What wardrobe is complete without a cute pair of boots? Not wanting our amigurumi dolls to have a wardrobe that lacks this wardrobe staple, this week we are making a cute pair of crochet doll boots! Included in this free crochet pattern are detailed instructions as well as a step-by-step video tutorial. This easy pattern is super quick to work up so you can make pairs in different colors to match your various outfits.
This pattern is Week 19 of the Amigurumi Advent Calendar Crochet Along and is designed to fit my Advent Amy doll pattern which is a 10-inch doll when crocheted to gauge. However, it could fit a number of my other amigurumi doll patterns that I have available as free crochet patterns here on the blog.
When you’re done check out the free My Dolly Molly, My Pal Pascal and My Girl Pearl amigurumi patterns. Just keep in mind you’ll need to adjust your gauge.
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Missed the previous weeks of the CAL? No problem! You can start any time and there are already a lot of other free crochet doll clothes patterns available.
- Week 1: Learn how to crochet an easy doll with this amigurumi crochet doll tutorial for the legs and body.
- Week 2: Learn how to crochet the doll’s head and an easy hair cap for our dolls.
- Week 3: Learn how to crochet the doll’s arms, how to embroider eyelashes and a
nose on amigurumi, add blush to your doll and how to make a DIY advent calendar
- Week 4: Learn how to crochet a tank top for your amigurumi doll
- Weeks 5 & 6: Learn how to crochet doll shoes and a simple skirt for your doll
- Week 7: Learn how to crochet a t-shirt for your doll
- Week 8: Learn how to crochet overalls for your doll
- Week 9: Learn how to crochet a scarf for your doll
- Week 10: Learn how to make a hat for your doll with this crochet doll hat pattern
- Week 11: How to Crochet mini backpack for dolls
- Week 12: How to crochet an amigurumi doll dress
- Week 13 & 14: How to crochet doll shorts and pants
- Week 15: How to crochet a mini teddy bear
- Week 16: How to crochet a doll poncho
- Week 17: Crochet Tiered Top for Doll
- Week 18: How to Crochet a Doll Romper
And there are more doll garments and accessories to come! Make sure to follow me on social media or join my email list to be notified when more crocheted doll outfits, adorable accessories and easy crochet projects become available.
How Do You Crochet Doll Boots?
These crochet doll boots are worked from the bottom-up. That means that we start with the sole of the boots and work out way up to the top of the boot. At the top of the boot, we will create a button loop and sew a button on the boot so that it can be secured onto the doll.
The single crochet stitch is used to crochet these boots and I recommend only using the invisible decrease stitch when the right side of the fabric is facing you.
The sole is made to the same size, using the same gauge that we did in our crochet doll feet when we were making Advent Amy. If you haven’t been matching gauge in the pattern, make sure you’re using the same tension you have used when making your doll.
Where Can I Get a Printable Copy of this Pattern?
- You can purchase an inexpensive ad-free crochet PDF pattern with all three parts of the doll together in one convenient pdf file in my Ravelry and Etsy shop OR
- Buy the Amigurumi Advent Calendar CAL Bundle in my Ravelry or Etsy shops and get this pattern and all the CAL patterns in printable bundle files.
Important Note About The Supply List for this Project:
The supply list shown for this pattern shows the materials needed Weeks 19 – 27 of the Amigurumi Advent Calendar Crochet Along. Not all materials will be used this week but you will need them in order to complete the remaining patterns in the CAL.
Other Free Patterns You’ll Love
- Holly Jolly Festive Crochet Christmas Coasters
- Trevor Triceratops
- The Host with the Coast(ers) – Perfect gift for gifting to party hosts!
Feel free to sell the item created by this pattern but please provide pattern credit back to me when posting online, and please provide a link to my blog: https://www.theloopylamb.com. This pattern is for personal use only. Please do not resell, distribute, duplicate, or share this pattern in any printed or digital form, or claim this pattern as your own original design. Please do not use my photos when selling your finished items.
- U.S. Terminology
- 3.5 mm (E) Furls Crochet Hook (or whatever hook size needed to match gauge)
- Brava Worsted Weight Yarn (100% Premium Acrylic, Worsted Weight (4), 218yds/200m, 100g/3.5oz), 1 skein each of:
- Colour A: Cream (or preferred skin colour)
- Colour B: White
- Colour C: Brindle (or preferred hair colour)
- Colour D: Mulberry
- Colour E: Lady Slipper
- Colour F: Denim
- Colour G: Black
- Colour H: Cotton Candy
- Colour I: Dove Heather
- Colour J: Freesia
- Colour K: Seraphim
- Colour L: Rouge
- Colour M: Marina
- Colour N: Almond
- Colour O: Red
- 14 – 9 mm Buttons in preferred colour(s)
- Polyester Stuffing
- 1 – 3/8” Pom Pom Maker or a piece of cardboard
- Tapestry Needle / Yarn Needle
- Multiple Stitch Markers
- Sewing Thread and Needle
- BLO = Back Loop Only
- CH = Chain
- CH SP = Chain Space
- DC = Double Crochet
- DCINC = Double Crochet Increase
- FLO = Front Loop Only
- FO = Finish Off
- HDC = Half Double Crochet
- MC = Magic Circle / Magic Ring
- PSC = Picot Single Crochet
- RS = Right Side
- SC = Single Crochet
- SCDEC = Single Crochet Decrease
- SCINC = Single Crochet Increase
- SK = Skip
- SL ST = Slip Stitch
- SP(s) = Space(s)
- ST = Stitch
- WS = Wrong Side
Special Techniques and Stitches:
- Invisible Finish/Join: FO leaving a long tail. Thread the tail onto a tapestry needle. Place the tapestry needle through the top of the 2nd ST from front to back and pull through. Place tip of needle into top of the last ST of the round, under the back loop of the stitch, and pull through to the back of the work. Weave in the end. Learn how to do this with my invisible finish/join tutorial.
- Picot Single Crochet (PSC): Insert hook into indicated stitch, yarn over hook and pull through stitch. Yarn over and pull through one loop on the hook three times. Yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook. Learn how to do this with my Picot Single Crochet Tutorial.
- Clothing to fit Advent Amy Doll which is approximately 10.5” tall.
- Clothing: 4 sts across x 6 rows = 1” square.
- Gauge is important for ensuring that all of the parts of your doll fit appropriately. If you don’t plan to match gauge, ensure that you maintain a consistent tension throughout your project.
- Most of the pieces are worked back and forth in turned rows, unless noted. Read instructions for each piece carefully before starting to crochet.
- For pieces worked in continuous rounds, a stitch marker is used to mark the first ST of the round and is moved up in each consecutive round.
You can purchase an inexpensive ad-free PDF version of this pattern with all three parts of the doll together + 1 outfit in one convenient file in my Ravelry and Etsy shops
Buy the Amigurumi Advent Calendar CAL Bundle in my Ravelry or Etsy shops and get printable versions of all of the CAL patterns at once.
Easy Crochet Doll Boots Free Pattern Step-By-Step Video Tutorial:
Boots (Make Two)
(worked in continuous rounds and turned rows)
Round 1: Using Colour G, make a MC and SC 6 into the MC. (6)
Round 2: (SCINC) x 6 (12)
Round 3: (SC 1, SCINC) x 6 (18)
Round 4: SC 1, SCINC, (SC 2, SCINC) x 5, SC 1 (24)
Gauge Check: Piece should measure 1.5” across at widest point.
Round 5: In FLO, SC around. Join last ST to first ST with a SL ST from here on out referred to as “Join”). (24)
Rounds 6 – 7: CH 1 and turn. SC around. Join. (24)
Free Crochet Patterns to Try Next
Row 8: CH 1 and turn. SC 6, (SCDEC) x 6, SC 6. Do not join. We will continue to work in unjoined rows. (18)
Rows 9 – 16: CH 1 and turn. SC across. (18)
Row 17: CH 6 and turn. SK 6 CH, SC in each ST across. (18 sts & CH-6 loop for buttonhole)
FO and weave in ends. Use needle and sewing thread to secure a button across from the CH-6 loop from Row 17. Slip CH-6 loop over the button after boot is on the doll to secure it.
I hope that you enjoyed learning how to crochet doll boots with this easy crochet doll boots free pattern and video tutorial. I’d love to see your beautiful finished project! Share your project with me on social media by tagging me @theloopylamb or using #theloopylambCAL in your posts.
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4 thoughts on “Easy Crochet Doll Boots Free Pattern & Video Tutorial”
I would love to do a CAL of a boy doll! Boys like dolls too if they’re dolls that look like them.
hanks for sharing your feedback Angie! I’m currently working on trying to come up with enough items for a boy doll to fill an advent calendar so we can hopefully do that for next year 🙂
I would love to see a boy doll pattern series. It is very hard to find and I know little boys will play with boys.
Thank you for all the wonderful patterns.
Thanks for sharing your suggestion Catherine! I am currently working on developing ideas and designs for a new boy doll for next year’s CAL. I already have one available on the blog called My Pal Pascal (link below) but the new one will have a bigger wardobe for an advent calendar 🙂