Pink Lady Baby Booties - Free Crochet Pattern


Don't you just love those days when you have such a vibrant burst of inspiration that you can't help but want to start creating something new? Well, this happened to me last week which resulted in the design of 3 darling pairs of baby booties, which I just as eagerly crocheted within 3 days! 

Due to this exciting and creative week I knew I had to place one of my favourite pairs on the blog for you all to enjoy... So without further ado, here is my latest pattern for a pair of dainty Pink Lady Baby Booties!

However, if one pair of vintage booties is just not enough, I also have a pattern for a pair of darling Rosebud Mary Janes and Little Lady Baby Booties!



What You'll Need
3.50mm (E) Crochet Hook
80yds DK Yarn (8ply) - King Cole Cottonsoft (Rose Petal, Ecru)
Tapestry Needle

Size:
Pattern is made for 0 - 6 months old. Changes for size 6- 12 months are in [ ]. 
Finished Measurements (Sole Length)
 0 - 6 month old – 9cm 
6 - 12 month old – 10cm

Gauge
4 rows & 5 stitches in hdc  = 1 Inch

Stitches & Abbreviations

st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
sl st - slip stitch
dc2tog - double crochet 2 together

Pattern
Click here to Download the "Pink Lady Baby Booties Pattern"!



Hope you all enjoyed the pattern for these delightful baby booties!
If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page.
I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,


24 comments:

  1. Thank you! I have a new baby to make something for and these are adorable!

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  2. Just darling, Olivia! Sharing of course!!! xoxo

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  3. Just darling, Olivia! Sharing of course!!! xoxo

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  4. it loads a html file not pdf is there a way for me to email you so you could send it to me?

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  5. I made these out of Red Heart yarn and I didn't like them. I am not a fan of acrylic yarn, but anyway, I thought a thinner yarn would look better, so I used Loops & Threads super fine yarn, I used 2 strands and they turned out smaller than the pattern size I made (I expected that) but they are cute.

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  6. Knitting is a very creative thing to do which very beautiful and lovely when we see it being completed. I really loved this pink cute baby shoe. It seems easy for everyone to knit but it really require interest at the most. I ham trying to learn it a do a similar type of shoes. Thanks for inspiring me with this blog.

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    1. Boy, if this isn't the fishiest comment!

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    2. Just finished crocheting this bootie, Olivia. It is just darling! Thank you so much for sharing your pattern and talent. I did notice a couple errors in the PDF file though. In round 6 it states to 1 sc2tog at the end of the round which shouldn't be as there isn't two stitches left to do this. Also, in row 4 of the cuff, it states to sc in first stitch, chain 4, sc in next stitch and repeat 14 times. Should it not read sc in first stitch, chain 4, skip next stitch and sc in the next stitch? Otherwise you would have 28 scallops instead of 14.

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    3. I have the same problem it states 34 st I get 33 in round 6

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    4. Indeed, I noticed the error in row 6 as well and planned to solve this the same way you proposed.

      I also have a problem with row 5 of the 'top op shoe': if my calculations are correct, this row would require 46 stitches on row 4: 15 + (6 * (2 + 1)) + 13 = 46. But changing the instructions would result in a wrong amount of stitches for row 5.

      Am I right?
      How did you guys solve this?

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  7. Here is a free crochet pattern of Pink lady baby booties. Choice of color and the pattern and everything was superb and it's an eye-catching design. Obviously, it will create new trend.

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  8. This will surely create the trend in the market. Specially that pink color that which enhances its beauty also the design of the baby booties is really superb. It looks very pretty.

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  9. I Love these, they are precious and my First pair making. I going to reread
    pattern though as I think I have missed something. Row 7 do you double back or continue around? I will reread again.
    Thank you for a Wonderful Free pattern :)
    Bless You!

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  10. Oh this was a nice model. looking very simple and the color is also good. I hope this will surely liked by the small kids.

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  11. What for beautiful little shoes for a baby-girl. I love it!
    Thank you for the free pattern
    hugs from Germany - Andrea

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  14. Cute baby shoe. I like it a lot. Pink is my favorite color and I always prefer pink while choosing anything for me.

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  15. I cannot get this pattern to print! It prints 1/2" on the right side and the Source info at top of page and at bottom of page! I prefer to copy and paste, but it would not allow me to, I prefer that way, because I travel a lot, and I can abbreviate the pattern words and have only one SHEET of paper to carry along. Thanks, Susan

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  17. Priscilla Laybolt14 April 2017 at 10:10

    Love the bootees. Thank you for sharing, much appreciated.

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