Free Crochet Pattern for Fuzzy Booties

I love baby booties. I think little feet look so adorable wrapped in “yarny” warmth. This crochet pattern is easy to make and available in three different sizes from newborn to 12 months. I added a strap and button so you can adjust the fit. They don’t take much yarn so they are great to work through your leftover balls.

You can trim them in a contrasting color yarn and add a decorative bow button for a sweet little girl look.

Fuzzy Booties by Crochet Zone

Or add some furrylicious fake fur for that Uggs look. Isn’t the monkey button cute?

Fuzzy Booties by Crochet Zone

They are great for both boys and girls and don’t use up much yarn so make them in lots of different colors.

Fuzzy Booties by Crochet Zone

 

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Fuzzy Booties

Materials:
Size: Newborn to 12 months

Materials:
• Worsted Weight yarn such as Red Heart Soft or Bernat Satin, in two colors
• Bernat Pipsqueek or other novelty yarn
• Hook H/5.00 mm
• Yarn needle for weaving ends

Gauge: 15 hdc; 10 rows = 4”

Abbreviations:
Beg – beginning
C1 – color 1
C2 – color 2
Ch – chain
Dc2tog – double crochet 2 stitches together
Hdc – half double crochet
Hdc2tog – half double crochet 2 stitches together
R – Row/Round
Sc – single crochet
Sc2tog – single crochet 2 stitches together
Sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
St(s) – stitch(es)

• Beginning ch1 does not count as a stitch
• Start each Row/Round in the same stitch as the beginning ch1
• Number in ( ) at end of Row/Round indicates the number of stitches in that Row or Round
• Work instructions in [ ] or between *, the designated number of times

Crochet Tips: click on the tip below for a tutorial
• Fastening off neatly
• Weaving in ends
• How to make neat color changes

Size: Newborn – 3 Months • Length = 3.5″

Sole: Make 2 in C1; Make 2 in C2 – Do Not Join Rounds 1 and 2 of Sole
R1:
Ch 9, 3sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 ch, hdc in next ch, 7dc in last ch. Working on other side of beg ch, hdc in next ch, sc in next 5 ch. (22)
R2: 2sc in beg sc of Round 1 and next 2 sc, sc in next 7 st; 2sc in next 5 dc; sc in next 7 st. (30)
R3: [sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc] 3 times, sc next 7, [sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc] 5 times, sc next 7 sts, make invisible join. Fasten off. (38)
Attach Soles: With wrong sides together place C1 Sole and C2 Sole together and match sts, with C2 Sole facing you, and working with C1, join yarn in center back and sl st around to end, join. Fasten off.

Sides – join with sl st to beg st:
R1: Working in chains formed by sl sts from attaching soles, join C1 in center back, ch1, working around sl sts only, sc in each st around, join. (38)
R2: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with sl st to first sc, join. (38)
R3: Join C2, ch1, sc in same st and next 8, [sc2tog, sc next st] 7 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (31)
R4: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 7, [sc2tog, sc next st] 5 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (26)
R5: Ch 1, sc in same st, sc2tog, sc next 7 sts, hdc2tog, dc2tog, hdc2tog, sc next 7 sts, sc2tog, sc last st, join. (21)
R6: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 8, [dc2tog] two times, sc remaining sts to end, join. Fasten off. (19)

For Right Shoe:
R7: With right side of bootie facing you, start in 6th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 6.
R8: Turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining st to end. (24)
R9 & R10: Ch1, turn, sc in each st to end. Fasten off after last repeat. (24)
–Skip to Border–

For Left Shoe:
R7: With wrong side of bootie facing you, start in 6th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 6.
R8 to 10: Repeat as for Right Shoe

Border: With Novelty Yarn and right side of bootie facing you, join at side of R7, sc in each st around entire edge of bootie and button tab. Fasten off.

Buttonhole Tab: With C1, Ch 9, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch to end, ch 6 (buttonhole made); working around opposite side of beg ch, sl st in each st to end. Fasten off leaving long tail to sew in place.

Finishing: Sew button in place on front tab of bootie. Pin bootie closed as if it was buttoned, sew buttonhole tab in place on center back side of bootie and adjust so that the buttonhole loop fits over button. Sew in place.

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Size: 3 – 6 Months • Length = 4.0″

Sole – Make 2 in C1; Make 2 in C2 – Do Not Join Rounds 1 and 2 of Sole
R1:
Ch10, 3sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 ch, hdc in next 2 ch, 7dc in last ch. Working on other side of beg ch, hdc in next 2 ch, sc in next 5 ch. (24)
R2: 2hdc in beg sc of Round 1 and next 2 sc, hdc in next 8 st; 2hdc in next 5 dc; hdc in next 8 st. (32)
R3: (sc in next hdc, 2sc in next hdc) 3 times, sc next 8, (sc in next hdc, 2sc in next hdc) 5 times, sc next 8 sts, make invisible join. Fasten off. (40)
Attach Soles: With wrong sides together place C1 Sole and C2 Sole together and match sts, with C2 Sole facing you, and working with C1, join yarn in center back and sl st around to end, join. Fasten off.

Sides – join with sl st to beg st:
R1:
Working in chains formed by sl sts from attaching soles, join C1 in center back, ch1, working around sl sts only, sc in each st around, join. (40)
R2 and R3: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with sl st to first sc, join. (40)
R4: Join C2, ch1, sc in same st and next 9, [sc2tog, sc next st] 7 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (33)
R5: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 8, [sc2tog, sc next st] 5 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (28)
R6: Ch 1, sc in same st, sc2tog, sc next 8 sts, hdc2tog, dc2tog, hdc2tog, sc next 8 sts, sc2tog, sc last st, join. (23)
R7: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 9, [dc2tog] two times, sc remaining sts to end, join. Fasten off. (21)

For Right Shoe:
R8:
With right side of bootie facing you, start in 7th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 7.
R9:
Turn, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each remaining st to end. (27)
R10 & R11:
Ch1, turn, hdc in each st to end. Fasten off after last repeat. (27)
–Skip to Border–

For Left Shoe:
R8:
With wrong side of bootie facing you, start in 7th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 7.
R9 to 12:
Repeat as for Right Shoe

Border: With Novelty Yarn and right side of bootie facing you, join at side of R8, sc in each st around entire edge of bootie and button tab. Fasten off.

Buttonhole Tab: With C1, Ch 10, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch to end, ch 6 (buttonhole made); working around opposite side of beg ch, sl st in each st to end. Fasten off leaving long tail to sew in place.

Finishing: Sew button in place on front tab of bootie. Pin bootie closed as if it was buttoned, sew buttonhole tab in place on center back side of bootie and adjust so that the buttonhole loop fits over button. Sew in place.

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Size: 6 – 12 Months • Length = 4.5″

Sole – Make 2 in C1; Make 2 in C2 – Do Not Join Rounds 1 and 2 of Sole
R1: Ch12, 3sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 6 ch, hdc in next 3 ch, 7dc in last ch. Working on other side of ch, hdc in next 3 ch, sc in next 6 ch. (28 sts)
R2: 2hdc in beg sc of Round 1 and next 2 sc, hdc next 10 st; 2hdc in next 5 dc; hdc next 10 st. (36 sts)
R3: (hdc in next hdc, 2hdc in next hdc) 3 times, hdc next 10, (hdc in next hdc, 2hdc in next hdc) 5 times, hdc 10 sts, make invisible join. Fasten off. (44 sts)
Attach Soles: With wrong sides together place C1 Sole and C2 Sole together and match sts, with C2 Sole facing you, and working with C1, join yarn in center back and sl st around to end, join. Fasten off.

Sides – join with sl st to beg st:
R1: Working in chains formed by sl sts from attaching soles, join C1 in center back, ch1, working around sl sts only, hdc in each st around, join. (44)
R2 and R3: Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with sl st to first sc, join. (44)
R4: Join C2, ch1, sc in same st and next 11, [sc2tog, sc next st] 7 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (37)
R5: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 10, [sc2tog, sc next st] 5 times, sc remaining sts to end, join. (32)
R6: Ch 1, sc in same st, sc2tog, sc next 10 sts, hdc2tog, dc2tog, hdc2tog, sc next 10 sts, sc2tog, sc last st, join. (27)
R7: Ch 1, sc in same st and next 11, [dc2tog] two times, sc remaining sts to end, join. Fasten off. (25)

For Right Shoe:
R8: With right side of bootie facing you, start in 7th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 8.
R9: Turn, hdc in 3rd ch from hook and each remaining st to end. (30)
R10 to R12: Ch1, turn, hdc in each st to end. Fasten off after last repeat. (30)
–Skip to Border–

For Left Shoe:
R8: With wrong side of bootie facing you, start in 7th st to the right of center back, join C2, ch 1, hdc in each st to end, ch 8.
R9 to 12: Repeat as for Right Shoe

Border: With Novelty Yarn and right side of bootie facing you, join at side of R8, sc in each st around entire edge of bootie and button tab. Fasten off.

Buttonhole Tab: With C1, Ch 11, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch to end, ch 6 (buttonhole made); working around opposite side of beg ch, sl st in each st to end. Fasten off leaving long tail to sew in place.

Finishing: Sew button in place on front tab of bootie. Pin bootie closed as if it was buttoned, sew buttonhole tab in place on center back side of bootie and adjust so that the buttonhole loop fits over button. Sew in place.

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60 thoughts on “Free Crochet Pattern for Fuzzy Booties

  1. CrochetZone

    Oh I’m so glad to hear that! Thank you for the note.

  2. CrochetZone

    No, sorry, not at this time.

  3. CrochetZone

    Thank you for that, I think that will be helpful.

  4. Angela

    I love this pattern!!!!! Very easy to follow!!!! ***NOTE- if you don’t over think and just follow the pattern as it’s written, you’ll have successful completion. When working the SIDES (RIGHT shoe and LEFT shoe) there is not a join at R8, this was confusing for me at first because I was over thinking and not just following the pattern. Hope this tip helps those who found difficulty.

  5. Kimberly

    Do you have a pattern for bigger sizes?

  6. Amy

    I am a beginner at crochet. I loved this pattern, very easy to read and my first set came out super cute.

  7. CrochetZone

    The nave is Color 1, the Grey Color 2.

  8. Ali

    I am in love with the Blue and Grey booties just needing help on what color you used as C1 and C2. I’ve been trying to figure it out and am having a hard time. Thank you! P.S. can’t wait to share pics of my lil one wearing them and the hat once he arrives in a few weeks!

  9. CrochetZone

    There was a typo, the final count is 25 not 23. Thank you for letting me know.

  10. CrochetZone

    The chain 7 creates the “tab” that overlaps for buttoning.

  11. Lori

    I’m confused. For rt side (R8) after we join to 7th stitch and hdc in each stitch to the end does this mean we work back to the back center so we are doing 6 hdc and then chaining 7 or do we go all the way around the bootie with hdc? What is the chain 7 for and what happens to it?

  12. Honey

    There is a mistake in 6 to 12 months baby booty pattern.in the side of the booty yo have mentioned 27 stitches in row 6 and in the 7th row you have decreased only 2 stitches and you have counted 23 stitches in this row .how it is possible

  13. CrochetZone

    It’s a continuation of the sides with an extension for the buttonhole.

  14. Jill

    Is the button hole a separate piece that you attach after it is completed?

  15. CrochetZone

    The tab section starts at center back, then counting 7 stitches to the right – that’s where you start. For one shoe you do it from the outside, for the other from the inside so the tabs button on opposite sides.

  16. CrochetZone

    You work through both thicknesses (all 4 loops) and you fasten off when done that’s how you get the clean line.

  17. When slip stitching the 2 soles together, are you supposed to pick up the 2 loops of each side totaling 4 loops? I picked up both loops of the stitches on both sides and then proceeded to the next row with same color as stated in the directions but I’m not getting what appears to be a fine row of the other color. I feel as if the sole is bunchy on the inside too which is making me wonder if I only use the inside loops of the chains.

  18. Hello,I am just about finished with my booties but I can’t figure out the last step ,the buttonhole tab. I understand how it actually makes the buttonhole but I don’t know where it starts since I fastened off my last round. Does it just start in the back and chains toward the button tab?
    Thanks. These are the cutest booties!

  19. CrochetZone

    I like the stability of the two soles, plus I think it makes for a better looking finished product. 🙂

  20. Pao Vilchis

    Hi! thank you so much for sharing this pattern! the botties look so cute!
    I’m just wondering why 2 soles? for making a more firm sole? i just did one sole and i’m wondering if i should do them 4

  21. CrochetZone

    Can you tell me what is confusing you and I will try to help?

  22. MAriadne

    I’m a little confused on how to slip stitch around to join the soles

  23. CrochetZone

    Row 7 creates the band that wraps around and closes the bootie on the leg. Turn the bootie so that you are looking at the center back at the heel. Count 6 stitches to the right of the center back and join your yarn there.

  24. Alex

    It’s probably just me…but I’m lost R7 (Right Shoe) Thank you for your help !

  25. CrochetZone

    I’m sorry you are having trouble. Many people have made these with good success, but perhaps you can tell me where you are confused so that I can try to help you.

  26. Alex

    I love the fur booties…and have tried to make them and I’m sorry to say your instructions are very very confusing.. Don’t mean to tell you what to do but did you by chance have a tester follow your pattern…I have been crocheting for 30 yrs and can follow patterns very good..just having troubles !! Thank You …just love the booties just can’t make them..

  27. CrochetZone

    It’s just like for the sole of the shoe. You do the slip stitches on one side of the beginning chain, then you chain 6 to make the buttonhole loop, then slip stitch along the other side of the beginning chain. This will give you a nice finish on either side of the beginning chain with a loop at the end for the buttonhole.

  28. Fiona

    Cant quite figure out what you mean by: working around opposite side of beg ch in Buttonhole Tab: With C1, Ch 9, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each remaining ch to end, ch 6 (buttonhole made); working around opposite side of beg ch, sl st in each st to end. Fasten off leaving long tail to sew in place.

    i ch 9 then sl st then did the ch 6. now where do i start the last sl st’s, starting from the hook, starting from the close end where i already did sl st’s, or starting at the far end of the sl st’s?
    Thanks!

  29. CrochetZone

    Yes you may sell any item you make from my patterns. While credit is not required it surely is appreciated.

  30. CrochetZone

    Color 1 and Color 2, I’ve added them to the abbreviations.

  31. Katie Osborn

    What does “C1” and “C2” mean?

  32. Mariah

    If I use this pattern to mar the booties am I allowed to sell the booties? To be clear, I am asking to sell the finished project and not the pattern.
    Thank you!

  33. CrochetZone

    I can always use a laugh 🙂
    I’m glad it worked out.

  34. Thank you so much for your reply!
    I would have you in stitches if I gave you all the details of my stupidity in making theses adorable bootie.
    I finally completed a pair!!
    I thank you again 🙂

  35. CrochetZone

    I’m sorry I don’t have a picture tutorial. The wrong side is from the inside of the boot and the right side is from the outside of the boot. It may help you to think of it this way, when looking straight at the booties from the front, the taps close toward the back. Hope that helps.

  36. I have been trying to make theses booties for three days now. I cannot seem to get the tab going the right way 🙁 🙁
    do you happen to have a pic tutorial? I have been trying and trying and trying and now feel as though I am brain dead, that I JUST cannot get the tab part. correct. Which is the correct way of looking at the bootie and which is the wrong way of looking at the bootie.

    Is the right way looking at the front of the bootie and the wrong way looking at the back?
    Please forgive my stupidity. I am making them for a friends baby shower and wanted to make them in a few colors. At this rate I don’t think that she will have any. LOL ugh
    I love your pattern and have made A LOT of baby booties. I cannot figure out WHY I’m struggling so much with this on.

    I thank you sooooo much for you help. I look forward to your response

  37. CrochetZone

    The 6 stitch tab will be the tab to close the booties. Hdc to end means all around.

  38. Nancy

    Hi there, just love your little sandals and am now making the fur boots. Having trouble understanding starting at row 7 for 0-3 mo. I’m not sure what to do with the ch6 I’ve created. When you say hdd to end, do you mean all the way around the bootie or 6 stitches back? What is the 6 stitch tab I’m creating used for?
    Thank you!!!

  39. CrochetZone

    You can find it at most craft stores. I used Bernat Pipsqueek. I’m sure you can find it on line too.

  40. Linda

    What a wonderful pattern – thanks so much for sharing! Quick question: where would I find the ‘fur’ you used for the Ugg-like boots? Thanks again.

  41. CrochetZone

    You can just add as many rows as you like to the leg.

  42. oops, I forgot to add my question! how do you make the booties taller like the blue/gray/fuzzy ones?

  43. ohmygoodness!!!! THANK you for sharing this WONDERFUL pattern! So adorable!

  44. CrochetZone

    Thank you, you are so sweet!

  45. These are the cutest little booties I think I’ve ever seen! Great job. And thanks so much for sharing your pattern.

  46. These are adorable! I also LOVE cute little baby booties 🙂 I have pinned these, and become a new fan 🙂
    Would love if you shared these are our Yarn Fanatic Link Party – http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/02/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-25-buttons-and.html.

  47. CrochetZone

    You are welcome! Glad you like them.

  48. Minerva

    Thank you for the pattern, the booties are adorable. I am just finishing a baby blanket for a newborn boy and was searching for the matching booties, and I found it. Thank you, I really appreciate it; living on a fixed income makes it very hard for us to buy patterns and yarn to donate.

  49. Katie

    Omg I love these ! So cute and versatile. Thank you so much .

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