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Sweet Crochet Mary Jane Baby Shoes

These cute crochet Mary Janes are a free pattern that's an easy skill level. Your baby's feet will be warm and stylish with these booties!

Updated January 30, 2019
Sweet Crochet Mary Jane Baby Shoes

Dress your little one in these Sweet Baby Mary Janes to have them primed for cooler fall weather! These crochet baby booties are easy to make and look great in any color - make a bunch to last you all fall and always have the perfect color to match your child's clothing. The best part? These crochet baby Mary Janes is a free pattern, exclusively for our readers!

The simple pattern is written for sizes newborn through 12 months old, so these are the perfect baby booties to grow with your child. The crochet baby Mary Janes are worked in parts -  the sole is worked and then joined to the upper portion later. Don't forget to crochet the little strap when you're all done to get the cute Mary Jane look!
 

Easy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeUsing two strands of yarn and sc: 13 stitches and 14 rows = 4”

Finished SizeNewborn - 12 Months

Materials List

  • Red Heart Soft Touch or Caron Simply Soft yarn (See sizes for amount required)
  • 5.5 mm (I-9) crochet hook
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Free Mary Jane Baby Shoe Pattern

Notes, Special Stitches, and Techniques:

Notes:
-Pattern is worked with two strands of yarn held together unless instructed otherwise
-Rounds are not joined; when you get to the end of one round continue with the next one

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  1. Invisible Join for SC or HDC: Weave the yarn tail under both loops of the second stitch to the left, then back through the center of the last stitch made. Pull the tail just tight enough so that it looks like the other stitches. 

  2. Slip Stitching the Soles Together: Place one of each color of sole together with wrong sides facing and your accent color on top, making sure to line up the stitches. With two strands of your main color, slip stitch through both layers of stitches from the last round. 

  3. Invisible Join for SLIP STITCH: Weave the yarn tail under both loops of the starting slip stitch, and then back through the center of the last slip stitch made. Pull the tail just tight enough so that it looks like the other stitches. This counts as the last stitch of the round here and throughout the rest of the pattern.

  4. Locating the starting stitch for Round 1 of Upper: Locate the center of the heel by laying a hook or needle along the foundation chain of the sole. It should point between two stitches. Starting with the one to the right, count 6 stitches from the center and attach your main color under both loops by making a slip stitch. Make the first sc of Round 1 in the next stitch. When you get to the end of the round, make the last sc in the same space as your starting slip stitch.

  5. Attaching the strap: When you slip stitch the strap to the opposite side of the shoe, insert your hook from the outside of the stitch, then yarn over and pull through.

Sweet Baby Mary Jane Baby Booties:

  1. Newborn (3.25" Length) - Requires approximately 36g (68m) of yarn.

    Sole: (Make 4 – 2 of each color)
    Round 1: Ch 8, make 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 2, hdc 1, dc 2, make 7 dc in last ch, working other side of chain - dc 2, hdc 1, sc 3, do not join (20)
    Round 2: Make 2 sc in first 2 stitches, sc 6, *2sc* 5 times, sc 6, make 2 sc in last stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends (28) – Slip stitch soles together.

    Upper:
    Attach main color in the 6th sl st from the center of the heel and make the first sc of Round 1 in the next sl st.
    Round 1: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 5, hdc 10, sc 4, do not join (28)
    Round 2: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 4, hdc 1, hdc2tog, *dc2tog* 3 times, hdc2tog, hdc 1, sc 3 (23)
    Round 3: Sc 12, hdc 1, hdc2tog, *dc2tog* 2 times, hdc2tog, hdc 1, sc 1 (19)
    Round 4: Sl st 1, sc2tog, sc 5, sc2tog, sl st 3, ch 5, skip 5 stitches and sl st in 6th stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends

  2. 0 - 3 Months (3.75" Length) - Requires approximately 44g (84m) of yarn.

    Sole: (Make 4 – 2 of each color)
    Round 1: Ch 9, make 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 3, hdc 1, dc 2, make 7 dc in last ch, working other side of chain - dc 2, hdc 1, sc 4, do not join (22)
    Round 2: Make 2 hdc in first 2 stitches, hdc 7, *2hdc* 5 times, hdc 7, make 2 hdc in last stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends (30) – Slip stitch soles together. 

    Upper:
    Attach main color in the 6th sl st from the center of the heel and make the first sc of Round 1 in the next sl st.
    Round 1: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 5, hdc 1, dc 10, hdc 1, sc 4, do not join (30)
    Round 2: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 5, hdc 1, hdc2tog, *dc2tog* 3 times, hdc2tog, hdc 1, sc 4 (25)
    Round 3: Sc 13, hdc 1, *dc2tog* 4 times, hdc 1, sc 2 (21)
    Round 4: Sl st 1, sc2tog, sc 5, sc2tog, sl st 3, ch 6, skip 6 stitches and sl st in 7th stitch, sl st 1, make an invisible join; weave in ends

  3. 3 - 6 Months (4" Length) - Requires approximately 50g (95m) of yarn.

    Sole: (Make 4 – 2 of each color)
    Round 1: Ch 10, make 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 3, hdc 1, dc 3, make 7 dc in last ch, working other side of chain - dc 3, hdc 1, sc 4, do not join (24)
    Round 2: Make 2 hdc in first 2 stitches, hdc 8, *2hdc* 5 times, hdc 8, make 2 hdc in last stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends (32) – Slip stitch soles together.  

    Upper:
    Attach main color in the 6th sl st from the center of the heel and make the first sc of Round 1 in the next sl st.
    Round 1: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 6, hdc 1, dc 10, hdc 1, sc 5, do not join (32)
    Round 2: Sc 1, hdc 8, sc 6, hdc 1, hdc2tog, *dc2tog* 3 times, hdc2tog, hdc 1, sc 5 (27)
    Round 3: Sc 2, hdc 8, sc 4, hdc 1, *dc2tog* 4 times, hdc 1, sc 3 (23)
    Round 4: Sl st 1, sc2tog, sc 5, sc2tog, sl st 4, ch 6, skip 6 stitches and sl st in 7th stitch, sl st 1, make an invisible join; weave in ends

  4. 6 - 9 Months (4.25" Length) - Requires approximately 54g (102m) of yarn.

    Sole: (Make 4 – 2 of each color)
    Round 1: Ch 11, make 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 4, hdc 1, dc 3, make 7 dc in last ch, working other side of chain - dc 3, hdc 1, sc 5, do not join (26)
    Round 2: Make 2 hdc in first 2 stitches, hdc 9, *2hdc* 5 times, hdc 9, make 2 hdc in last stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends (34) – Slip stitch soles together.  

    Upper:
    Attach main color in the 6th sl st from the center of the heel and make the first sc of Round 1 in the next sl st.
    Round 1: Sc 1, hdc 15, dc 12, hdc 6, do not join (34)
    Round 2: Hdc 9, sc 6, hdc 2, hdc2tog, *dc2tog* 3 times, hdc2tog, hdc 2, sc 5 (29)
    Round 3: Sc 2, hdc 8, sc 5, hdc 1, *dc2tog* 4 times, hdc 1, sc 4 (25)
    Round 4: Sc2tog, hdc 7, sc2tog, sl st 4, ch 7, sk 7 stitches and sl st in 8th, sl st 2, make an invisible join; weave in ends

  5. 9 - 12 Months (4.5" Length) - Requires approximately 58g (110m) of yarn.

    Sole: (Make 4 – 2 of each color)
    Round 1: Ch 12, make 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 4, hdc 1, dc 4, make 7 dc in last ch, working other side of chain - dc 4, hdc 1, sc 5, do not join (28)
    Round 2: Make 2 hdc in first 2 stitches, hdc 10, *2hdc* 5 times, hdc 10, make 2 hdc in last stitch, make an invisible join; weave in ends (36) – Slip stitch soles together.  

    Upper:
    Attach main color in the 6th sl st from the center of the heel and make the first sc of Round 1 in the next sl st.
    Round 1: Sc 1, hdc 16, dc 12, hdc 7, do not join (36)
    Round 2: Hdc 9, sc 7, hdc 1, dc 1, *dc2tog* 5 times, dc 1, hdc 1, sc 6 (31)
    Round 3: Sc 2, hdc 8, sc 6, hdc 1, *dc2tog* 4 times, hdc 1, sc 5 (27)
    Round 4: Sc2tog, hdc 7, sc2tog, sl st 5, ch 7, sk 7 stitches and sl st in 8th, sl st 3, make an invisible join; weave in ends

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This is a very nice pattern for Mary Janes, and I really appreciate all the detailed photos showing exactly where and how to place the stitches. However, Im pretty confused by the direction to use two strands of yarn unless indicated otherwise. Ive only seen one place where the instructions say to use the two strands, not the opposite. Also, working the upper is described, but not shown.

How adorable these "Sweet Baby Mary Janes" will be for your little one, a pair for each day of the week! I love that idea! I love the Caron Simply Soft- what a great choice for these baby booties. There are so many deeply saturated colors in lieu of the classic pastels. Please try an outside the box color! You won't be sorry. I just love how the sole is made in one color and the shoe itself is in a contrasting color. Great design and an easy one, too.

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