kind!
Level: beginner Author: Olivia Kent
The original pattern and photos are on Hopeful Honey here. More info on Ravelry here.
Baby Girl Shoes Free Crochet Pattern
Are you in the mood for a video tutorial? Even if you do not have that much experience yet, you can follow the instructions by Sulaimon Toyyibah to crochet a lovely pair of baby booties. Just remember to focus and choose colors your little lady loves!
Level: beginner Author: Sulaimon Toyyibah
The tutorial in two parts is on You Tube here and here. More info and the photos are on Ravelry here.