Mickey Mouse Inspired Baby Booties


Mickey Mouse Inspired Baby Booties

Share the magic of the most iconic mouse in the world with these Mickey Mouse Inspired Baby Booties. Your newborn's feet will be toasty warm and protected with these crochet booties. With this baby booties crochet pattern, you'll learn how to crochet baby booties, whether it be for your baby at home or for a shower gift that a mommy-to-be will absolutely adore. Everyone will be sure to recognize the inspiration for these crochet booties by the black ears and red pants with white buttons.


Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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These baby booties are the cutest thing I have ever seen! My sister is due with her first baby boy in October, and these booties would be perfect for him! We love Disney in our family, so what better way to show it? I could make a bigger pair to give his big brother, Im sure they would love the matching slippers!

These are precious and I found them at a very opportune time. I am working on a baby outfit for my friends grand baby. I have the diaper cover finished and next is the hat. They are a Mickey design so these will finish off the set perfectly. Thank you so much.

Oh my Gosh, My granddaughter will just flip over these Mickey Mouse Inspired Baby Booties! She is just one year old and loves Micky Mouse. This pattern is great, it is well written and so easy to follow. I'll be making the Mini Mouse booties too for her. I think every child would be proud to wear these cute booties.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

These are absolutely adorable. The instructions are very easy to follow. Im not sure about the yarn listed in the instructions but I can Google it and figure it out. Google is my best friend. I want to make these for a baby shower that I am going to in a couple of weeks.

I had to make these up the minute I found this pattern. Easy, easy, easy. The hardest thing was making the little white dots. I generally use a Magic Circle so I tried that method before giving up and doing it the way the designer instructs, i.e. working all the stitches in a single chain. Sometime you can improve a design and sometimes you cant.

Oh yes! These are just adorable! I want to make them even though I do not have any one that size in the family any more. I think I will just make them for fun! You could even make a little bow to make it a Minnie Mouse for a girl.

These are adorable! Now to adjust the size for adult feet because I'm sure I need at least one pair of these. Luckily enough, the link to the pattern gives another link to a pattern for a Minnie Mouse style. I think I'll do one of each only instead of the pink, I'll figure out how to do the red with polka dots for the Minnie style.


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