Warm Knitted Booties

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Making socks is very satisfying. They are quick to make but you can also play with patterns. Do you know what is even better? Making tiny baby booties! They are just like socks but little and cute. They don’t require any advanced skills and once you make your first ones you will definitely fall in love with them and you be willing to make more and more of them! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.

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1. Mini Snow Boots Free Knitting Pattern

This adorable little socks are perfect for winter. They actually look like tiny ski socks – they create this nice atmosphere that you get spending winter holidays in a little mountains cottage house covered with snow, and you are getting ready in this warmness from the fireplace.

  • DESIGNED by Drops Design 
  • PROJECT TYPE socks 
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
Mini Snow Boots free knitting pattern 1

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com.

2. Celestina Socks Free Knitting Pattern

Those blue socks are shaped like little booties. They can be worn instead of  at the shoes at home. They are warm and thick so they will also be good for a stroller little escapades. They will be perfect for every occasion when the weather is little bit less attractive.

  • DESIGNED by Drops Design
  • PROJECT TYPE socks 
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL upper beginner
Celestina Socks free knitting pattern 2

Find the original free pattern on garnstudio.com.

3. Lyndon’s Booties

A simple pattern to knit a pair of baby booties. The pattern is quite intricate and will be suitable for those who want to try out interesting motifs in knitting without much stress. The pattern uses DK or light worsted yarn for good shape and thick texture. The booties look best in a solid color, and you can make a whole set with one yarn color.

  • DESIGNED by Renee Hardin
  • PROJECT TYPE baby booties
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A pair of knitted baby shoes and a bag on a table.

Photos by Renee Hardin / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

4. Oh Sohle Mio

A pair of beginner-friendly knitted baby booties for those who want to make their little ones happy. The piece is worked from the sole to the cuff and ends with decorative piping. Plus, it goes great with any yarn color, so you can pick any color your child might like. The pattern is also pretty quick, so you can knit two or three pairs and rotate them.

  • DESIGNED by Gisela Hug
  • PROJECT TYPE baby booties
  • CRAFT knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL beginner
A pair of knitted baby booties in brown and yellow.

Photos by Gisela Hug / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. K01 Baby Bootie

These knitted baby booties will undoubtedly become a favorite in your baby’s wardrobe, keeping their feet warm on cold days. You can also decorate them with beads, buttons, or bows — there’s no limit to your creativity. This free knitting pattern will help you to make these adorable booties.

  • DESIGNED by Beth Bell
  • PROJECT TYPE Baby booties
  • CRAFT Knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL Beginner
crochet baby booties with bows

Photos by Beth Bell / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on bethbellthethriftycrafter.wordpress.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Maryjane Baby Booties

Just look at these little maryjane cuties. They are so adorable that you’ll want to knit them immediately and put them on tiny baby feet. The charming strap helps keep the booties on, and the cute button adds even more sweetness and uniqueness. This free knitting pattern will help you to create these beauties and improve your knitting skills.

  • DESIGNED by Gina Michele
  • PROJECT TYPE Baby booties
  • CRAFT Knitting
  • SKILL LEVEL Beginner
a pair of crochet baby booties with a strap

Photos by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gina-michele.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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