Converse Sneaker Styled Crochet Baby Booties Free Written Pattern
- White (or of another color of one’s choice) acrylic yarn or a mixture of cotton and acrylic, medium-weight, with its thickness adjusted to the size of a hook.
- A crochet hook sized 3.5 mm
- A 2.5 mm-sized hook for creating a shoelace and the brand’s logo
- A stitch marker or a safety pin
- A yarn needle for weaving up yarn ends.
Use white yarn to work 15 chain stitches.
Rnd 1: Yarn over, insert the hook into the 4th chain stitch from the hook. Starting under a single loop, make 12 double crochets until you reach the end of the chain. Make 5 additional double crochets in the first stitch to go around the chain. Further on, work 10 double crochets along the bottom edge of it, making sure to insert the hook underneath both loops of the stitches. Make 10 double crochets at the bottom edge of the chain by inserting your hook under the top two loops of each stitch. Work 4 additional double crochets in the last stitch of the round. End the Rnd with a slip stitch inserted in the top of the first stitch of the round.
Rnd 2: Work 3 chain stitches (the first stitch of Rnd 2), followed by 12 double crochets in a row. Put two double crochets in each of the 5 subsequent single stitches. Work 10 double crochets along the bottom edge. Next, put two double crochets in each of the following 4 stitches and work a single double crochet in the last stitch. End the round with a slip stitch.
Rnd 3: Work 3 chain stitches. Further on, work a round of double crochets with the hook inserted through back loops only (shaping the sole edges). End the round with a slip stitch.
Colorful side pattern on sole
Attach colorful yarn to the crochet, not cutting off the white thread yet (it will come as necessary the next round)
Rnd 4: Work a whole round of single crochets without yarning over in the new color.
Rnd 5: Work a whole round of single crochets without yarning over in the spare white yarn.
Mark a spot intended for the booties’ toe tip.
Begin by counting 10-12 stitches from the beginning of the round. Insert the stitch marker in the right stitch (free space for a toe tip of the bootie, yet to be worked on). >
Upper of bootie (color of one’s choice)
Row 1: Work a series of double crochets between the beginning of the round and the marked stitch. Rotate the handicraft.
Row 2: Work on the wrong side of the bootie. Make 3 chain stitches and skip one stitch (an eyelet for the shoelace). Continue to work in double crochets. When at the end of the row, skip 1 stitch to create an eyelet on the other side of the upper. Rotate the crochet.
Rows 3 and 4 – as described above. End row 4 with a slip stitch and fasten off. Cut off the colored yarn.
Toe tip of bootie
Crocheted separately and to be sewn on with a crochet hook.
Use white yarn to work 5 single crochets in a magic ring without closing it. Rotate the half-circle. Put 3 chain stitches and 1 double crochet in the same stitch. Next, work 2 double crochets in each of the remaining stitches and finish at the edge of the half-circle.
Further on, even out the straight edge of the half-circle with single crochets (7-8). Finish off the element.
Sewing on toe tip
Turn the bootie to the wrong side. Next, turn the tip to the wrong side and apply it to the crochet. Use slip stitches to join both elements stitch–to-stitch with your hook. The seam will be finer if you only snatch the back loops of the edge chain.
Use the yarn needle to weave any loose threads through the crochet to conceal them.
Use colored yarn to work 6 rows of double crochets, starting from the edge of the bootie’s toe tip. If wishing to broaden the tongue upwards, add a double crochet to each edge of the last 2 rows.
Approx. 50 centimeters of a chain of cotton yarn – about 130-150 stitches, depending on its weight.
A white and round pad:
Rnd 1: Crochet a closed circle with 6 single stitches 
Rnd 2: Double each stitch (single crochets without yarning over) 
Rnd 3: Double every 2nd stitch 
Star in blue, navy blue or another color:
Rnd 1: Crochet a closed circle with 5 single stitches 
Rnd 2: 3 chain stitches, 1 single crochet without yarning over inserted in the 2nd stitch from the hook. 1 slip stitch worked in the next stitch, joined to the subsequent stitch of Rnd 1 with a slip stitch (repeat 5 times – for 5 points of the star). Finish off, leave a sufficiently long yarn end for sewing the star on.
Sew the star on the white pad and apply the whole element on the right side of the bootie’s upper by sewing.
I have a question? In the pattern for the baby converse booties it says to single crochet without yarning over,can you please explain what that means?
Hi Gloria, it means regular single crochet.
I just became a GREAT GRANDMA!! Thank you so very much for sharing UR Crochet Converse Baby Sneaker Pattern. I can’t wait to try to make them. They will be my first attempt to crochet a pattern. They are so very Cute! May God Bless U & Yours Always. Thank U
I like the pattern and would love to crochet it but can not copy it off. I do not crochet by my computer.
Hi Linda, sorry, but some of the patterns are available only online. Sometimes there is PDF you can purchase for a small fee and print.
The coloured bootees are very very cute.
I love these con booties – can’t wait to give them a go! Thanks for sharing your pattern 💖
I have started crocheting again after 40 years or so. Going to make these for a new great grand baby coming in June.
Thanks for sharing
Hi Betty, so glad to hear that! Fingers crossed! 🙂
What size are these baby sneakers? will they fit a 12 month old?
Hi Diane, they should easily fit a 12 months old baby 🙂