Even though it’s still pretty cold outside, my crochet ideas are actually shifting more towards spring  (gotta get started early!).  I have a few more wintry ideas up my sleeve, but this will be my last winter baby bootie pattern until next fall. Yay for spring!

These baby moccasin boots are so sweet and warm! I made a cute rose-pink pair for my brand new niece, and her mama said they kept her teeny toes warm and cozy. I should have made her a pair in each size, because she had them on her feet all winter long. 

baby moccasins boots booties free crochet pattern


I made another pair for my other niece, who is 9 months old. She isn’t walking yet, but they look so cute on her!



Keep baby’s feet cozy and warm with these baby moccasin boots. Get the free crochet pattern at Whistle & Ivy

I made them for my nieces, but these mocs would be cute for a little boy, too. 

Keep baby’s feet cozy and warm with these baby moccasin boots. Get the free crochet pattern at Whistle & Ivy
The laces really helps these boots stay on baby’s feet! You can cinch them up if your baby has thin feet, or let them be a bit loose for round, chubby feet. 
Keep baby’s feet cozy and warm with these baby moccasin boots. Get the free crochet pattern at Whistle & Ivy


***You are welcome to use this pattern to make items in your crochet shop, however you MUST link back to this blog post in your listing. And DO NOT redistribute this pattern. If you wish to share, share the link to this page. Redistribution is theft, so please, be kind and link back. Thanks for your cooperation!***

Stitches used:

Single crochet
Double Crochet
Half Double Crochet

 You can find the pattern here: Baby Moccasin Boots


Approx. sole lengths: 

0-3 Months – 3 1/2″
3-6 Months – 4″
6-9 Months – 4 1/2 ”
9-12 Months – 4 3/4 “

Happy crocheting!
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  1. Can you tell me what the differences are in the older style mocassin booties and the new ones? Is it in the patterns,the differences? Sorry I do not see the change just difference in colors

  2. Can you provide the baby moccasin booties in 9-12 months? I can’t seem to find it on the downloaded pattern from your site. Thanks!

  3. I dloaded the baby moccasins but the pictures of the Whistle and Ivy logos, etc, obscure the first parts of the instructions. How do I get rid of them? I can send a screen shot. Also, I’ve never actually been able to make any booties, so I need to know what size crochet hook to use to make size 4 baby booties. Can you help? Thank you so much for these patterns. I think these will work for me! Jane Elizabeth

    1. I’m not sure about a size 4, my sizes are in months. You can use the F hook, as suggested in the pattern, and measure your finished sole against the indicated lengths in the post. Also, the logo is a light gray, so make sure you are opening it with Adobe Reader. Happy crocheting!

    1. The logo is light gray. If you are using a Kindle, try opening in Adobe Reader, but because it is e-paper, it has a hard time with gray.

  4. Bethany:

    I love the pics of these booties! I have 2 year old and 5 month old girls, and am wanting to crochet these for the fall and winter months. I am new to crochet, so having a video to follow is nice. Is there any way you might consider adding this pattern to the youtube videos you already have? Also, can you help me size the pattern for a 2 year old? What changes do I need to make? I have no experience with changing a pattern in order to make a different size.


    1. Hi Noelle! Yes! I am working on getting videos shot for all my patterns. Subscribe to my channel and you will get an email when any of my patterns are uploaded. To size it up is doable but would take some trial and error. You would need to make it longer and wider. So you would need an extra row (take care to work another increase around the toe and heel), but take the extra row into account for your finished length. I usually go up 2 chains on the foundation for each size up. It might be easier to just get a bulkier yarn and a bigger hook and work the largest size.

  5. These are way too cute. I’m tempted to learn how to crochet just to make these. I actually learned to knit to do a baby project back before my first kid was born. Love these! Pinning.