All the yarn things…right to your inbox. Sign up here.

Double Strapped Baby Mary Janes Crochet Pattern

by | All Designs, Crochet, Free Patterns, Kids & Toys

FREE! Adorable baby mary janes crochet pattern! | www.1dogwoof.com

UPDATE: I am now offering a printable PDF version of this Double-Strapped Mary Janes crochet patten for sale on Craftsy. The PDF  does not have ads or comments, and has the photos at the bottom for easier printing.

This is my first new crochet pattern in a while and I’m pretty excited about it!  Part of that is probably because I just recently unpacked a crochet hook.  Or rather, two crochet hooks. The rest is still tucked away in the garage somewhere.  But hey, a G hook is all you need!  The reasoning behind this baby shoe project is because LM refuses to wear shoes.  She just rips them off and throws them everywhere – I lost one of her new shoes at Ikea the other day when I wasn’t paying attention.  So, although I love my Mary Janes, I needed a pair that couldn’t be taken off so easily by grabby little hands, hence my double strapped baby mary janes crochet pattern!  I can attach the button wherever I want, and I attached it far back enough to ensure a snug fit for baby’s fat ankles.

These mary janes are so cute! | www.1dogwoof.com

This pattern is for personal use only.  Please do not claim this pattern as your own, or sell or distribute it.  If you would like to share this pattern, please link to this site and do not repost the pattern on your site.  You can sell finished items made from this pattern, but please link back and give credit to One Dog Woof.  Thanks!

Supplies:

Clover 1045/G Purple Amour Crochet Hook, Size G, 4.0mm*
small amount of worsted weight yarn, in two colors  (I used worsted weight yarn and a G hook to make a shoe sized for 6-12 months.  The other hook I found was an F hook, so I used that with fingerling baby weight yarn and made shoes suitable for 0-3 months.  I imagine some combination of hook size and yarn and gauge will give you a pair of shoes sized for 3-6 months, all using the same pattern.)
two buttons
embroidery needle
scissors
crochet thread for the buttons (I used a scrap of Lion Brand Yarn 601-630 Bonbons Yarn, Beach* in red)
sewing needle to attach the buttons

* affliate links.

Abbreviations:

ch: chain stitch
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
yo: yarn over
hdc2tog: half double crochet two together – a decreasing stitch -> yo, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yo, insert hook into next stitch, pull up a loop, yo, pull yarn through all 5 loops on hook.
dc2tog: double crochet two together – a decreasing stitch -> yo, insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yo, pull yarn through 1st two loops on hook. yo, insert hook into next stitch, pull up a loop, yo, pull yarn through 1st two loops on hook, yo, pull yarn through all 3 loops on hook.
sl st: slip stitch
standing start: with a slip knot on hook, insert hook into stitch, yo, pull up a loop.  yo, pull yarn through loops on hook.  1 sc created.

Pattern:

Note: The first stitch following a chain in each round is worked into the same stitch as the chain (chain does not count as a stitch), except for Round 7, where the hdc is worked into the next stitch (ch2 is considered a stitch).

Round 1: Ch 14.  Sc in 2nd ch from hook.  Work 1 sc in each of next 8 stitches.  Hdc 1 in each of next 3 stitches.  Hdc 6 in last stitch.  Hdc 1 in each of next 3 stitches, working down the opposite side of chain.  Work 1 sc in each of next 8 stitches.  Sc 3 in last stitch.  Join with sl st to first sc.  (32)

Round 2: Ch 2.  Work 1 hdc in each of next 12 stitches.  *hdc 2 in next stitch, hdc 1 in next stitch, hdc 2 in next stitch*.  Repeat from * once more.  Working down the other side, hdc 1 in each of next 12 stitches.  3 hdc in each of next 2 stitches.  Join with sl st to first stitch.  (40)

Round 3: Ch 1.  Work 1 sc in each stitch around. Join with sl st to first sc.  (40)

Round 4: Ch 1.  Turn your work clockwise so that you are facing the wrong side (inside) of the sole.  Insert hook into the space below the last sc you made in the previous round and work 1 sc.  Work 1 sc in each stitch around by inserting hook into the space between rounds 2 and 3 and working the sc AROUND the stitches from round 3.  Since you are facing the wrong side of the sole, this round will be worked in the opposite direction as previous round.  You will also end up with 1 extra stitch (41).  At the end of the round, join to the first sc with a sl st and fasten off.

Round 5: {NEW COLOR} Turn your work again so that the right side (bottom) of the sole is facing you.  With the body color yarn, work a standing start into the last stitch of the previous round.  Work 1 sc in each of next 14 stitches.  Sc 2 in each of next 7 stitches.  Work 1 sc in each of next 19 stitches.  Join to first sc with sl st. (48)

Round 6: Ch 1.  Work 1 sc in each of next 14 stitches.  *hdc 1 in next stitch, then hdc2tog the next 2 stitches*.  Repeat from * once more.  Hdc2tog twice.  *hdc2tog the next 2 stitches, then hdc 1 in next stitch*.  Repeat from * once more.  Work 1 sc in each of next 18 stitches.  Join to first sc.  (42)

Round 7: Ch 2.  Hdc 1 in next stitch (see Note above).  Work 1 sc in each of next 10 stitches.  Hdc 1 in next stitch, then dc2tog the next 2 stitches.  *Skip 1 stitch and dc into next stitch*.  Repeat from * 3 more times.  Skip 1 stitch then dc2tog next 2 stitches.  Hdc 1 in next stitch.  Work 1 sc in each of next 10 stitches.  Hdc 1 in each of next 5 stitches.  Join to the 2nd chain of starting chain using a sl st.  (35)

Round 8 (Left shoe) : Work 1 sl st in each of next 12 stitches.  Ch 20, sl st in 5th chain from hook, ch 15, then sl st in same stitch.  Work 1 sl st in each of next 9 stitches.  Ch 2, skip 2 stitches, then sl st in next stitch.  Work 1 sl st in each of next 12 stitches.  Join and fasten off with the invisible join.

Round 8 (Right shoe) : Work 1 sl st in each of next 8 stitches.  Ch 2, skip 2 stitches, then sl st in next stitch.  Work 1 sl st in each of next 9 stitches.  Ch 20, sl st in 5th chain from hook, ch 15, then sl st in same stitch.  Work 1 sl st in each of next 15 stitches.  Join and fasten off with the invisible join.

Finishing:  For both shoes, insert the strap through the hole made in the last round.  Sew on a button on the same side as the beginning of the strap, and place it wherever you need to towards the back of the shoe.  I placed mine about 6 stitches in from the center of the heel.  The loop you made when sl st in the 5th chain from hook is the button loop.  Make sure you choose a button that will fit that loop.

How to finish mary janes | www.1dogwoof.com

Adorable baby mary janes crochet pattern | www.1dogwoof.com

Ah, yes, those elephant buttons.  Aren’t they the cutest thing?  I luuuurve them, and have been holding (hoarding) onto them for a while, ever since I picked them up in Taiwan.  I also have star shaped ones, duckies, and puppies.  Oh the cuteness abounds!

Free crochet pattern for baby mary janes | www.1dogwoof.com

These mary janes can be made in any baby size | www.1dogwoof.com

These crochet mary janes are so cute! | www.1dogwoof.com

Free baby mary janes crochet pattern. Adorable! | www.1dogwoof.com

Spread the word!

Did you enjoy this pattern?  I’d love it if you Like or Pin this post to share with your friends!  Just use the buttons at the top or bottom of this post.

You might also like some of my other free patterns:

Rainbow Cuddles Unicorn

Lolly-Poms Easy Ribbed Beanie

Cozy Infinity Scarf

 

190 Comments

  1. Sarah

    It seems in the 7th row I had to add more stitches till I reached the optimal strap start. Then also had to add more stitches to make the hole for the strap in the right place. Also the front of my shoe is not a tidy as yours. Any advice?

    Reply
  2. Pam

    These are so stinkin’ adorable!!! I have a question tho. I have counted row 7 several times and I keep coming up with 34 but your count shows 35. Here is what I see:

    1 – Hdc 1 in next stitch.
    2-11 – Work 1 sc in each of next 10 stitches.
    12 – Hdc 1 in next stitch,
    13 – then dc2tog the next 2 stitches.
    14 – *Skip 1 stitch and dc into next stitch*.
    15-17 – Repeat from * 3 more times.
    18 – Skip 1 stitch then dc2tog next 2 stitches. 19 – Hdc 1 in next stitch.
    20-29 – Work 1 sc in each of next 10 stitches. 30-34 – Hdc 1 in each of next 5 stitches.

    Join to the 2nd chain of starting chain using a sl st. (35)

    Is this correct?

    Thank you so much for sharing your pattern and for your speedy response!

    Pam

    Reply
    • ChiWei

      Hi, I was counting the other day, and I can’t remember if that’s correct, to be honest. I’ll have to go look for the actual shoes and count them again.

      Reply
    • Linda

      read the pattern note.. ch 2 counts as 1st stitch on row 7 only… so that first hdc is second stitch on row, not first stitch

      Reply
  3. Jane

    Very cute! Thank you for sharing pattern.

    Reply
  4. Sarah

    I finally found a super cute baby shoe with easy to follow instructions! So fun to make! Thank you so much!!

    Reply
  5. Carol Grubich

    I am a knitter, but know basic crochet. I am having a few difficulties interpreting the pattern correctly. For the hdc2together next 2 stiches. the hdc2together uses 2 stitches. Does the pattern mean you do it twice? I am not ending up correctly.

    Reply
    • ChiWei

      Any decreasing stitch is worked across 2 stitches. The hdc2tog means you work the next 2 stitches together using an hdc, but you only do it once. 2 htc2tog means you do it twice, using 4 stitches. Hope that makes sense!

      Reply
  6. Bess

    What is your suggested worsted weight yarn for this project? Specifics, please. Thanks!! 😀

    Reply
  7. Maria

    I’ve made these multiple times now and no matter what I do, I have to modify the pattern slightly to make the toe part centered. for example, I have to start row six with 16 sc and then end it with 16 sc. Just wondering if that’s normal with other people? Am I doing something wrong? I always have the correct amount of stitches at the end of each round.

    Reply
  8. Ness C

    Thank you so much for sharing! I tried these, but since I didn’t have buttons that matched the yarn, I crocheted on two knobs. ;p https://imgur.com/a/N980K

    Reply
  9. Rafeela

    Hi Iam new youtuber. Iam very weak in English. So first I say Sorry for any mistakes. I want to show this shoe pattern in my channel. May l use this pattern.

    Reply
  10. Siera

    I love these! So adorable! Have you ever thought of coming up with bigger sizes? I’d love to have a pair for myself and my 3 daughters! I actually used your straps on this pattern to put on my flats that kept coming off as I walk I had to adjust the length of course!

    Reply
  11. Katie

    I love this pattern, especially the sole, it comes out so well, I was wondering if you have considered using the sole pattern for some little boots or the like for a baby boys shoe?

    Thanks for the awesome pattern
    Katie

    Reply
  12. Na ta

    I like the information you share in this article. bloxorz

    Reply
  13. atari breakout

    The baby crochet shoes are beautiful and very cute, I really like the homemade stuff. Thank you for sharing.

    Reply
  14. bush mush

    awww so cute for babies. the stuff looks really the best quality. i like it thanks for sharing.

    Reply
  15. run 3

    The information is very special, I will have to follow you, the information you bring is very real, reflecting correctly and objectively, it is very useful for society to grow together

    Reply
  16. Aziraphale Coat

    Our the purpose is to share the reviews about the latest Jackets,Coats and Vests also share the related Movies, Gaming, Casual,Faux Leather and Leather materials available.

    Reply
  17. ramzan bashir

    baby will look so beautiful when he will wear it

    Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *