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Crochet Baby Bootie Socks – Free Pattern and Video

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Hi Everyone!  I am super excited to share this highly requested tutorial today.  I am constantly asked if I have a crochet baby bootie pattern and the answer is now… yes!  I plan to do more of these, but the first one I wanted to be super simple.

Video Tutorial – Slow for Beginners

Crochet Baby Bootie Socks

Want this as a free pdf (no ads)?  Click HERE and it will get sent to your email! Includes size chart and variations!


Materials:

Yarn: Small worsted

Hook: G 4mm or H 5mm hook

Yarn needle

Scissors

Newborn needs to be 3 inches long. 2 inches for toe portion and 1 inch for heel. 

6-12 month size needs to be 4 inches long total

Instructions:



Make the toe

Begin with a magic ring (magic ring video)

sc 5 in the ring, join with slip stitch, ch 1

2sc in each stitch all the way around. Join with slip stitch, ch 1(total of 10 stitches)

2sc in the first stitch, sc 1 in the next and repeat. Join with slip stitch, ch 1. (total of 15 stitches)

2sc, sc 2, repeat. Join with slip stitch, ch 1(20 stitches total) Stop here for 0-3 month size

2sc, sc 3, repeat. Join with slip stitch, ch 1(25 stitches total) Stop here for 6-12 month size



Make the heel

For the newborn size (0-3), once the toe reaches 2 inches you are ready to do the heel.

It doesn’t matter where you start the heel, chain 1, turn your work and sc across until you have reached half way around the toe.

ch 1 and sc back across, ch 1 and turn and repeat until your heel is 1 inch or desired size.

flip heel right side together and sew the seam closed with a yarn needle. fasten off and trim.



Make the ankle portion

Reattach the yarn at the back of the sock and ch 1.  sc 1 all the way around to form the “tube” or ankle part of the sock.  Along the side of the heel, the stitches won’t be obvious, and that’s ok – just be sure you have the same number of stitches on both sides.

sc in each stitch all the way around until you reach the desired size for the crochet baby bootie.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

Ideas for Variations

Click HERE to get the instructions for the variations in pdf form for these crochet baby bootie options.

You can make a fold over option 😉

You can make a pretty edge 😉




You can also add a bow.  These are just a few that I made samples for, I’d love to see your creativity! How will you embellish this simple crochet baby bootie?

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Need a baby blanket to go with your booties? Try this one!

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