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Baby Boots – Crochet Patterns for Little Feet

By on June 13, 2015

Baby Boots labeledI went looking for baby booties earlier this week and found so many that I loved, I had to split the list in two parts. Here is part 2 – Baby Boots! These are usually for winter babies but I try and work some of these up in the summer time so I have them on hand for fall and winter craft shows. Baby booties are always my most popular product. Here are my favorites.

Callen Baby Boots by Frayed Knot ~ Jonna added lots of finishing options to these textured boots. They stay on baby’s feet really well.Callen

Button Strap Baby Loafers by Crochet by Jennifer ~ Suede-like yarn works perfectly for these little loafers.Button Strap Booties

Wellington Boots by Inventorium ~ The small details are what make these boots special. Alana from Inventorium always takes special care to include tips to make your project incredible.Wellington

Willow Boots by Inventorium ~ These look precious on baby girl’s little feet!willow_044_medium2

Baby Wrap Boots by Two Girls Patterns ~ These are a must-make for winter babies and great for fall and winter craft fairs!Baby Wrap Boots

Crochet Cuffed Baby Booties by Repeat Crafter Me ~ These boots are classy and great for boys and girls. The color possibilities are endless.cuffedbootboy1_medium

Monster Boots by Briana K ~ Boo! How cute is this??? Baby Monster boots, I love it!Monster Boots

Indie Boots by Inventorium ~ Another great pattern that can go with any baby outfit. indy_etsy_036_medium2

Crew Boots by Mon Petit Violon ~ I have my yarn ready for these boots and I am just waiting for a friend to tell me she is having a boy. These are precious!Crew Boots

Mia Slouch Boots by Two Girls Patterns ~ I can’t keep Mia Boots in my craft fair inventory for more than a day. They sell like crazy. It’s a great pattern.Mia Slouch

 

Do you have any go-to patterns for Baby Boots? Please share in the comments.

~ Emily

About Emily Truman

Emily is the Assistant Editor at Happily Hooked Magazine and the owner at Em's Corner. She is a WAHM with 4 kids. She has a passion for crochet and sharing the art with others.

3 Comments

  1. Asia

    February 3, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    I absolutely LOVE Two Girls Patterns! I have so many of their patterns and they are so well written & formatted!

  2. Brenda Bunn

    June 1, 2016 at 8:41 pm

    How does one become a WAHM. I am a retired RN. My passion is crochet but I knit socks. I would love to share my work with others but don’t know how to go about doing it. Began crocheting at the age of 9, 50 years ago.

    • Emily Truman

      June 1, 2016 at 8:58 pm

      Have you opened up an Etsy store or a blog? That is the first step that I would take. I also highly recommend the American Crochet Association. They have excellent resources to help crocheters.

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