Crochet Rainbow Baby Booties made with Clover Amour Crochet Hooks

I had the pleasure of trying out the Clover Amour crochet hooks this past week! This was a big deal for me because I’ve been using the same hook for 3 years. But when the Clover hooks arrived in their pretty packaging with 10 brightly colored hooks in a rainbow of colors, I couldn’t wait to get one in my hands and around some yarn!

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The colorful easy grip handles inspired me to make these rainbow baby booties! The first thing I noticed was how light the hooks are plus the shape of the grip fit PERFECTLY in my hand! My hand never cramped or felt tired. Even after crocheting 8 booties! You can easily adjust the size of the booties by using a different size Clover Amour crochet hook. As you see in the picture below, this is the variation in sizes between using the F, H, and J hooks. I was able to get the largest bootie on my daughter who is 18 months. The smaller F size bootie would probably fit a 3 month old. You may also notice that this pattern is an updated and much easier version of my cuffed baby booties pattern.

Clover Amour Crochet Hooks. I used sizes F, H, and J for the booties you see above.
– Worsted weight yarn. I used Vanna’s Choice in White, Scarlett, Terracotta, Mustard, Fern, and Dusty Purple. Blue is Loops & Threads Impeccable in Aqua.
– Tapestry Needle
Magic Ring Tutorial
SC = Single Crochet
HDC = Half Double Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
Rainbow Baby Booties Pattern:
Starting with white
Chain 10, SC in 2nd chain from hook, SC in next 7, make 5 SC in the last chain
Now working on opposite side, SC 9, join, ch 1
Round 2: HDC, 2 HDC, HDC in next 6, 2 HDC in next 2, HDC in next 2, 2 HDC in next 2, HDC in next 6, 2 HDC, HDC in last, join, ch 1.
Round 3: SC 10, 2 SC in next 2, 2 HDC in next 4, 2 SC in next 2, SC in next 10, join, ch 1.
Round 4:  In back loops only, SC around, join, ch 1. (36 SC)

Change to red
Round 5: Now working in both loops, SC around, join, ch 1. (36 SC)
Change to orange
Round 6: SC in each stitch around, join, ch 1 (36 sc)
Change to yellow
Round 7: SC in each stitch around, join, ch 1 (36 sc)
Change to green
Round 8: SC in first 12, [SC decrease, SC in next ] 
4 times, SC in last 12, join, ch 1. (32 sc)
Change to blue
Round 9: SC in first 10, [SC decrease, SC in next] 4 times], SC in last 10, join, ch 1. (28 sc)
Change to purple
Round 10: SC in first 8, [SC decrease, SC in next] 4 times, Sc in last 8, join, ch 1. (24 sC)
Change to white
Round 11: SC in first 6, [SC decrease, SC in next] 4 times, SC in last 6, join, ch 1. (20 sc)
Round 12: SC in each stitch around, join (20 sc)
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Weave strand of white yarn between round 11 and 12. Tie in a bow in the front. This can be used to tighten booties onto little feet :) 

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  1. says

    Thanks for the tutorial and fun giveaway (I too am always draw to bright happy colors!) of these fancy crochet hooks (mine are the plain metal kind, work just fine of course, but not as pretty). I am new to crochet and didn't realize you could change a project's size THAT drastically by simply changing the hook size!

    • says

      Awesome post i only have one of these. Clover hooks are my absolute fav! :) ive got almost all from the previous range 😀
      @ Crafty yes you can change the size of your work with change in needle but sometimes need to adjust the yarn too so the work doesn't look too loose or tight :)

  2. says

    These are funny little booties. The Clover Amour hooks are my favorite hooks. I can recommend them to all crocheters.

    Dear greetings, Margaret

  3. says

    Eeeek! I was coming for the rainbow baby bootie pattern…………I didn't know there was a giveaway too! Thank you! I'm dying to own some Clover Amour hooks!

  4. says

    Thank you for the pattern, I'm not sure but on the first row, when you get to the back side, shouldn't it be sc 7 like the first side. I did it that way and the count was right. It turned out so cute. Thanks again.

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  7. Margaret says

    What does it mean when it says ; working on opposite side.
    These are so cute, would like some to donate to the hospital.

    • Constance says

      Hi Margaret! That means that you would be working on the same chain, but on the opposite side of the stitch. So, instead of turning it and going the opposite direction you continue going the same direction around the chain. This gives you the oval.

  8. GLORIA says

    I just want to say I LOVE YOUR PATTERNS…..CAN’T WAIT FOR YOUR NEXT POST…..thank you, thank you…..

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