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How to Knit Baby Booties: 9 Adorable Patterns

By: Julie DaMario, Editor for AllFreeKnitting.com

How to Knit Baby Booties: 9 Adorable Patterns

The only thing cuter than tiny baby feet are the adorable knit booties that keep them warm. Sweet, soft, and small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, it's hard not to love these little shoes. Baby shoes have exploded in popularity throughout the years. Celebrities have been known to pay thousands of dollars for these shrunken versions of top designer kicks. It's not enough for babies to have just any baby booties pattern; they have to have baby Air Jordans or petite Pradas.


However, over at All Free Knitting, we’ve always thought the most adorable baby shoes are the ones that are handmade with love. Knitting baby booties is an adorable way to celebrate the birth of a little one, especially because you can make multiple pairs without sparing much time or yarn. These little shoes are more than just a delightful article of clothing. Knit bootie patterns can be used to decorate a baby's room by stacking them on shelves or stringing them along a wall.


Classic Knit Bootie Patterns
Rustic Knit Bootie Patterns
Funky Knit Bootie Patterns

 

Classic Knit Bootie Patterns

Looking for a timeless look? You can’t go wrong with the basic baby bootie design. These three sweet knit bootie patterns are great examples of the classic baby bootie.


Basic Baby Shower BootiesBasic Baby Shower Booties
Teeny Tiny Mary Janes
Pom Pom Baby Booties

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rustic Knit Bootie Patterns

Dreaming of an idyllic countryside vibe? We love these charming rustic inspired knit bootie patterns. They’re the perfect for a festive winter accessory or a fun autumn knit.


Baby MoccasinsBaby Moccasins
Bitty Baby Uggs
Warm Boot Slippers

 

 

 

 

Funky Knit Bootie Patterns

Play make believe with baby in these whimsical, quirky little shoes. There’s a pair for every special story tale you read to baby, so make all three!
 

Hermes Winged Baby BootiesHermes Winged Baby Booties
Little Lady Bug Baby Booties
Baby Mary Janes
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your little one will soon outgrow these tiny little knits, but the love-filled stitches will still remain as a sign of how much you care. These little knit bootie patterns will be worn for a fleeting amount of time, but they will be kept as a keepsake forever. Keep reading to learn how to knit baby booties your chubby-cheeked angel will love.

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