Whether it’s an easy pattern you want or something more challenging, these 10 free, adorable patterns for baby booties have you covered
Whenever I know someone who is about to have a baby, here’s what I do:
- I take a look at their baby registry. I make note of colors and styles noted on the registry.
- I ignore the registry and knit something.
Okay, #2 is not entirely accurate. I don’t ignore the registry; I use the hints it offers of favored colors and styles to inform my knitting pattern choices.
But the fact remains that I rarely actually buy something from the registry. I mean, what else are my knitting skills for, if not to make adorable baby stuff for people I love?
I suspect that you probably feel the same, which is why you’re here on this page promising 10 free baby bootie knitting patterns. Right?
Right. So let’s get to the patterns!
Below, you’ll find two different series of knitting patterns for baby booties. The first set are quick and easy; the second set are more challenging.
Pick a style you like and start those needles!
Need Quick & Easy? These Are Your Patterns
A la Sascha’s Easiest, Fastest Simple Booties, Baby Uggs and Baby Mary Janes Patterns: Dutch designer A la Sascha created these three extraordinarily easy bootie patterns. The blog posts begin in Dutch, but English translations and download links are just short scrolls away.
These are so adorable, you probably won’t stop with just one variation!
Dreamy Baby Booties: These adorable booties are definitely dreamy! They are knit entirely in the round, so no seaming is necessary.
Nickie’s Rolled Cuff Baby Booties: This so-cute pattern is knitted flat and seamed at the end. If you prefer knitting flat or haven’t yet progressed to circular knitting, this is a great option for you.
Bows Before Bros: These incredibly sweet bowed booties are far easier to make than they appear!
Ready for More Spice? These Are Your Patterns
Little Converse: These precious booties are designed to resemble actual Converse tennis shoes. Too cute!
Dino Baby Booties: With cables to resemble dinosaur “ridges” and an adorable “dinosaur edge,” these clever booties just cry out to be knitted!
Hooties: You know I can’t resist a pair of baby booties with an owl design knitted in!
Strawberry Booties: How about booties that look like strawberries? Too sweet! (Pun intended.)
You may never need to search for a knitting pattern for baby booties again, armed with these beauties. So keep this collection handy the next time you hear of an upcoming baby with feet that will need covering!