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Free Nautical Baby Booties Crochet Pattern

    These nautical baby booties crochet pattern are a must-have for any parent who wants to keep their baby stylish and warm during those chilly summer evenings. With their easy skill level and versatile design, these booties will be a hit with both parents and babies alike. So why not try your hand at crocheting them today and see for yourself?

    Free Nautical Baby Booties Crochet Pattern
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    Crochet Baby Booties Pattern

    This free nautical baby booties crochet pattern is an easy project to gift babies. With chilly summer evenings in mind I wanted to design a pair of baby booties that were both warm and summery. I’ve always been a big fan of the nautical theme, especially for babies which inspired me to design these little shoes.

    So, if you are looking for the perfect summer accessory for your baby boy or girl? Look no further than these adorable nautical baby booties crochet pattern! Designed with love for both warmth and style, these booties are ideal for those chilly summer evenings spent strolling on the beach.

    Crochet baby booties Sizes

    The free baby booties crochet pattern is designed for babies aged 6-12 months, but don’t worry if your little one is younger, as my paid pattern includes sizing options for 0-3 months and 3-6 months as well. The combination of navy blue and white stripes with a big red bow adds the perfect touch of cuteness and charm to any baby’s outfit. The best part is that these booties are versatile enough to work for both baby boys and girls!

    How to booties for a summer baby

    As long as you have a basic knowledge of crochet stitches, such as increasing and decreasing and working into the back loops, you should be able to handle this easy skill level pattern. Additionally, you’ll need some basic sewing skills to attach the bow at the end.

    To make these booties, I used DK (weight 3) yarn in three different colors. While I chose navy, red, and white for a classic nautical theme, feel free to let your creativity shine and choose any colors you like! Just remember to check your gauge and adjust your hook size if necessary, to ensure a perfect fit for your baby.

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    Hook size

    4mm crochet hook

    Yarn

    DK yarn in 3 colours. I used King Cole DK

    A – Navy

    B – Cream

    C – Red

    Terminology

    USA

    Abbreviations

    BLO – Back loop only

    ch – Chain

    dc – Double crochet

    hdc – Half double crochet

    2hdc – Increase (2 half double crochet in 1 space)

    rep – Repeat

    sc – Single crochet

    sc2tog – Decrease (single crochet 2 together)

    sl st – Slip stich

    st/sts – Stitch/Stiches

    Gauge / Tension

    2” x 2” square = 7 rows of 9 hdc

    6-12 months = 4.5” sole

    (Measure sole length before back loop only row)

    Supplies

    You will need the following supplies to complete the project (links will take you directly to my recommended supplies on love crafts)

    – DK yarn

    – 4mm crochet hook

    – scissors

    – tapestry needle

    – measuring tape

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    This free crochet pattern is for baby booties in age 6-12 months. The premium download includes sizes 0-3 months and 3-6 months.

    Sole

    Row 1

    ch 13to start sole with colour navy

    2hdc in 2nd ch from hook

    hdc in next 10

    5hdc in last ch

    hdc in next 10 on opposite side

    3hdc in last

    sl st to join, ch 1 (30) [pic 1]

    Row 2

    2hdc in first 2 sts

    hdc in next 10 sts

    2hdc in next 5 sts

    hdc in next 10 sts

    2hdc in next 3 sts

    sl st to join and ch 1 (40)

    Row 3

    (2hdc, hdc) rep twice

    hdc in next 10 sts

    (2hdc, hdc) rep 5 times

    hdc in next 10 sts

    (2hdc, hdc) rep 3 times

    sl st to join and ch 1 (50)

    Row 4

    sc x 50

    sl st to join and ch 1 (50)

    Row 5

    sc in blo x 50

    sl st to join and ch 1 (50)

    Row 6

    sc x 50

    sl st to join and ch 1 (50) [pic 2]

    Row 7 & 8

    change to colour cream

    sc x 50

    sl st to join and ch 1 (50)

    Row 9

    Change to colour navy

    sc2tog to start

    sc in next 15 sts

    (sc2tog, sc, sc) rep 4 times

    sc in next 15 sts

    sc2tog to finish

    sl st to join ch 1 (44)

    Row 10

    sc in 17 sts

    (sc2tog, sc) rep 3 times

    sc in next 18 sts

    sl st to join ch 1 (41) [pic 3]

    Row 11

    Change to colour cream

    sc in 14 sts

    sc2tog x 6

    sc in next 15 sts

    sl st to join ch 1 (35)

    Row 12

    sc in 14 sts

    sc2tog x3

    sc in 15 sts

    sl st to join ch 1 (32)

    Row 13

    Change to colour navy

    sc2tog

    sc in 13 sts

    sc2tog

    sc in 13 sts

    sc2tog

    sl st to join ch 1 (29)

    Ankle

    Row 14

    sc x 29

    sl st to join ch 1 (29) [pic 4]

    Row 15 & 16

    change to colour cream

    sc x 29

    sl st to join ch 1 (29)

    Row 17 & 18

    change to colour navy

    sc x 29

    sl st to join & cast off (29) [pic 5]

    Bow

    Row 1

    Using red yarn ch 20 and sl st to join into a circle

    dc x 20 in each ch

    sl st to join & ch 1 (20)

    Row 2

    dc x 20 in each st

    sl st to join & ch 1 (20)

    Row 3

    dc x 20 in each st

    sl st to join & cast off (20) [pic 6]

    Assembly

    Tightly wrap yarn around the centre of the circle shape you’ve made several times to create a bow. Leave approx 5” yarn both sides for sewing.

    Using your hook pull through the excess yarn from the bow through the boot. Tie on and sew to secure.