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I’m not sure what came over me but over the last 2 weeks, I’ve been crocheting baby booties non stop. It must be the cuteness factor. Baby clothes and booties are just so adorable. It’s really hard not to say “awwwwww” when you look at them. Crocheted baby booties make perfect gifts for baby showers and the expectant mum will absolutely love them.  Most importantly, they will keep the little one’s feet nice and warm.

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These are very easy to make. Here’s what you’ll need and you can also print off a pdf version of the pattern here —>> Baby Girl Slip on Booties Free Pattern from Hello Yellow Yarn

Materials

1 ball of pastel green coloured yarn in 8 Ply/DK/Cat 3
1 ball of pastel pink/baby pink coloured yarn in 8 Ply/DK/Cat 3
Size 4mm/6 Hook – for booties
Size 3.5mm/4/E Hook – for flower
Yarn needle
Scissors
Stitch marker

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This pattern, using above materials will make a pair of booties for a 0-3 month old baby. If you want to make them a little bigger for an older baby, use  a 4.5mm or 5mm hook and thicker yarn.

Terms

sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
dc – double crochet
ch – chain
hk – hook
sl st – slip stitch
bl – back loops
dc2tog – double crochet 2 stitches together

Booties – make 2 (Use 4mm/6 Hook and pastel green coloured yarn)

Round Stitches No. of Stitches
1 Chain 10
Starting from 2nd ch from hk, 1 sc into next 8 stitches
5 sc into next stitch
1 sc into next 7 stitches
2 sc into next stitch
join with sl st into 1st sc stitch
22
2 Chain 1 (place stitch marker)
1 hdc into space under sl st
1 hdc into next 7 stitches
2 hdc into next 5 stitches
1 hdc into next 7 stitches
2 hdc into next 2 stitches
join with sl st into ch 1
30
3 Chain 1 (place stitch marker)
1 hdc into space under sl st
1 hdc into next 12 stitches
2 hdc into next 3 stitches
1 hdc into next 12 stitches
2 hdc into next 2 stitches
join with sl st into ch 1
36
4 1 hdc into each stitch around (bl only)
join with sl st into next stitch (both loops)
36
5 1 hdc into next 12 stitches
dc2tog 6x (12 stitches)
1 hdc into next 12 stitches
join with sl st into next stitch
30
6 1 hdc into next 11 stitches
dc2tog 4x (8 stitches)
1 hdc into next 11 stitches
join with sl st in next stitch
26
7 1 hdc into next 10 stitches
dc2tog 3x (6 stitches)
1 hdc into next 10 stitches
join with sl st in next stitch
fasten off and weave in tail
23


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Flower – make 2 (Use 3.5mm/4/E Hook and pastel pink/baby pink coloured yarn)

Make 5 sc into magic ring and join with sl st into 1st sc

Petal 1 Chain 1
3 dc, 1 sc into space under sl st
join with sl st into 2nd sc
Petal 2 Chain 1
3 dc, 1 sc into space under sl st
join with sl st into 3rd sc
Petal 3 Chain 1
3 dc, 1 sc into space under sl st
join with sl st into 4th sc
Petal 4 Chain 1
3 dc, 1 sc into space under sl st
join with sl st into 5th sc
Petal 5 Chain 1
3 dc, 1 sc into space under sl st
join with sl st into the 1st ch 1 from Petal 1
Bring in yarn tail to the back

Sew in flowers onto booties and you’re done!

So easy to make, you’ll get hooked onto making more.  Have fun making these booties. 🙂

 

xoxo
MJ

© 2014 MJ Carlos. Strictly do not copy, sell, alter or re-distribute this pattern in any form. Finished item using this pattern can be sold as long as it is handmade by yourself and credit is given to MJ Carlos/Hello Yellow Yarn for the pattern and design. Images from this pattern (digital & print) are not to be used when selling the finished item.

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3 thoughts on “Baby Girl Slip on Booties – Free Pattern

  1. These are so adorable! I am going to try making them for my friend who just had a baby. Thanks for posting the pattern!

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