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Crocheted Baby Booties




Making something by hand for an arriving baby is a thoughtful gesture on the part of a friend or relative -- and it's also a nice way for an expectant mom to pass time toward the end of her pregnancy. These adorable ruby-red booties are an excellent project for an experienced crocheter.


  • Crocheted booties instruction card
  • Crochet hook US size D3 (3.25 mm)
  • 50 grams red fingering-weight wool yarn
  • Yarn needle
  • Two white shirt buttons
  • Red or white sewing thread


  1. Step 1

    Download our crocheted booties instruction card; fold the card crosswise, then crosswise again, so it resembles a pamphlet.

  2. Step 2

    Follow crochet and assembly instructions indicated in pamphlet.

Martha Stewart Baby, Winter 2001



Reviews (4)

  • LeonorOleaga 12 Nov, 2012

    Hi, is the download link ok? when I press the link it drives me to a wrong .pdf

  • jspage 9 Jan, 2009

    About the enormous size ... did you check the gauge? Everyone's crochet stitches are different (tighter or looser), and you may need to go down a hook size, regardless of what the instructions say.

  • boothiez 16 Nov, 2008

    I attempted this pattern using the appropriate yarn and hook but it ended up being enormous!?!?

  • niaamalia 21 Aug, 2008

    halo MArtha! i'd like to thank you you for this project template. i'll try to get my hands on it for my second baby, hopefully. cute!