These cute Oka Crochet Baby Moccasins are a stylish way to keep Baby’s feet warm! The pattern comes 3 sizes from newborn to 12 months. The pattern allows for mixing and matching 2 colors. Make them all your own!
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I have been meaning to rework my Crochet Baby Moccasins for a while now. In fact, this is the second time I have reworked them. I just couldn’t get it right. They fall flat on Facebook and Pinterest and I knew they needed some sort of fix. I inquired about how to make them better in my Facebook group (and in my newsletter) and I got a lot of really great suggestions. If you gave me some ideas, thank you very much! Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest through the trees. Quite frankly, these Oka Crochet Moccasins turned out compelely different than the original, but hopefully they will be something that you will swoon over ;)


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Aren’t those little tassels just adorable? Using embroidery floss was a stroke of genius that hit me last night while I was falling asleep. They turned out perfect, and really gives these crochet moccasins a classic look.

Also, I updated my basic baby shoe soles for the last time ( hopefully!). I’ve made a few tweaks over the years but I think this last fix has finally perfecting the design to my liking. It fixes the weird bump on the bottom of the heel and it also puts the seam directly up the back of the shoe instead of on the side. I won’t be updated the older posts (at least not in the immediate future) but any new baby shoe designs from here on out will have this new sole design.

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Please remember: You are free to use this crochet baby moccasins pattern to make and sell, but do not republish or distribute this pattern in any way. Please DO NOT use my photos in your listings.

What you need: (affiliate links)
F Hook
– Medium Weight Yarn in two colors (Caron Simply Soft)
Darning Needle
Embroidery Floss(optional)

Abbreviations: US Terms
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch
BLO – Back Loops Only

Gauge:  (the sole is the gauge, so use the sole length as your guide. Go up or down a hook size to achieve the proper size.


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You can tie the yarn in front, but the tassel really give these crochet moccasins the perfect finishing touch, don’t you think?





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  1. You got me! After reading all of that, Getting here “OKA CROCHET MOCCASINS – CROCHET PATTERN FOR BABY”, to find no pattern at all. You got me!
    This is as nice as I can be to a sneaky pattern writer.

  2. Good evening Bethany !

    I loooove these cute moccasins !! So adorable !

    I’m working on the toe flap but I don’t know how many SC I need to put when making the border. (When making my way to the curved part of toe flap)

  3. I just asked a question about the final stitch count on the 0-3 mo size. My count is 37. I am not doing something right because a couple soles have a different count!

    Sorry to have to send a second message.

  4. Hello Bethany, I absolutely, love this pattern! I have not completed a pair yet. I am getting ahead on my baby soles because I want to do more of your shoe/boot patterns!

    I have my 4th granddaughter coming in June!

    I do have a question. The final count on the 0-3 months should be 30, is that correct?



      1. Just getting back to you! My phone completely quit on me and then my computer crashed the next day!!

        At the end of the first row, I have 23 sts, sometimes. I believe my trouble is after the w/sl st, I am starting in the wrong stitch. So, I end up with a different count sometimes and it looks bad when I add the new color. It doesn’t look even.

        I guess I need to keep working on it.

  5. So we don’t have to join the round on 2nd row for the 3-6 months old size ? I get a little confused, because the pattern said the seam would be in the back, but mine always end up on the side … Thank you .. love from Indonesia, fyi I already made 3 of your pattern for my cousin and they loved them all!! Your pattern is epic !!

  6. I love these!!!! I think in step two of the largest size, after the 2nd 11sc, you are missing the last 2sc in last 2 stitches. It kept coming out weird for me and I think thats what is was! Thank you so much for the free pattern :)

  7. I love the way these came out!!! They do look quite a bit different, but what a wonderful look they have; more toe room, a wonderful flap that folds down with just a tie, and neater and easier seaming. They are just so sweet!!! Thank you for another lovely pattern!!!