Plaid Cuff Baby Booties – Size 6-9 and 9-12 months

Time to get a couple more sizes out for you guys. I hope you all have been enjoying your newborn and 3-6 month sizes. I would love to see some of your finished products! Tag me in your projects on Instagram and Facebook.

I found the best way to obtain these sizes was to jump up to a 4.0mm hook.  The nice thing about using this size hook is it works up so much faster.  The 3.5mm hook makes a nice tight stitch for the smaller sizes, but it is a bit slow going.

 

As we get into these larger sizes, just a reminder that the soles are pretty slippery.  So, if you are making these for walking babies, ensure you take measures to make the soles non slip.  I found this link from Moogly with several great ways to make your booties non slip. Otherwise, take precautions to keep your little mover safe while wearing them (ie. in car seats, photo shoots, or on carpeted surfaces only).

I will do my best to get toddler, child and adult sizes out as soon as I can! For now, please subscribe to the blog at the very bottom of the page to make sure you don’t miss out on a single free pattern.

Click here for the newborn size, or here for the 3-6 month size. 

Plaid Cuff Baby Booties

Size 6-9 Months:

What you will need: 

Abbreviations used:

  • ch – chain
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • slst – slip stitch
  • SC – single crochet
  • HDC – half double crochet
  • BLhdc – back loop half double crochet
  • DC2tog – double crochet two together
  • SC2tog – single crochet two together

Start with Main colour.

Sole:

Ch 12

Row 1: SC into the 2nd chain from hook. 1 SC into each of the next 9 sts. 5 SC into the last ch st.  Now working on the other side of the chain, work 1 SC into the next 9 st. 2 SC in the last st. Join with slst to the first SC of the first row. (26 sts)

Row 2: Ch 2 (This will count as your first HDC). HDC in the same st as the ch-2. 1 HDC into each of the next 9 st. 2 HDC into the next 5 st. 1 HDC into the next 9 st. 2 HDC into the next 2 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (34 sts)

Row 3: Ch 2 (This will count as your first HDC). HDC in the same st as the ch-2. 1 HDC into each of the next 14 st. 2 HDC into the next 3 st. 1 HDC into the next 14 st. 2 HDC into the next 2 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (40 sts)

Sides:

Row 4: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). BLhdc in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (40 sts)

Row 5: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (40 sts)

Top:

Row 6: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in the next 14 st. DC2tog 6 times. HDC in the next 13 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (34 sts)

Row 7: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in the next 13 st. DC2tog 4 times. HDC in the next 12 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (30 sts)

Row 8: Ch 1. SC in the next 13 st. SC2tog 2 times. SC in the next 13 st. Join with slst to your first SC. (28 sts)

Row 9: Ch 1. SC in the next 10 st. SC2tog 3 times. SC in the next 11 st. Join with slst to your first SC. (24 sts)

Change to Black (or dark colour):

Cuff:

Row 9-11: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (24 sts).

*We start our plaid st in row 12. See Whistle and Ivy’s tutorial video for the plaid st how to!

Row 12: Ch 2. Starting with your dark colour, plaid st 8 times around alternating between your dark and medium colour. Join with slst to your first DC.

Row 13: Ch 2. Starting with your medium colour, plaid st 8 times around alternating between your medium and light colour. Join with slst to your first DC.

Row 14: Ch 2. Starting with your dark colour, plaid st 8 times around alternating between your dark and medium colour. Join with slst to your first DC. Fasten off and weave in ALL ends (there will be a lot of them).

Finishing:

Fold down the plaid cuff. Fasten a button to the outside* of the cuff to complete that rustic look.

*The booties are not left or right specific, so you choose what the outside is. 

Size 9-12 Months:

What you will need: 

Abbreviations used:

  • ch – chain
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • slst – slip stitch
  • SC – single crochet
  • HDC – half double crochet
  • BLhdc – back loop half double crochet
  • DC2tog – double crochet two together
  • SC2tog – single crochet two together

Start with Main colour.

Sole:

Ch 13

Row 1: SC into the 2nd chain from hook. 1 SC into each of the next 10 sts. 5 SC into the last ch st.  Now working on the other side of the chain, work 1 SC into the next 10 st. 2 SC in the last st. Join with slst to the first SC of the first row. (28 sts)

Row 2: Ch 2 (This will count as your first HDC). HDC in the same st as the ch-2. 1 HDC into each of the next 10 st. 2 HDC into the next 5 st. 1 HDC into the next 10 st. 2 HDC into the next 2 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (36 sts)

Row 3: Ch 2 (This will count as your first HDC). HDC in the same st as the ch-2. 1 HDC into each of the next 15 st. 2 HDC into the next 3 st. 1 HDC into the next 15 st. 2 HDC into the next 2 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (42 sts)

Sides:

Row 4: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). BLhdc in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (42 sts)

Row 5: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (42 sts)

Top:

Row 6: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in the next 15 st. DC2tog 6 times. HDC in the next 14 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (36 sts)

Row 7: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in the next 14 st. DC2tog 4 times. HDC in the next 13 st. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (32 sts)

Row 8: Ch 1. SC in the next 14 st. SC2tog 2 times. SC in the next 13 st. Join with slst to your first SC. (30 sts)

Change to Black (or dark colour):

Cuff:

Row 9-11: Ch 2 (Counts as your first HDC). HDC in each st around. Join with slst to the top of your beginning ch-2. (30 sts).

*We start our plaid st in row 12. See Whistle and Ivy’s tutorial video for the plaid st how to!

Row 12: Ch 2. Starting with your dark colour, plaid st 8 times around alternating between your dark and medium colour. Join with slst to your first DC.

Row 13: Ch 2. Starting with your medium colour, plaid st 8 times around alternating between your medium and light colour. Join with slst to your first DC.

Row 14: Ch 2. Starting with your dark colour, plaid st 10 times around alternating between your dark and medium colour. Join with slst to your first DC. Fasten off and weave in ALL ends (there will be a lot of them).

Finishing:

Fold down the plaid cuff. Fasten a button to the outside* of the cuff to complete that rustic look.

*The booties are not left or right specific, so you choose what the outside is. 

Pair with Whistle and Ivy’s Plaid Trapper Hat for the little lumberjacks in your life! Hope you enjoy the pattern.  Please feel free to comment below with any questions you may have.

~ Jess

 

8 thoughts on “Plaid Cuff Baby Booties – Size 6-9 and 9-12 months

  1. I love this pattern and your Plaid Trapper Hat pattern! I was wondering if you have a pattern available for both the booties and the hat in a toddler and child size? I have two cousins who had baby boys this year and I am expecting a boy at the end of October. We also have two younger cousins (2 and 6 year old) that I would like to make matching hat and booties/slippers for. I already made the booties and hat for the three babies but we are hoping to get matching Christmas pajamas for them all and I would love to have matching hats and booties to go with them for Christmas. Thanks!!

    1. Hi Emily! So sorry it’s taken me so long to respond. We’ve been away from home and I haven’t been checking on the blog!

      The plaid hat pattern is from Bethany at whistleandivy.com and I believe she has a toddler size available. Unfortunately, I don’t have the booties in a toddler size just yet but I will do my best to post that up as soon as I can!

    1. Tina, thank you for pointing this out! I’m going to have a look right now! I think I may have just made a mistake!

    2. Tina, you are so right! Just a typo on my part! Thank you for pointing that out! Did the pattern work out for you okay with the 10 plaid stitches?

      1. Yes, the pattern worked fine other than being a little large around the ankle. So, to adjust for that, I added a chain of about 65 that I weaved at the base of the cuff and tied in a bow. It was a cute fix, and the customer loved it. Thanks for your adorable patterns.

  2. A few weeks ago, 9/20, I wrote about the booties. There are 30 stitches and it says to do 8 sections of plaid, but that would only use 24 stitches (8 x 3 = 24) so wouldn’t it be 10 sections of plaid or am I doing something wrong? Please help.

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