Here is a free version of my Baby Christmas Crochet Booties Ornament Pattern. This cute little crochet ornament is perfect for baby’s first Christmas and will be a keepsake that your family will cherish forever! This pattern is beginner-friendly and works up quickly, plus it’s a great stash-buster project! Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.
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#handmadeholidays gift idea!
These baby Christmas crochet booties are undoubtedly the most adorable handmade holiday gift for all new parents! You can also pair them with my Spring Beanie Crochet Pattern (available in 8 sizes, including preemie & newborn) to make the cutest little baby gift set.
This baby ornament crochet pattern is beginner-friendly and works up super quickly. So, you can easily whip up a few of these to sell if you’re running a booth at a holiday craft fair! If you’re looking for more quick and easy projects to make for holiday gifts and markets, you can also try some of these popular patterns: Velvet Scrunchies, Coffee Cup Cozy, Cozy Ribbed Headband.
This pattern is a great stash-buster project! It’s perfect for using up yarn scraps, and you can get creative with it! There is no specific yarn that you have to use. Make your booties in one solid color, use a different color for the cuff, or come up with your own unique color pattern! Keep reading for some more creative ideas and check the MATERIALS section for a few yarn recommendations.
These blue & white booties in my crochet pattern sample photos were made using Paintbox Yarns Simply DK in Seafoam Blue and Paper White.
Some cute & creative ideas:
- Use a fuzzy yarn for the cuff (such as Lion Brand Chenille Appeal or Go Handmade Bohème Velvet)
- Combine your yarn with a strand of glitter thread to give your baby Christmas crochet booties a sparkly/festive look (such as Hobbii Diablo Glitter or Go Handmade Party Deluxe)
I made this pair of sparkly booties for my baby’s 1st Christmas in 2020. Since she was born less than two weeks before Christmas, I made a matching pair as a gift for my amazing obstetrician for helping to bring my beautiful baby into the world. ♡
The sequin yarn I used was purchased ages ago, and while I’ve looked for it at every yarn store imaginable, I can’t find anything quite like it. For a similar look, my best suggestion would be to combine your yarn with a strand of Go Handmade Party Deluxe yarn.
Here’s another festive idea created by one of my lovely pattern testers, Meisha. Change colors after every round to create your own Christmas-y elf booties!
This adorable, fluffy red & white baby Christmas crochet booties ornament was made using Paintbox Yarns Simply DK in Pillar Red and Lion Brand Yarn Chenille Appeal in Coconut Milk.
Crochet Hook: 3.5mm
Yarn: DK / light worsted (less than 30yds needed)
- Some recommended yarns:
- Paintbox Yarns Simply DK & Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK
- Bernat Softee Baby
- James C. Brett Twinkle DK & James C. Brett Baby Shimmer DK
- Hobbii Rainbow Glitter & Hobbii Rainbow Cotton
- Lion Brand Truboo Sparkle Yarn
- Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton DK Yarn
- Lion Brand Mandala Sequins & Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle
- WeCrochet Swish DK
Or anything in your stash of scraps!
Most of these lovely yarns listed above are available at LoveCrafts.com!
Other: One ornament hook, scissors, and a yarn needle for weaving in ends
Gauge & Finished Measurements:
GAUGE: 1” x 1” swatch = 6 sts x 4 rows, worked over HDC
The gauge and final measurements for this pattern are not that important since it will not actually be worn.
For reference, one of my finished booties is about 1.75″ x 1″ x 1.5″ (length x width x height) using the recommended materials in this pattern.
You can adjust the size of your booties by using a larger or smaller crochet hook and thinner or thicker yarn. Use a larger crochet hook and/or thicker yarn to make larger booties. Conversely, use a smaller crochet hook and/or thinner yarn to make smaller booties.
|HDC||Half Double Crochet|
|DC2TOG||Double Crochet 2 Stitches Together|
|SL ST||Slip Stitch|
- This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
- Pattern written in US crochet terms
- The stitch count at the end of each round is shown in parenthesis ( )
- The ch 1 at the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch.
- When you see a number directly in front of the stitch, such as (5sc), work 5 sc sts into the same stitch.
- When a number is written after the stitch, such as (sc 5), work 1 sc st into each of the next 5 sts.
- Join each round with a slip stitch in the first stitch of the round. Then, work the first stitch of every round into the same stitch.
Baby Christmas Crochet Booties Ornament:
Round 1: Sc 1 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 5. Work 5sc into the last ch. Working along the opposite side of the ch, sc 5, then work 2sc into the last ch. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (18)
Round 2: Ch 1, 2hdc in the 1st st. Hdc 5. 2hdc in each of the next 5 sts. Hdc 5. 2hdc in each of the last 2 sts. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (26)
ROUND 3: Ch 1, hdc 26 in the back loops only. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (26)
ROUND 4: Ch 1, hdc 26. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (26)
ROUND 5: Ch 1, hdc 7. Dc2tog 6 times. Hdc 7. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (20)
ROUND 6: Ch 1, hdc 6. Dc2tog 4 times. Hdc 6. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (16)
Note: if you’d like your cuff to be a different color, change colors on round 7.
ROUND 7: Ch 1, sc 16. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (16)
Note: we turn the booties on round 8 to start crocheting the cuff. This will keep all the stitches on the right side when the cuff is folded over.
ROUND 8: Ch 1, turn, hdc 16. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (16)
ROUND 9: Ch 1, hdc 16. Join with a sl st in the first st of the round. (16)
ROUNDS 10-11: Repeat round 9.
Cut the yarn, FO, and weave in ends. Then, fold the cuff over.
Repeat the pattern to make a second bootie.
Continue to the Finishing Instructions.
Baby Booties Ornament Crochet Pattern Photo Guide:
Here’s a step-by-step photo guide to demonstrate how to crochet your baby booties.
Next, make a long chain (ch about 70). Leave long enough tails at the beginning and end of the chain to tie onto each bootie.
Cut the yarn and FO. Then, tie a bow in the middle of your chain.
Tie one end of the chain onto one of your booties. Then, repeat with the remaining end for the second bootie.
Note: first, insert your crochet hook through the top back part of the cuff and pull the yarn tail through. Then, fold the cuff up and attach the yarn tail to a stitch under the cuff. Finally, tie a secure knot.
I’ve included some extra photos below to clarify how I tie the knots. I used a different color of yarn so you can see where the yarn tail is attached to the booties. This method will help keep the chain secure, and the knot will be hidden once you fold the cuff back over.
Weave in the remaining yarn ends.
Finally, attach an ornament hook through the middle of the bow.
You’re all done!
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