Handmade Cuteness! 35+ Booties & Shoes

Ready for some cuteness? This is the list for you! Here are dozens of free tutorials for making adorable baby booties, shoes and slippers. I’ve separated the collection into three lists so they’re nicely organized for you: Fabric & Sewn, Knitting and Crochet Patterns. Enjoy!

Sewn

taoofcraft.typepad.com
taoofcraft.typepad.com
Modern: Made with heavy home dec cotton, fusible interfacing and a strip of velcro, lined with wool felt. pdf downloads in four different sizes.

Cloth: Scraps of cute fabric, bonded fleece, interfacing and some elastic are all that’s needed to make these cuties.

stardustshoes.blogspot.ca
stardustshoes.blogspot.ca
heatherbaileydesign.com
heatherbaileydesign.com
Bitty: Made with thick wool suiting, felt or soft leather, decorative thread, fabric and decorative trim scraps (for embellishment).

Mila: Features a sweet ruffle across the top and an elastic strap over the top of the foot.

fleetingthing.com
fleetingthing.com
ctpubblog.com
ctpubblog.com
Happy Feet: Made with felt, narrow ribbon for ties and embroidery cotton for embellishment.

Kimono: Made with 2 coordinating fabrics, applique adhesive, trim and bonded fusible fleece interfacing.

myhomespunthreads.blogspot.ca
myhomespunthreads.blogspot.ca
marthastewart.com
marthastewart.com
Felt: Made with felt, fusible webbing tape, snaps for closure.

Cowboy Boots: Made with felt-backed vinyl, brass jump rings, velcro, embroidery thread and crafty bits for embellishments.

naptimecrafters.com
naptimecrafters.com
marthastewart.com
marthastewart.com
Fortune Cookie: Made with polar fleece in two contrasting colors and non-slip fabric for the soles.

Fabric: Pretty ‘lil boots lined with flannel and embellished with yo-yos (optional).

mollychicken.blogs.com
mollychicken.blogs.com
rhythmofthehome.com
rhythmofthehome.com
Fleece: Made with a fat quarter of heavy pile fleece, a scrap of cotton and a piece of elastic.

Pleated Mary Janes: A soft pair with a twist to the classic Mary Janes.

shwinandshwin.blogspot.ca
shwinandshwin.blogspot.ca
icandabble.blogspot.ca
icandabble.blogspot.ca
Bloom: A ruffly flower & straps are stitched onto a wee felt sole for these cuties.

Fleece: Made for toddlers (size 7/8), these lined cozies feature a strap & velcro closure for easy wear.

leafytreetopspot.blogspot.ca
leafytreetopspot.blogspot.ca
craftzine.com
craftzine.com
LED Firefly: A cute denim pair that lights up like fireflies with two yellow LEDs that are attached on top.

Knitting

calistayoo.blogspot.ca
calistayoo.blogspot.ca
Babystovler: Uses yarn in 2 different colors and worked on US #5 needles. Finished size is newborn (3.5 inches).

Braided Tie: Easy to make in contrasting colors. Sized to fit 0-3 months.

chopped-tomatoes.com
chopped-tomatoes.com
purlbee.com
purlbee.com
Moccasins: Made with DPNs and finished size is 3 1/2″ from heel to toe (infant).

Tulip Toes: Featuring a close fitting foot & I-Cord closure, no-sew finishing (block then weave the I-Cord tie through the petals).

knitty.com
knitty.com
pickinandthrowin.blogspot.ca
pickinandthrowin.blogspot.ca
Seamless: Worked on DPNs or on a long circular needle, project begins at the bottom and works up toward the cuff.

Christine’s: This is a pattern originally shared by a 95 year old woman who wanted her design to live on. Made with fingering weight yarn and DPNs.

fuzzygalore.biz
fuzzygalore.biz
saartjeknits.nl
saartjeknits.nl
Saartje’s: Two sizes available (3 1/4″ heel to toe; the other 3 3/4″).

Flower Buds: Sweet rosebud embellishments top these folded charmers. Two sizes available (0-3 months, 3-6 months).

susanbanderson.blogspot.ca
susanbanderson.blogspot.ca
fleeglesblog.blogspot.ca
fleeglesblog.blogspot.ca
Saartje’s Fleeglized: Adapted to a seamless method and worked on two circulars or 5 DPNs if desired.

Petit Chou: Quick and simple project worked on circulars and DPNs, includes a matching top.

sockpixie.blogspot.ca
sockpixie.blogspot.ca
howstuffworks.com
howstuffworks.com
Mary Janes: Soft & silky worked in the classic design of Mary Janes. Sized to fit 0-6 months (approximately 3″).

Snuggly Best: This snuggly pair is as easy to make as they are adorable! Sized to fit 3-6 months (approximately 4 1/2″).

howstuffworks.com
howstuffworks.com
sharonwatterson.wordpress.com
sharonwatterson.wordpress.com
Strawberry: Cute project featuring little crocheted flowers at the angle, sized to fit 0-3 months and knit with cotton or a wool blend.

Greemy: Knit with both straight and DPNs to reduce seam-sewing, two colours are yarn are used.

chopped-tomatoes.com
chopped-tomatoes.com
knitty.com
knitty.com
Duck Socks: Ha! How cute are these! Sized for Infant (3-9 months), measures 5″ (length of foot) x 4.5″ (cuff circumference).

Magic Slippers: Newborn size but can easily be made larger, these are worked on circulars or DPTS if you prefer.

sockpixie.blogspot.ca
sockpixie.blogspot.ca

Crochet

goodknits.com
goodknits.com
Toddler Slippers: Easy project that whips up quickly, made with worsted weight yarn and a size H hook.

Mary Janes: Made with size 10 cotton thread, a size 7 hook (or larger) and topped with a button.

newthingcrochet.blogspot.ca
newthingcrochet.blogspot.ca
diymaven.com
diymaven.com
Elfin: Features little jingle bells on the front flaps.

Ballet: Charming design made to fit a 3 to 6 month old (increase needle size and yarn thickness for larger).

rhythmofthehome.com
rhythmofthehome.com
marthastewart.com
marthastewart.com
Crocheted: Each bootie is worked in three separate pieces: sole, vamp, and ankle strap and then stitched together to form them.

Felted Cowboy: Finished size is for 9-12 months but can be adjusted larger or smaller if you wish. Star embellishments are added after felting.

urbanmrktplace.com
urbanmrktplace.com
sarahsweethearts.blogspot.com
sarahsweethearts.blogspot.com
Folded Design: A “T” piece is made then folded into shape and stitched together with a whip stitch along the front and sides.

With Bows: Too sweet! Made with worsted weight yarn and a US G hook (4mm).

jaysboutiqueblog.blogspot.ca
jaysboutiqueblog.blogspot.ca

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Comments

    • Thea
    Reply

    About how many yards are need to make a pair of crochet Mary Janes for a 12 month old baby, I was told something like 121 yrds, but I’m really not sure. Plus how much is a fair price for these if I were just to buy a pair from someone who can make them? This lady asked me for $5.00 and shenwould make them. Is that about right?Thank you and God Bless!

    • Sandi
    Reply

    Love your patterns Thanks soooooo much Any thoughts on a bootie made from really heavy wool such as cowichan?

    • Sherry
    Reply

    Being one of the lucky ones who sews, knits AND crochets, I think I’ve gone to bootie heaven, thank you so much for all of these!

    • May
    Reply

    Love all the Booties patterns
    When i find the time shall have to try them!

    • Sharon Selby
    Reply

    I was wondering if these patterns could be brought down to the size of an American Doll size. I have a granddaughter that has a doll and they would dearly like to get some patterns for bootees or shoe patterns. I don’t knit or Crochet myself but my daughter does…

      • Jay's Boutique
      Reply

      Sharon, I am the designer of the Bow Baby Booties, and I don’t know about other patterns but with mine you can make the smallest size and use sport weight yarn/smaller hook for a smaller boot. Hope that helps!

    • Helen
    Reply

    If only I had more time…will certainly try them out, they are beautiful.

    • Carmen Russell
    Reply

    Lovely booties to sew i might be making some soon.THANK YOU.

    • sajjad
    Reply

    Such a wonderful pattern! Thank you so much

    • Rosemarie
    Reply

    Love this!

    Do you have any patterns for crocheted baby headbands?
    Am going crazy looking for them
    Help, please?

    • kathie Chalmers
    Reply

    I so love the knitted booties thank you that should keep me busy for a while

    • Sandra :)
    Reply

    I’m making baby gifts right now for my sister to gift to her friends that are having kids or grandies — thank you for all the great ideas (and all of your hard work!!) – I’ll be in my sewing room for DAYS, lolol!

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