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24+ Crochet Baby Sandals (Free Patterns)

Learn how to make baby sandals with our step-by-step tutorial. Then crochet baby sandals and booties with these free patterns.

Updated January 07, 2021
24 Crochet Baby Sandals  Tutorial

Spring and summer are the best times for those babies to show off their new baby gear; I'm talking free baby crochet patterns that are simply too cute not to share. Whether you have a walker, a crawler or a newborn we have some great patterns on how to crochet baby sandals.

From free baby bootie crochet patterns to crochet sandals for baby, this page of 24+ Crochet Baby Sandals will assure that your baby is not only stylish but comfortable, too. We also have an exclusive pattern with step-by-step photos and a video tutorial for the cutest baby booties and some free patterns for those as well.

The patterns you're about to dive into will make you "ooh and ahh" while you rush to the store to get some more yarn. When learning how to crochet baby sandals, you'll quickly realize they're pretty easy to work up, but you also have to pay attention to the pattern and who you're making for. If there are strings or buttons, you'll only want any baby wearing those sandals with adult supervision.

All of the designs are great for photo shoots! This collection also includes an assortment of booties that baby will love. From cowboy boots to a pair of sneakers, your little one's toes will stay covered in all kinds of weather. 

PLUS! For you visual learners out there, check out this crochet baby booties for beginners video tutorial right below - follow along and make your own too-cute booties with this exclusive design from our friend Kristi Simpson.

How to Crochet Baby Sandals: Step by Step

10 Minute Baby Sandals

Size: 0-6 months (6-12 months, 12-18 months)

Ch 6, (8, 10).
Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across. Ch 7 (12, 17), sl st to very first sc at the beg of the row. (5 sc, 7 sc, 9 sc)
Row 2: Ch 1, sc in each sc from previous row. Ch 7 (12, 17) sl st to very first sc at the beg of the row. Ch 1, turn. (5 sc, 7 sc, 9 sc)
Row 3: Sc in each st across. For 0-6 months, stop here and move to heel strap. 6-12 and 12-18 months, ch 1, turn. (5 sc, 7 sc, 9 sc)
Row 4: Sc in each st across. For 6-12 months, stop here and move to heel strap. 12-18 months, ch 1, turn (7 sc, 9 sc)
Row 5: Sc in each st across. Move on to heel strap. (9 sc)

Heel Strap
Ch 12 (17, 22) join to first sc on the opposite end of the sandal. All loops should be going from one side of the sandal to the other. None of them should cross each other. Break yarn and weave in ends. 

Ch 51
Sc in second ch from hook, sc in next 9 st, hdc in next 20 st, dc in next 20 st.

Edging one
Ch 1, turn, sl st to the front loop of 1st dc, *ch 2, sl st to the back loop of next st, ch 2, sl st to the front loop of next st* repeat from *to* across. Cut a 24” tail, thread your needle. Skip ahead to assembly.

Edging two
Ch 1, skip sc directly below the ch 1 and rev sc in the stitch just before it. Rev sc all the way across. Cut a 24” tail, thread your needle. Skip ahead to assembly.

Hold your flower and slide your needle along the bottom from right to left, pull it tight as you go and sew the bottom together. Then attach your flower to the top of your sandal.
Make another one and you’re done!

For a more detailed look at how to crochet baby sandals, check out this photo tutorial!

Crochet Sandals for Baby

Let baby air out her feet with these too cute for words crochet sandals for baby. These are great for the spring and summer months or year round if you live in a warmer climate.

Most are not made for walking outdoors, but you can certainly add a sole to the bottom if you know how. These crochet baby sandals tutorials are perfect for the upcoming heat and sunshine.

BONUS! Free Baby Bootie Crochet Patterns

Crochet baby booties like the ones below are so sweet. There are a few patterns for different seasons, which is also great if you live in a cooler climate.

With worsted weight yarn or baby weight yarn, you can work these up in no time. They're great for photo shoots and baby shower gifts!

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