Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

The only thing that’s cuter than babies are baby shoes. And these crochet baby booties are the cutest possible baby shoes you can find.

The little one in your life deserves the absolute best, so why not give it to them? These crochet booties were made for walking. Sort of. They were made for walking and crawling.

You also know that everything about your baby is special – it’s all the more meaningful to crochet the shoes yourself. A plus side? These boots have a little bit of stretch in them. So even though your baby is constantly growing, these shoes will stick around for a while.

Pick two colors of cotton yarn, and start crocheting these baby boots that they’re going to want to keep around even when they finally grow out of them.

You’ll love this easy crochet pattern, that uses the primrose stitch and gives a unique look that no other baby out there’s going to be sporting. That adorable cuff? Come on.

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Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

Supplies:

Abbreviations:

Ch: chain

St: stitch

Sl St: slip stitch

Sc: single crochet

Hdc: half double crochet

Dc: double crochet

Sc2tog: single crochet two together, or an sc decrease

Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

Pattern

Sole:

Ch 8, make two sc in the second ch from the hook, then one sc in each st along the ch. In the last st, make 4 sc, and turn to work down opposite side of the ch. Make one sc in each ch, and two sc in the last ch. sl st to join.

Row 1: ch 1, make an sc in same st. 3 sc into next st, then a sc in the next 6 st. Make 3 sc into the next st, one sc into the next, then 3 sc into the next st. Make an sc into the next 6 st, and 3 s in the last. Sl st to join, ch 1

Row 2: repeat inc from row 1, with 10 sc between corners.

Row 3: make one sc in each st around

Row 4: make one flsc in each st around. Break yarn.

Row 5: attach contrasting color, make one sc into each st, break yarn

Row 6 & 7: attach the main color, making one sc into each st.

Instep:

Ch 10, sc into the second ch from hook, sc into each ch.

Row 1 & 2: sc

Row 3: in first two st sc2tog, sc across, making one more sc2tog

Row 4 & 5: repeat row 3, break yarn after the last row

Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

Cuff:

Ch 32, in the second ch from hook make a sc, ch 2, and another sc into the same sp. Sk 2 st, repeat (sc, ch 2, sc) across, making a hdc into the last st.

Row 1: make 3 dc in each ch 2 of the previous row. At end of the row, make a dc into the ch 2 of the previous row.

Row 2: ch 2, (sc, ch 2, sc) in the second dc of the first cluster, repeat in each cluster across. At end of the row, make a hdc in ch 3 of the previous row, ch 3

Row 3: repeat row 1

Row 4: repeat row 2

Row 5: repeat row 1

Row 6: repeat row 2

Row 7: repeat row 1

Row 8: repeat row 2

Row 9: repeat row 1, break yarn.

Construction:

Secure toe of sole the center of the instep, then whip st in place, using about half the length of the shoe.

Using your tapestry needle and yarn, whip stitch or slip stitch the edges of the cuff together, right side touching. Turn right side out, place over foot piece, whip stitch in place.

Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern

You know you love to spoil your little one. So now that you’ve got them these cute crochet boots, you might want to make a new crochet project for them next. Make them an adorable matching crochet toy to go along with their brand-new shoes. 

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Primrose Baby Boots Crochet Pattern
1 Response
  • Gerri Dickson
    August 23, 2020

    I love the look of your garments and am looking forward to using some of your patterns. I have been reading some and you have written them very clearly.

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