Craft Show Crochet Baby Booties Pattern – Newborn

Craft Show Crochet Baby Booties

A very quick and simple crochet baby bootie to whip up for the craft show. Only 6 rounds! I hope you love my Craft Show Crochet Baby Booties Pattern just as much as I do. Yes, you may use my pattern to make and sell booties! Enjoy!

For Visual Learners crochet along with me in the Craft Show Crochet Baby Booties Video Tutorial

Materials Required

Small amount of Red Heart With Love Yarn (medium worsted weight, category 4)

Colored Yarns pictured above are:


Hot Pink




6.0mm Crochet Hook/ U.S J/10 Crochet Hook

Craft Scissors

Yarn Needle

Skill Level


Sole/Shoe Measurements

Newborn to 3 Months Old = 3 inches/7.5 cms – these will stretch a little also because of the type of yarn so any little foot will fit between the stated age range.

Stitches & Terms

This pattern is using U.S. stitches and terms. To convert stitches go to my Crochet Stitch Conversion Chart.

BLs = Back Loops

ch = chain

ch-1 = 1 chain stitch previously made

dc2tog = double crochet 2 stitches together

hdc = half double crochet

hdc2tog = half double crochet 2 stitches together

hk = hook

rnd = round

sc = single crochet

sp = space

st = stitch

sts = stitches

unused loops = loops at the bottom of a stitch already made

Basic Crochet Stitch Video Tutorials

Written Instructions (Make 2)


Using Red Heart With Love Yarn and 6.0mm crochet hook, ch 6.

Rnd 1: 1 sc into 2nd ch from hk and into each of the next 3 sts, 5 sc into the last ch st, (next work into the unused loops and over the yarn tail) 1 sc into each of the next 3 unused loops, 2 sc into last unused loop, sl st into 1st sc to join. (14 sts)

Rnd 2: ch 2, 1 hdc into same sp as join and into each of the next 3 sts, 2 hdc into each of the next 5 sts, 1 hdc into each of the next 3 sts, 2 hdc into each of the last 2 sts, sl st into top of ch-2 to join. (22 sts)


Rnd 3: ch 1, (work into BLs of each st for this rnd only) 1 sc into same sp as ch-1, 1 sc into each st around to the end, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Rnd 4: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as ch-1, 1 sc into each st around to the end, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Top of Toe

Rnd 5: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as ch-1, 1 sc into each of the next 4 sts, hdc2tog (twice), dc2tog (twice), hdc2tog (twice), 1 sc into each of the next 5 sts, sl st into 1st sc to join. (16 sts)


Rnd 6: ch 1, 1 sc into same sp as ch-1, ch 1, * sk 1 st, 1 sc into next st, ch 1, rep from * around to the end, sl st into 1st sc to join.

Finish off.

Weave yarn tail in with a yarn needle.

Optional – weave a ribbon/cord in and out of the sps on the last round and tie a bow at the front.

Share a photo of your Craft Show Crochet Baby Booties on the Crochet Hooks You Facebook Page.

All the best,

Paula Daniele


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Amazon Review:

Well, this was the first pattern book I ever purchased and I’ve made plenty of cute little booties for my little girl and one pair for a friend.

I found the instructions easy to follow, and if there was a stitch I didn’t know there is a chart in the back which is very handy.

It would have been nice if it had color pages but at least you have a color picture on the front and back covers.




Paula Daniele allows permission for you to use this pattern for making and selling items.

If you wish to make reference to this pattern it must contain a link to this page at Crochet Hooks You.

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About Paula

I'm the Crochet Designer, Teacher & Video Producer of Crochet Hooks You.

I taught myself how to crochet when I was a young girl and quickly picked up how to crochet the granny square and got hooked. Read More.


  1. Dana Johnson Jones says:

    Would it be possible for you to also include what you think the finished selling price should be? Some people really stress over pricing and so many price to low. I like to be about the same price as everyone else that might be selling the same item. Just a thought….Thanks, Dana

    • Paula says:

      Thanks for mentioning that, Dana. Here in Australia the feedback I’ve had about these booties are that they are willing to pay around $12AUD for a pair of booties such as these.

      • Dana Johnson Jones says:

        Thank you Paula, I will have to get out my conversion chart…I think pricing is so hard for people….Is it possible to start putting a suggested retail price with your patterns? Thank you for all you do….

  2. Jennasie says:

    I am always able to follow your written patterns, and I am unable to watch the videos so that is a plus. However I do not know what “sk” stands for. It isn’t in your list of abbreviations.

    Could you explain?

    • Paula says:

      Hello Jennasie,

      sk = skip (skip a stitch or miss a stitch and move onto the next one.)

  3. Katie says:

    Hi, I just wanted to tell you I think your videos are amazing 🙂 I made these booties and you did such a great job with the tutorial they look exactly like yours! I’m not doing this for money it’s more of a stress reliever and I just started doing in this week so thank you!

    • Paula says:

      Hello Katie, Thank you so much for letting me know you think my videos are amazing, so nice to hear! That’s great that your booties turned out like mine!

  4. Noodle says:

    Hi hi! First I like to thank you for your cute booties video, I really really like those booties and It’s very helpful for a new crocheter like me but I have a little problem that the booties came out very small when I finish it. I’ve tried again and again but it still come out the same. I follow your video step by step and I cannot find which chain I miss. I’ve never crochet before, this is the first time for me. I attend to do it for my brother’s baby. Anyway, I’ll try again and do my best. ^__^

  5. Pammy says:

    Love these booties 8)

    • Paula says:

      Thanks Pammy. 🙂 They sure are cutie booties!

  6. Liz S. says:

    Thanks for sharing such a great video!! I loved making your booties! Can’t wait to make more! 🙂

    • Paula says:

      Hi Liz, you’re welcome! I’m glad you enjoyed yourself making these booties. 🙂

  7. Agnes says:

    I love these, thanks for sharing I made one for my nephew in blue, and a white one for granddaughter.

  8. Diane T says:

    Hi Paula,

    I love this cute pattern.

    Thanks for sharing with us

    I love this pattern I reach 9 pair already

    • Paula says:

      Hi Dianne, thank you. Wow, 9 pairs already! Well done!

  9. Nicole says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern!!! I have been able to make so many wonderful booties with it!! Sending love from Waterbury, CT!!!!

  10. Barb boran says:

    I have a question. When you work this bootie does the tail that you cut end up on the outside of the sole.. Is that the case whenever u work in the round I.e.. Like a hat. I always start to turn it so the tail is on the inside. What about the ridge you get when you work in the back loop. Is that ridge on the inside of the shoe or the outside. About how big should the sole turn out.
    Thank you so much for such a great video and pattern.

    • Paula says:

      Hi Barb, you cut the end tail from the inside of the bootie and the ridge should display on the outside.

  11. Zoe says:


    I love all having a go at all your patterns and watching the tutorials!
    My daughter has really long feet and she’s just 3 months so I’m wondering if I could make these booties just a little bit bigger somehow?

    Thanks! 🙂

    • Paula says:

      Thank you Zoe. I have this same pattern in 3-6 mth old size. You will find it in the Babies category.

  12. Winnie says:

    I just wanted to thank you for all you do! I have a very small baby, she was born just over four pounds and have had such a hard time finding anything to fit her feet. I’ve never crochet before and started googling baby booties and ended up at one of your youtube instructional videos. Using your videos I have been making her booties and am just so happy now to have items to put on her feet. Thank you again so much for sharing your gift, it has made such a difference! 🙂

    • Paula says:

      You’re very welcome,
      Winnie! I’m so happy you’ve been able to make booties for your baby. I wish you and your family all the best for a lovely future!

  13. Kasha says:

    OMG I’ve been trying for 2 years to make booties and have problems watching videos but after reading it and failing I watched your video once and nailed it first try. Thank you so much!!

    • Paula says:

      That’s awesome, Kasha!! So nice to hear it! 😀

  14. Sarah says:

    Thank you for an easy to read and follow pattern! I’ve been trying to figure out booties and had a heck of a time. I managed to make the first one right along with the video and finished a second in less than ten min. Thank you!!

    • Paula says:

      You’re welcome, Sarah! Really happy to hear you can now make booties. The video tutorials make it so much easier to teach and for you and others to learn.

  15. Aqsa says:

    Thank you for an easy pattern. For new born booties what hook size we can use? And can we make them with 8 ply baby yarn? Thanks

    • Paula says:

      Hello Aqsa, You’re welcome. You will find the hook size you need in the pattern and video tutorial for the size you are looking for. You will need to use Australian 10 ply yarn if you are using Australian yarn.

  16. Ann says:

    Hi Paula love all your tutorials, i have made lots of your slippers and they are brillant, would love to try a baby cardigan, have you any tutorial on that, Ann

    • Paula says:

      Thanks so much, Ann. Slippers are so much fun to make… and wear! 🙂

      I haven’t done a baby cardigan yet but it’s on the list to do.

      All the best,
      Paula Daniele 🙂

  17. Ann says:

    Ops and thank you for all your work, it is so easy to follow thanks again Ann

  18. Emma says:

    Just found your conversion chart. 🙂

  19. Hi Paula,

    I learn a lot with you. Thank you for all your great work!
    I have made those booties and they are so pretty. 😀

    Have a nice w-end,

    Montreal, Canada

    • Paula says:

      Hello Francine,

      That’s wonderful. You’re welcome!

      It’s nice to hear that your booties have turned out so pretty. Thanks for letting me know.

  20. Iris says:

    I like your cute patterns so good of you share with us thanks

  21. Nicola says:

    These are adorable and look so quick and easy. I am going to get out my worsted yarn bits and pieces today and make some for my next craft market. Thank you 🙂

  22. Priyanka says:

    Hi Paula,

    I am new to crochet….just learnt by watching you videos..i have a question….I have a 1 month old cn I convert your 9-12 month old pattern for my baby….or if u have any link to do that..please post it in here…..

    • Paula says:

      Hello Priyanka, this is the right pattern to follow for your 1 month old baby.

  23. craftygirl says:

    hi paula I am a UK crater and i am enjoying learn ing off you videos. they are a lot easier than th us versions of the sme thing and there are going to be a lot of warm tiny baby feet in the coming months I tie uo the booties with you little beanie and a pair of little socks and in a pretty bag it makes a great gift for a new born .my local market sell pretty buttons with ducks and teddies in pink and blue and thry are good for finishing off . thanks a lot and long live youtube vicki j

  24. Laurie says:

    Hi Paula,
    I wanted to thank you for your great video on the newborn baby booties. I have been looking and looking for an easy pattern, as I’m a fairly new crocheter, and this one was perfect. I love how you pace your videos, and your camera placement, so we can see exactly what you are doing. Everything moves along, but you don’t rush either.
    Thank you so much for sharing all your knowledge in such an exemplary way.

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