Rainbow Easy Crochet Baby Booties


Rainbow Easy Crochet Baby Booties

Rainbow Easy Crochet Baby Booties
Rainbow Easy Crochet Baby Booties

Your little one will definitely be over the rainbow excited for these Rainbow Easy Crochet Baby Booties, and the painless free crochet pattern won't make you feel too shabby either! A crochet baby shoes pattern nearly always looks adorable, but the delightful striped colors really set this design apart.

Simply by using a different size hook, you can adjust the size to fit your newborn, baby, or young toddler at any stage. The little drawstring laces at the front will also make sure that your baby won't slip out of these shoes, while still looking adorable if you decide to tie the strings off in a bow on the front.


Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Finished Size3 to 18 months

Materials List

  •  Clover Amour Crochet Hooks (Used F, H, and J for different sizes)
  • Worsted weight yarn (shown here are Vanna’s Choice in White, Scarlett, Terracotta, Mustard, Fern, and Dusty Purple. Blue is Loops & Threads Impeccable in Aqua)
  • Tapestry needle

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I posted about these last year. I had sold them at a charity event. They were a big hit. Well I just got a call from the children hospital asking if I could make them again for this year. Thank you again for offering this easy, cute project. The proceeds are greatly appreciated.

Baby will like this pair of rainbow booties. It will stimulate movement of eye muscles which is good for his normal growth. It can also match a lot of baby's clothes.

Oh, I am so into the rainbow stuff lately. These baby booties are just the thing a mom needs to lift her spirits. When baby is wearing these, mommy can stop and admire her work! -) I notice that she has thrown in the Loops THreads Impeccable in aqua. Love that yarn.

This is such a fun project to work up! I really appreciate that the designer shows just how hook size makes a difference when working a pattern. Ive already made a set of these, and the hardest part was working in the tails. I chose to carry them along under the next color, so I only had to deal with the sole tail and the final finishing invisible stitch.

I love Vannas choice yarns and see this pattern uses it. These easy rainbow crochet baby booties are so bright, colorful, and cheerful. It would be the perfect pattern to allow you to use up any leftover yarn pieces you might have lying around after you have finished other projects. The only thing I would be concerned about is the amount of color changes and yarn ends that have to be sewed in when complete. That is something I do not enjoy doing at all.

I had to come back and post about the experience I had with this booty. I made a few pair for friends and even donated some to a Christmas auction. They were all snatched right up. A few days later I got a call from the head of the ladies group asking if I was the lady who made the cute little sneakers! She said people were saying if I did them in solid colors with just some trim they would look like Keds. So now I am known as the sneaker lady!

This is a great crochet pattern - it's well written and is very easy. I like to make them for every new mom.

This is a smart pattern for babies little feet especially since it looks more like a sneaker than booties. This would make a wonderful baby gift for a new mom.

What an adorable little pair of booties. I read the pattern and it truly is easy. I need to make up a few pairs as gifts this Christmas. Not only will it use up the pieces of yarn in my bits and pieces bag, but by doing it in this color scheme, it suits a boy or a girl. Thank you for sharing it.

Such a sweet pair of baby booties! The colors could be versatile in matching to any baby project. What a good stash-buster project for using up those scraps of yarn. Tying a bow with yarn might be tricky on a baby, so I might try using a light elastic at the top.


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