SO FLUFFY – Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie FREE

by Doroteja

A few days ago I was shopping for more yarn (like I don’t have enough of it already) and I came across this so, so soft one. It was like the scene from the movie Despicable Me when the little girl gets the fluffy unicorn… “I’m so fluffy that I am gonna die!”, and the name for the project was born.

I bought two of them. Gray and red. I couldn’t wait to come home and start working. The moment I touched the wool I knew what will be my final product. I don’t need much, just yarn, hook, and a marker.

And so I started. First I’ve made the booties. If you are crocheting for boys do it without the bow and for girls with a bow, which you can place anywhere you want. My choice was in the front.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Please be careful, each time you attach additional items on the booties make sure you attach them very well, always think about the kid’s safety!

They are so cute and fluffy! It’s super fast to make, and it’s easy.

Because there was still a lot of yarn, I had more than enough to make a beanie too.

Enjoy!

MATERIALS

YARN: Super Bulky Wool

CROCHET HOOK: 7.0 mm crochet hook

YOU WILL ALSO NEED: stitch markers, a tapestry needle, and scissors

SIZES

0 – 3 months (3 – 6 months, 6 – 12 months).

STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS

  • Sst/sts – stitch/stitches
  • ch chain
  • ss – slip stitch
  • sc – single crochet
  • hdchalf double crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • sc2tog – single crochet two together
  • dc2tog – double crochet two together
  • dc5tog – double crochet five together
  • dc6tog – double crochet six together
  • MC – mein color – gray
  • CC – contrasting color -red

INSTRUCTIONS

Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie – So Fluffy

The pattern for is written a few simple steps:

  • crochet baby booties
  • crochet beanie.

Please, read the instructions carefully. Don’t skip any parts of the pattern and make sure you do not accidentally lose or add additional stitches to the pattern. That might affect the final look of your design.

Crochet Baby Booties

Take the yarn in MC (gray) and 7 mm crochet hook and create a foundation chain made of 6 (7, 9) chains.

Work in rounds. At the end of each round, join the round with ss, create a turning ch (ch 1).

Always start in the very first st of the round.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 1: Start in the 2nd chain from the hook. Make 2 hdc into the same. Hdc 3 (4, 6). Make 6 hdc into the last chain from the hook, now continue on the other side of the foundation chain. Hdc 3 (4, 6). Make 2 hdc into the last one. = 16 (18, 22) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 2: Make 2 hdc into the next 2. Hdc 3 (4, 6). Make 2 hdc into the next 6. Hdc 3 (4, 6). Now make 2 hdc into the last 2 stitches. = 26 (28, 32) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Work only in back stitches, as you see in the picture below. The nicer side of the sole should be facing down..

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 3: Sc 26 (28,32) all around. = 26 (28, 32) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 4: Sc 5 (6, 8). Hdc 2. Repeat dc2tog six times. Hdc 2. Sc 5 (6, 8). = 20 (22, 26) sts

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 5: Sc 1. Sc2tog. Sc 4 (5, 7). Repeat hdc2tog three times. Sc 4 (5, 7). Sc2tog. Sc 1. = 15 (17, 21) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 6: Dc 15 (17, 21). Ss. = 15 (17, 21) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 7: Hdc 15 (17, 21). = 15 (17, 21) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 8:  Hdc 15 (17, 21). = 15 (17, 21) sts.

Cut the yarn and fasten off. Hide the yarn tails between the sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Repeat the steps for the second shoe.

Crochet Baby Beanie

Take the yarn in MC (gray) and 7 mm crochet hook and create a foundation chain made of 30 (32, 34) chains.

Join both ends of the foundation chain with a slip stitch.

Work in rounds. At the end of each round, join the round with ss, create a turning ch.

Always start in the very first st of the round.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 1: Ch 2. Dc 30 (32, 34). = 30 (32, 34) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Switch the colors.

Round 2: Ch 1.Hdc 30 (32, 34). Ss. = 30 (32, 34) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Round 3: Ch 1.Sc 30 (32, 34). = 30 (32, 34) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Row 4: Ch 2. Repeat (dc2tog, dc) 10 (10, 11) times. Work dc2tog into the last 2 sts of the round for the 3 – 6 months and 1 dc into the very last st for the 6 – 12 months. = 20 (21, 23) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Row 5: Ch 2. Repeat dc2tog 10 (10, 11) times. Work dc 1 into the last st of the round for the 3 – 6 months and6 – 12 months. = 10 (11, 12) sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Row 7: Ch 2. Join all the remaining sts together with a large decrease dc5tog (dc6tog).

Cut the yarn and fasten off. Hide the yarn tails between the sts.

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Bow

SO FLUFFY - Crochet Baby Booties and Beanie

Create a foundation chain made of 9 chains using the CC.

Work in rows.

Row 1: start in the 3rd ch from the hook. Dc 7. Turn.

Row 2: Ch-1 turning ch. Sc 7.

Cut the yarn and fasten off. Hide the tail between the sts.

Take a small amount of yarn in the MC and wrap it around the center of the just created panel in the shape of the bow.

Attach the bow to the shoes and beanie. Make sure the bow is nicely secured to the main object.

DID YOU TRY OUT THIS PATTERN?
I’d love to know how it turned out! Please let me know by leaving a comment below. Or snap a photo and share it on Instagram. Be sure to tag me @crobypatterns.

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Pattern updated on the 31st of January 2022.

41 comments

Geneva September 9, 2014 - 05:50

Thank you for the very cute pattern

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Jennifer September 9, 2014 - 06:40

Very cute pattern! They are adorable! 🙂 looking forward to see more of your creations.

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B levy September 9, 2014 - 11:17

I put in the password ILoveCrobyPatterns, buy didn’t get this lovely pattern. What am I doing wrong?

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Doroteja September 9, 2014 - 17:47

Please send me an email on [email protected] and I will send you the pattern 🙂

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Mayra November 22, 2014 - 03:31

Me encantó este trabajo. Gracias por compartirlo

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Shadochasa December 10, 2014 - 09:03

Beautiful design….today can be considered very Dr Who….because ‘Bow ties are Cool!’ of course 🙂

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Marlene Martin December 12, 2014 - 00:53

I just came across your website. I absolutely love your patterns and you are so generous to post them free for our use. Is there any way I can print the pattern??

Have a super Christmas holiday, Marlene

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Taylor April 22, 2015 - 02:19

These are too cute! I just bought some Spun bamboo yarn, it is bulky (5) weight.. do you think this will be compatible with your pattern?

Thank you 🙂
Taylor

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Doroteja April 22, 2015 - 08:35

Hi Taylor,
I use For Seasons Gründl yarn, Alaska for this project. Ravelry link: http://www.ravelry.com/yarns/library/four-seasons-grundl-alaska 🙂
Hope it helps 🙂
Happy crocheting!
Doroteja

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Cindi August 2, 2015 - 02:31

I absolutely love this pattern. I have tried so many bootie patterns and this one is exactly what I have been looking for! Love your website. Thanks so much Doroteja.

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Laurie January 26, 2016 - 02:58

Row 6 is missing

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Doroteja January 29, 2016 - 11:24

Thank you Laurie 🙂

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Angela wall February 15, 2016 - 04:38

What hook is 7mm

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Doroteja February 15, 2016 - 13:24

Hi Angela
7 mm crochet hook is a size between K/10 and L/11. It’s metric crochet hook size. You can read more about crochet hooks here: https://crobypatterns.com/crochet-lesson-1-how-to-use-a-crochet-hook/

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Rebecca March 6, 2016 - 04:15

I’ve made like 10 of these for my girlfriend who is pregnant, they are so cute my mom said she wants to hang them on the wall :p

Do you have a pattern like this in child sizes? Am trying to do it myself but keep coming up lop-sided or just not matching….I’m not so good with the altering of patterns lol

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Doroteja March 6, 2016 - 17:04

Hi Rebecca
I am so happy to hear you like the pattern so much. At the moment the max size for booties in my patterns is 12 months. I thinking about adding bigger sizes in the future too. 🙂 I know that sometimes changing the yarn weight or changing the size of the hook just isn’t enough. Especially when you are already using big chunky yarn for the project. But just like I said, it’s definitely on my to do list. 🙂

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Mal May 5, 2016 - 14:01

Hi Doroteja
I love this pattern, it is gorgeous. I couldn’t figure out how to get this pattern so I could print it off. Could you please email it to me. I can’t wait to get started on it.
Regards Mal

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Kris July 21, 2016 - 15:41

This pattern is so cute and I want to try making them for my new granddaughter. But I don’t see in the directions what the sizes are. Can you clarify?

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Doroteja July 22, 2016 - 11:20

Hi Kris
This baby booties are written in three sizes: 0 – 3 months (3 – 6 months, 6 – 12 months).:)

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Carmen July 27, 2016 - 18:46

Hello! I love these and thanks for sharing. I need to make something for my friends daughter who is due in October. Do you have a printable version on this? When I print it doesn’t come out right and to many pages. I have a hard time staring at computers this is why I’m asking. I appreciate it.

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Allison September 22, 2016 - 21:26

I found your pattern and it is perfect for making and donating them. ButI am confused on Row 4.
It says

Row 4: Chain 1. Sc 5 (6, 8). Hdc 2. Repeat dc2tog six times.

How do I do the dc2tog if I haven’t yet made any dc’s. ???

Thanks so much!

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Doroteja September 26, 2016 - 14:25

Just repeat dc2tog stitch 6 times. 🙂

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Stacy January 24, 2018 - 16:09

Hi Doroteja
Love this pattern for the booties and hat want to make them for my friend the only hook I have right now is a H/8-5.00 mm is there a way to adjust pattern to use this hook?

Thanks

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Doroteja February 8, 2018 - 14:36

Hi Stacy,

The pattern is written in 3 sizes. Try to use the pattern for a larger size you actually need. 🙂 Happy crocheting! 🙂

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Nikkia February 11, 2018 - 17:57

Can you tell me how long each product in the three sizes will be when it’s finished??

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DREAMA February 25, 2018 - 21:24

I just finished making a pair for a friends grandbaby – Now mind you I have recently thought myself how to read patterns and this was so simple for me to do. They turned out so cute.
Is there a way that I can print the pattern so I don’t lose it?
Thank you so much.

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Doroteja March 3, 2018 - 14:24

You can print it directly from browser or you can save the post to your bookmarks. 😊

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Doroteja August 5, 2018 - 23:35

The numbers written in the ( ) are for larger sizes. 🙂

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Yvonne January 31, 2019 - 07:33

Thank you for sharing.

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sofie March 24, 2019 - 13:03

Hi ive just crocheted this beanie, but is only 12″ and a 0-3 month beanie is normally 14″ so im now having to undo the whole beanie and start again

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Doroteja March 25, 2019 - 12:44

I am sorry to hear that Sofie. What if you add a few rounds with a couple of increases in each round at the bottom of the beanie to make it bigger?

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Amanda Van Ahmadi April 23, 2019 - 05:53

Hello,
I absolutely love this pattern. I am a beginner crocheter so I am having a hard time following the pattern. Is there a video somewhere I could watch or could you make a video?
Thanks, Amanda

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Doroteja May 6, 2019 - 11:29

Hi Amanda!
I sorry, but not for this tutorial. You can find a very similar pattern for crochet baby booties on my Youtube channel. They are blue with large buttons on the sides. 🙂

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Amy January 6, 2021 - 21:57

Hello what is the gauge for this pattern? I don’t see it anywhere

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Doroteja March 17, 2021 - 14:18

I am sorry, I did not write it down when I was making the pattern. This one was one of my first few patterns I’ve made. At that time I had no idea how important the gauge actually is. 🤦‍♀️

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Karen K March 26, 2021 - 22:31

I used a super bulky chenille type yarn, category 6, and size K crochet hook, 6.5 mm, to make a 0-3 month bootie. But the bootie looks giant! LOL It measures about 4.25″ long and about 3″ wide. Do you have the approximate size of your finished bootie? I hope the yarn is not too big, since it does say “super bulky”. I’m not sure if using an even smaller crochet hook would help. Any suggestions? When using this chenille yarn, it’s so fluffy, it can be hard to distinguish the stitches to see where to insert the hook 😉 Thanks

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Doroteja April 28, 2021 - 10:19

Hi Karen! This pattern is from the very early stages of my pattern writing and my crochet journey. As you can see a bunch of information is missing and just a few of them are gauge and project measurements. 🤦‍♀️ If my memory is correct, these baby booties were normal size. This means the length of the sole was not larger than 10 cm. 😄 I remember my yarn was very thick and this golden color crochet hook is definitely a 7 mm crochet hook because I still use it all the time. 😀 I think I have never worked with chenille yarn before, therefore it’s hard for me to say or make any recommendations. All I can say is, use stitch markers to mark your stitches and if you can’t see the stitches, other people won’t see them either. That means the yarn is probably very forgiving and if you miss or add a stitch or two, nobody will notice. 😄

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