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Elf Baby Shoes Crochet Free Pattern

This step by step tutorial of how to crochet elf baby boot (booties) is a festive holiday project that will make everyone who sees them smile and get into the spirit.

If you are great at crochet yarn into cute booties or other pieces, you can make the little ones in your life some of the cutest designs. If you are ready for a challenge or just want to make something cute for Christmas time, then you have come to the right place.

These little booties and their instructions below will show you how to make some sweet elf booties that can also look like little chilies as well. You do not even need much in the way of yarn supplies to make these little elf shoes.

Elf Baby Shoes Crochet Free Pattern

You just need some red and green yarn, a G hook, a tapestry needle, two markets, and some scissors. While you will find the instructions below, you will want to set aside some time to create these shoes. Which will be perfect for that newborn baby on your Christmas list.

You can also make the shoes a little bigger by adding more rows if the little one is older than two months or has a bigger foot than your average newborn. With the holiday’s coming, do not waste another second not making these fantastic booties.

Have you ever noticed how cute babies are? There is just something about them that make them so darn lovable, so darn huggable, kissable, and so much more. They have so many cute outfits that you just never know what you can find for a sweet little girl or boy.

Plenty of time left to make these adorable elf booties for baby to wear during the Christmas season. They are totally adorable. Lee from Ravelry website shares a free downloadable crochet pattern for these festive elf baby shoes.

These baby shoes are beyond cute and perfect for the holidays.

Click here to read how to crochet elf baby boot (booties) is a festive holiday project :


One of our great viewers, Pamela made this totally adorable elf hat to go with the shoes. The patter is like five dollars to buy but it is so cute. They have sizes newborn through 12 months and I am sure anyone with crochet skills could make it bigger if need be.

photo by Pamela Brooks Unverzart
photo by Pamela Brooks Unverzart

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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