Crochet Patterns for Baby and Newborn Booties, Hats and More

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Boy's Slippons Crochet Booties (free Pattern) in 4 sizes


This is the first pattern I actually wrote. I started this as a girl's pattern and realized that just with a few changes, it can be adapted for a boy. There is a lace under the toe flap which helps in making the booties snug on tiny feet.

This was worked using worsted weight yarn and hooks H and F to fit ages 0-3 and 3-6 months. To make bigger sizes you will have to use a hook I too. Pattern is written for sizes 0-3, 3-6, 6-9 and 9-12 months. Picture of every step is included in the pdf in a way even beginners can understand. I was using the leftover yarn I had and I think the purple should have been a tad brighter. The black one looks lovely but the picture fails to capture its real beauty. Place a big button in place of the bow to give it an added edge. Use your imagination and make it your own. Click here for  Free Pattern.










32 comments:

  1. Thanks morafresno, I enjoy my work a lot!

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  2. this is so adorable. can i use your pattern, because i am planning to give a baby shower gift to my friend.

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  3. @aidadham, of course you can use my pattern to make gifts. You are not allowed to pass on my patterns, thats all. If anybody shows interest in the pattern just direct them to my blog. Thanks!

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  4. You're freaking awesome!!! =] Thanks sooo much for sharing your talent!

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  5. I just love love your baby booties. Are you still providing this pattern for free? if so, how can I obtain a copy?

    Thank you so much.

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  6. @Jasmine, click on the link " Free Pattern" in blue in the post above to download the pattern for free.

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  7. these are so cute! I have been looking for a pattern to make for babies in the hospital I already make the afghans and hats/headbands and this would be a great addition. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. thank you so much for the pattern for the Boy's Slippers. Nephew and his wife are having a baby in the next week and this is the perfect thing to make to give with the blanket i made. I really admire your creating skill. Thank you for passing the pattern on to us who can't make our own. Will only use for my own use. Thanks again.... believer...

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  9. I love your crochet creations so much! They are all so cute! Can't wait to finish a pair of these!:) Before I start though I was just wondering for the sole if the slipstitches counted as a stitch in the round? Thank you so much for the pattern!

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  10. Mariah, yes the slip stitches are counted as a stitch.

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  11. Love these. They are so adorable. I made them as a gift for a baby shower and she loved them. You are awesome.
    www.http://memberofmotherhood.blogspot.com

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  12. Hi This is Abigail, I have a question, Are the sold patterns more explaind (detailed) or are they in the same format than the free one? since I hardly read patterns in English (I'm from Mexico). Thank you.

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  13. @Abigail, my patterns on sale are very detailed but are explained in English. So I am afraid you might have trouble understanding them. Sorry!

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  14. Hi crochetDreamz I am new to crochet and I felt in love with the boy's slippons pattern, I made my first slipper but I don't understand what to do with the 25 lace chain in pic 2, thanks for sharing your talent

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  15. Thank you for sharing the pattern!

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  16. I loved this pattern but I'm having a little trouble completing the shoe. I think it would be more helpful with a video.

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  17. CrochetDreamz thanks for sharing the pattern, when I saw the pic I couldn't wait to make them. I'm having trouble finishing it, I don't know what to do with the 25 ch lace. Thanks again.

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    1. The lace is for tying under the flap so that it stays on kicking feet. You can opt not to do it f you wish.

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  18. I just wanted to say thank you for this pattern. I have a hard time following patterns, and this was so easy, I just made my grandson a pair, now I am going to start a pair of the moccasins for my grandaughter who will be born in march. I will also be purchasing your patterns, as they are so easy and cute!

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  19. im having a hard time with the flap im so confused on how to start it and how to finish it to were the flap is attached

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    1. @Priscillia, use the Contact Me form in my blog to ask your questions and I will be able to help you better.

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  20. thanx for the pattern. i liked it so much tht i linked you on my blog. you can visit/join at ALHUMDULILLAH-ana-Muslim.blogspot.com .

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  21. Approximately how long does each slipper take ...for an average person?

    So cute! I really wish to try the pattern.

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  22. I know we can't redistribute the pattern, but is it all right to sell the booties we make from it?

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    1. Yes, you can sell the booties you make but please do not use my pictures.

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  23. i need this patten.can anyone help me to get this pattern.if u have plx send to my mail fairy_919@live.com

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  24. Hi can you tel me wat kind of yarn to use for kids shoes?

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  25. Hi can you tel me what type of yarn to use for this?

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  26. So cute! I'm fairly new at crocheting & reading patterns and I found this one to be pretty fast & easy for me! I did get stuck on the "finishing" part, but I just put it down & came back to it and realized what I was doing wrong...LOL My great nephew's little piggies will be nice & warm now! THANKS!!

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  27. So cute! I linked to them on my blog this morning - http://www.mooglyblog.com/free-crochet-baby-booties-patterns/

    Thanks so much for sharing your pattern!

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  28. I can't download it, it says you're out of bandwidth :( I really want the pattern, is there any way you could email it to me? craftymom1024@Gmail.com is my email address

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